- AEW All Out 2021 will take place on Sunday, September 5th, 2021
- The event will feature CM Punk’s return to the ring after seven years away
- Who do betting odds favor emerging victorious in each bout? Find out below
After making the most of an unfortunate situation for over a year, AEW will welcome its largest pay-per-view crowd since February 2020 when the promotion hosts its third-annual All Out event in Chicago on Sunday, September 5th. It boasts one of its most stacked cards to date, including the in-ring return of CM Punk after seven years away.
Mere days out from AEW All Out, let’s look at the latest betting odds and analyze who is expected to emerge victorious in each of the night’s biggest bouts.
AEW All Out 2021 Odds
|AEW Women’s World Championship||Odds|
|Dr. Britt Baker (c)||-350|
|The Final Fight||Odds|
|AEW World Tag Team Championship||Odds|
|The Young Bucks (c)||-230|
|The Lucha Brothers||+170|
|AEW World Championship||Odds|
|Kenny Omega (c)||-650|
Odds as of September 2nd
AEW Women’s World Championship
Truthfully, this match should feel a lot more important than it does. Kris Statlander has been undefeated in singles competition since returning from injury earlier this year, but the focus in this feud has almost entirely been on Britt Baker, who is undoubtedly one of the hottest stars in all of AEW at the moment.
This should be a quality contest considering how talented both women are, but the outcome isn’t in doubt whatsoever. It’s actually slightly surprising that Baker is favored at only -350 to Statlander’s +220, as there’s virtually no chance that The Galaxy’s Favorite Alien walks out with the gold in her grasp on this evening.
Jericho vs MJF
In what is being billed as “The Final Fight” between Chris Jericho and MJF after almost a year of being intertwined with each other, the stipulation states that Jericho must retire from the ring if he falls short against MJF. Jericho has already lost on multiple occasions, which is why Jericho is currently leading in the odds at +310.
MJF pulling out a fourth straight win would be ideal (if only to end Jericho’s in-ring career for the foreseeable future and put MJF over strong), yet not too likely. Expect Jericho to emerge from this feud with the win so both men can move on to something new.
AEW World Tag Team Championship
The Young Bucks have been the reigning and defending AEW World Tag Team champions since last November and have beaten practically everyone in AEW’s loaded tag team division. The Lucha Brothers earned their shot by knocking off Jurassic Express on last week’s edition of Rampage and have history with Young Bucks dating back to the 2019 installment of All Out when they defeated them in a Ladder match.
Some fans are pulling for Young Bucks to retain the titles so they can lose them to Santana and Ortiz on Dynamite in New York City later this month. Although that would be the best possible outcome, all signs point to Lucha Brothers taking the titles at All Out following their loss to The Elite on Wednesday’s Dynamite.
Young Bucks have the edge in the odds at -230, but Lucha Brothers scoring the massive upset would be the better bet here.
Punk vs Allin
CM Punk’s long-awaited return to a wrestling ring is finally going down this Sunday at All Out in none other than his hometown of Chicago. He has a worthy opponent for the occasion in Darby Allin and the two are bound to steal the show whether they’re positioned as the main event or not.
The multi-time WWE world champion has gone on record on countless occasions singing the praises of Allin and other young, promising up-and-comers on the AEW roster and has expressed interest in wanting to put them all over. That has led fans to believe there could be a chance Allin somehow comes out on top in their upcoming clash, but Punk winning his first bout back in seven years makes much more sense, hence why he’s as heavily favored as he is.
AEW World Championship
It always seemed like Adam Page besting Kenny Omega for the AEW World Championship was the ultimate goal for All Out until plans changed along the way. Christian Cage was slotted in that spot instead and has remained unbeaten in one-on-one action, including dethroning Omega for the Impact World Championship on the premiere episode of Rampage.
Of course, that was done by design to convince viewers that Cage has a chance of ending Omega’s lengthy run as AEW World champion when, in reality, he will not. Page is still the perfect person for the job and Cage is just another name for Omega to put down for the three count until then.
Omega being favored heavier than anyone else in All Out’s top matches should come as no surprise, but Bryan Danielson (f.k.a. WWE’s Daniel Bryan) would in fact be an excellent surprise to end the evening with.