It’s pay-per-view Sunday again and it’s AEW doing the honors today with All Out live from Hoffman Estates in the suburbs of Chicago. Below we present you the latest odds for the show for the full card. Keep in mind that odds will probably change as the show gets closer to bell time.
The AEW champion will battle the Impact champion in one of the main events but only the AEW title is up for grabs. Kenny Omega is at comfortable 1/20 odds winning this match with Christian Cage at 7/1 to do the double on Omega.
The most anticipated match of the night is certainly Punk vs Allin. For the first time in seven years, CM Punk will lace up his wrestling boots for some clobberin’ time and as expected, Punk is 1/10 heavy favorite to win this match with Darby at 5/1 for the big upset.
In the AEW Women’s title match, Britt Baker has Brock Lesnar-like odds in her favor, with the DMD at a whooping 1/50 odds of winning the match while Kris Statlander is practically not even in the game with her 9/1 odds.
In what could be the match of the night, The Young Bucks defend their AEW World Tag Team titles against The Lucha Brothers. The Bucks are slightly favorites to walk out with the titles with their odds at 3/4 while Penta and Fenix are 19/20.
The fourth match between Jericho vs MJF has unchanged odds from last night, with Jericho – who puts his AEW career on the line – still favorite with 13/25 odds while MJF is 13/10 to permanently put Jericho behind the commentary desk and go 4-0 in his record with Le Champion.
The brand new GCW champion Jon Moxley faces Satoshi Kojima, perhaps not the preferred opponent for this show. Mox is currently 1/20 and super favorite to come out victorious while Kojima is 7/1.
Paul Wight will wrestle his first match since June 2020 tonight and his first one for a different promotion other than WWE since 1999. Wight faces QT Marshall and the man formerly known as The Big show is 1/5 favorite while QT is 3/1.
The TNT title match wasn’t heavily promoted on AEW shows leading up to today’s show but is one match that should not disappoint. The reigning champion, Miro, is 1/9 fav to retain the title and his challenger Eddie Kingston is 17/4 to win.
The Joker, referred to as the 21st entrant in the Casino Battle Royale, is currently the favorite to win the match and earn a shot at the AEW Women’s title. The odds for #21 are at 4/6 while Thunder Rosa, Jade Cargill, Hikaru Shida, and Anna Jay round up the top five with 9/4, 5/1, 7/1, and 10/1 odds respectively.
The Buy-In match will have Best Friends and Jurassic Express vs Hardy Family Office and The Hybrid 2 in a 10-man tag team match. The faces have 1/8 odds and favorites to win while the heels are at 4/1.