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AEW All Out 2022 Odds, Preview and Picks

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by Graham "GSM" Matthews in Entertainment

Updated Aug 31, 2022 · 1:59 PM PDT

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Pro wrestler Jon Moxley in July 2021. Photo by PJ McDonnell (Flickr) [CC License].
  • AEW All Out 2022 will air live from Chicago on Sunday, September 4th, 2022
  • The AEW World Championship is expected to be defended in a rematch between CM Punk and Jon Moxley
  • Who do betting odds favor emerging victorious in each bout? Find out below

Never before has All Elite Wrestling had a build to a pay-per-view as chaotic as All Out coming up this Sunday, September 4th live from Chicago. However, all of the uncertainty has translated into an excellent card from top to bottom, which is expected to be headlined by Jon Moxley and CM Punk in a rematch for the AEW World Championship.

Mere days out from AEW All Out, let’s take a look at the favorites that are expected to emerge victorious in the night’s biggest bouts, according to our own betting odds and analysis.

AEW All Out 2022 Odds

AEW Interim Women’s World Championship Odds
Toni Storm -250
Jamie Hayter 400
Britt Baker 600
Hikaru Shida 2000
Singles Match Odds
Christian Cage -150
Jungle Boy 100
AEW World Trios Championship Odds
The Elite -900
The Dark Order 600
Singles Match Odds
Bryan Danielson -400
Chris Jericho 300
AEW World Championship Odds
Jon Moxley (c) -100
CM Punk -100

Odds as of Aug. 31.


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AEW Interim Women’s World Championship Best Bet

Thunder Rosa having to step down as champ for the time being was a major disappointment after the strong reign she’s had, but her absence provides Toni Storm, Britt Baker, Jamie Hayter and Hikaru Shida with the ultimate opportunity to fill the void and take the interim title.

Shida and Baker are both former champions and neither should be considered for the spot, leaving Storm and Hayter as the likeliest candidates to come out on top. Of the two, Storm is much more of a slam dunk pick, hence why she’s currently trailing in the odds at -250.

All signs pointed to her taking the title from Rosa before the change and therefore she remains the best bet.

Jungle Boy vs Christian Cage Pick

Jungle Boy and Christian Cage have been at odds for the entirety of the summer and have had one of the most engaging stories in the entire company heading into All Out. Jungle Boy is on the verge of becoming a breakout singles star but will need a win over Cage on pay-per-view in order to achieve that status.

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Although Jungle Boy securing the victory would make for a feel-good moment, the rivalry can still be extended. This one can easily go either way, but Cage finding a way to win would ensure that Jungle Boy remains in chase mode looking for retribution for a little longer.

AEW World Trios Championship Prediction

Once Rampage concludes on Friday night, the finals of the AEW World Trios Championship will be set: The Elite vs. The Dark Order. These are the teams that make the most sense to collide given their history and especially because of the Adam Page connection.

As entertaining as Dark Order can be, Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks are undoubtedly the top trio on the roster and should be crowned the inaugural Trios champs. Expect The Elite to be the heavy favorites in this high-stakes encounter.

Danielson vs Jericho Pick

For the first time ever in AEW, Bryan Danielson and Chris Jericho will go one-on-one in AEW, but the story is more about who Daniel Garcia will choose to align with. He and Jericho haven’t been on the same page as of late, but it remains to be seen if AEW will go through with the split.

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Either way, Jericho has no business winning this bout, especially after already besting Danielson in a multi-man tag team match at Double or Nothing. Even with Danielson favored at -300, Garcia will ultimately end up with Jericho Appreciation Society because of how heavily him breaking away has been teased.

AEW World Championship Best Bet

Jon Moxley defeated CM Punk in clean fashion within a matter of minutes last Wednesday on Dynamite, leaving the entire wrestling world shocked and confused. Despite Punk’s previously-injured foot factoring into the finish, he has been adamant about getting a rematch for the title at All Out in his native Chicago.

No one knows for sure where AEW is headed with this story, and as a result, it’s impossible to predict. Although either outcome is plausible, Punk regaining the gold and turning heel in the process would be the biggest way for AEW to go off the air, thus giving Punk the slight edge in this incredibly close contest.

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