All Out Betting Odds Tip CM Punk for Debut Success

AEW All Out 2021

Later today All Elite Wrestling will hold All Out 2021, one of the most anticipated events in company history.  As we tend to do, we have taken a look at the All Out betting odds to see what the current odds predict will go down on the show.  Let’s not waste any time and get right into the betting odds analysis for All Out.

All odds are courtesy of BetOnline

All Out 2021 Betting Odds

Casino Battle Royale

A number one contender for Britt Baker will be crowned in this match.  Currently, Thunder Rosa leads the way at -150.  She leads with the Joker entrant in a slightly distant second place and Big Swole in third.  Rosa leading the way is a surprise as it may be too soon to have a rematch between Rosa and Baker.

Chris Jericho vs MJF

Chris Jericho’s career is on the line in this one as he looks to get his first singles win over MJF.  BetOnline has Jericho as the favorite to win and continue his long and acclaimed career at -250.

CM Punk vs Darby Allin

CM Punk makes his return to a pro wrestling ring when he takes on Darby Allin at All Out.  This match was made official on the night CM Punk made his AEW debut and has been the favorite to win ever since.  At -700 CM Punk is the heavy favorite in the All Out betting odds to walk out as the winner.

AEW Women’s World Championship – Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D vs Kris Statlander

Baker is a massive favorite to win with the odds currently sitting at -1200 that she will win.  Statlander never felt like a threat to Baker’s reign and the current betting odds back that up.

Jon Moxley vs Satoshi Kojima

Jon Moxley will take on NJPW veteran Satoshi Kojima in this cross-promotional match-up.  Moxley is generally placed above Kojima in NJPW as he has been a champion in the promotion recently.  The betting odds follow this line of thinking as Moxley is -700 favorite to defeat the NJPW legend.

Paul Wight vs QT Marshall

The former Big Show makes his return to the ring for the first time in roughly a year as he takes on QT Marshall of The Factory.  Paul Wight winning seems like the most obvious move here as Marshall is firmly a midcard heel and the betting odds have him at -600 to win this one.

TNT Championship – Miro (c) vs Eddie Kingston

“God’s Favorite Champion” Miro intends to redeem Eddie Kingston in his latest title defense.  This match came together on a few weeks notice and doesn’t feel like the right time for Miro to lose the title.  At -800 odds BetOnline has Miro as the favorite to retain.

AEW World Tag Team Championship – Young Bucks (c) vs Lucha Bros.

The Young Bucks defend against long-time rivals Lucha Bros in a steel cage match with the AEW tag team titles on the line.  This match could really go either way and the current betting odds follow that line of thinking.  the Lucha Brothers are slight favorites at -135 but the Young Bucks trail slightly behind at -105.

AEW World Championship – Kenny Omega (c) vs Christian Cage

These two men wrestled weeks ago on the debut of Rampage for the IMPACT World Championship and it was Christian Cage who emerged victorious, handing Kenny Omega a rare defeat in AEW.  Cage was never likely to win both matches and the All Out betting odds agree as they have Omega -800 to win currently.

Aside from the AEW World Tag Team Championship match the current AEW All Out betting odds analysis hints at a show with very little major news or title switches.  A lot of the projected winners are those who make the most sense from a booking standpoint which is always a bonus.

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