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AEW All Out 2020 Odds, Preview and Predictions


by Graham "GSM" Matthews in Entertainment

Sep 3, 2020 · 2:06 PM PDT

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Jon Moxley attends New York Comic Con to promote TNT's "All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite" at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019, in New York. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)
  • AEW All Out 2020 will take place on Saturday, September 5th
  • The event will be headlined by Jon Moxley vs MJF for the AEW World Championship
  • Who do betting odds favor emerging victorious in each bout? Find out below

AEW has produced a string of strong shows since their last outing on pay-per-view, Double or Nothing, in May. On Saturday night, all of their storylines are going to culminate with a stacked card featuring three championships up for grabs and a slew of stipulation matches.

The main event will see Jon Moxley defend his AEW World Championship against MJF, while the NWA’s Thunder Rosa will challenge Hikau Shida for the AEW Women’s Championship. In other action, Chris Jericho and Orange Cassidy will meet in the first-ever Mimosa Mayhem match.

As of this writing, betting odds are only available for those three matches at All Out, though the rest of the lineup should prove to be equally exciting. Below you’ll find who is expected to emerge victorious in each bout.

AEW All Out 2020 Odds

Mimosa Mayhem Match Odds
Chris Jericho -120
Orange Cassidy -250
AEW Women’s Championship Odds
Hikaru Shida (c) -500
Thunder Rosa +300
AEW World Championship Odds
Jon Moxley (c) -150
MJF +110

Odds taken September 3rd

Jericho vs Cassidy (Mimosa Mayhem Match)

Chris Jericho and Orange Cassidy have been at odds for months and this Mimosa Mayhem match at All Out will see them settle their score once and for all. The stipulation states that the bout can only be won by pinfall, submission, or the opponent getting thrown into the pool of mimosa.

It’s sure to be a spectacle given the wrestlers involved, but what’s interesting is that they’re currently tied in the odds at -120 respectively. They both own one win over each other, but of the two, Jericho is the better bet and should be considered the favorite here.

Cassidy can look strong in defeat, but at the end of the day, he’s still a comedy character trying to find his footing and has no business beating Jericho on back-to-back occasions, no matter how popular he may be.

Shida vs Rosa (AEW Women’s Championship)

Hikaru Shida has been the best AEW’s women’s division has had to offer for some time now. At Double or Nothing, she had her crowning moment when she became the new AEW Women’s champion.

She’s beaten everyone who has stepped up to challenge her up to this point, but Thunder Rosa will prove to be her biggest challenge to date. The NWA Women’s World champion is among the top women’s wrestlers in the world and has come to AEW to cement her status as the greatest by facing Shida.

This is one of the more predictable matches on the card in that Rosa apparently isn’t signed to AEW and therefore has virtually no chance of taking the title. That’s why Shida is so heavily favored at -500 to Rosa’s +300, so Shida is clearly the safest bet here.

Despite that, look for this to steal the show on Saturday night.

Moxley vs MJF (AEW World Championship)

Jon Moxley and MJF have gone undefeated in singles competition since the start of AEW, but it wasn’t until recently that they finally crossed paths. MJF’s momentum is at an all-time high with the wins he’s racked up this year, but that doesn’t necessarily mean he’s primed to leave All Out as the new AEW World champion.

In fact, Moxley is currently listed as the favorite heading into their encounter. Although it could go either way, Moxley is the smarter choice to come out on top simply because there is more for him to do with the title before he eventually loses it.

It’s tough to tell what the future would hold for MJF if he doesn’t reign supreme on Saturday (aside from a potential program with his bodyguard Wardlow but that would be premature),  but at the age of 24, plenty of time remains for him to reach the mountaintop of the company.

Moxley, meanwhile, should reign as champ for a little while longer. Ultimately, it would make the most sense for him to hold onto the gold until Kenny Omega turns heel and he can drop it to him at November’s Full Gear pay-per-view, which will mark one year since their original one-on-one outing.

Regardless of what the endgame for his title run is, the money is on Moxley in this highly anticipated main event.

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