All Elite Wrestling are back on pay-per-view tonight for All Out. This is the third AEW pay-per-view of 2020 with Revolution and Double or Nothing held earlier this year.
Today we will take a look at the odds for all the matches on the card – 10 in total – but remember that odds might change by the time the show goes on the air. If you’re interested in participating, you can check out the bet365 refer a friend offer available as well.
In the main event, Jon Moxley will be defending the AEW World title against MJF, the self-proclaimed future of AEW. Moxley is favorite to win this match with odds of 4/11 but his win cannot include the use of the Paradigm Shift finishing move as it’s banned from the match. His challenger is 2/1 to win and walk out of Daily’s Place with the title.
The AEW Women’s champion Hikaru Shida will have an opponent from a different promotion as NWA Women’s champion Thunder Rosa will try to be a double champion by the time her match is over. But Shida is the favorite with 1/4 odds while Rosa is 11/4 for the win.
Adam Page’s and Kenny Omega’s title reign with the AEW World Tag Team titles is looking to be coming to an end as their challengers, FTR, are the heavy favorites for this match. With rumors of either Page or Omega turning on each other, FTR are 1/5 favorites to win the titles while Page and Omega are 100/30 to retain.
The Mimosa Mayhem match will see Chris Jericho taking on Orange Cassidy for the third time. Each of them have a victory but this rubber match will probably settle the feud. While Jericho had the upper hand in the odds yesterday, the two are now both at 5/6 with no clear winner. To win this match, you must go for a pinfall, submission, or throw your opponent into a tank of mimosa.
An eight-man tag team match will pit four members of The Dark Order taking on the team of Matt Cardona, Scorpio Sky, and The Natural Nightmares. The Dark Order, headed up by TNT champion Brodie Lee, are 1/6 favorites to win this while their opponents are 7/2.
Matt Hardy’s career is on the line tonight as well in a Broken Rules match against Sammy Guevara. Guevara has gotten the best of Hardy lately but the experienced former tag team champion is favorite at 4/9 for some payback while the Spanish God is 13/8 to delete Hardy from AEW.
The Young Bucks will be wrestling Jurassic Express at All Out and the popular Bucks are 1/6 favorites to win and possibly enter in a feud with FTR while Jurassic Express are 7/2 for the upset.
Britt Baker is back in action after several months on the sidelines due to an injury and she will be taking on Big Swole in a Tooth and Nail cinematic match. This match was originally scheduled to be part of the Buy-In show but then moved to the main card. Baker is favorite at 1/2 while Swole is 6/4 to win.
The 21-man Casino Battle Royale will determine the new number one contender for the AEW World title. Not all participants have been announced yet but Lance Archer is leading the pack as the favorite with odds of 11/8. Darby Allin and Eddie Kingston are 3/1 to win while Pentagon Jr and Brian Cage wrap up the top five list with odds of 5/1 and 10/1 respectively.
And finally, in the Buy-In match, Private Party are 2/13 favorites against Alex Reynolds and John Silver of The Dark Order who are at 7/2.