AEW All Out 2022 Betting Odds & Analysis (9/4/22)

AEW All Out 2022 Betting Odds

All Elite Wrestling’s annual pay-per-view, All Out, is upon us and the card is stuffed to the gills with big matches. Trios matches, tag team matches, grudge matches, and championship matches all await those who’ve purchased the event, especially those who’ve placed bets on any such matches. With that said, let’s take a look at who they think the odds on favorites are for the night with the following AEW All Out 2022 betting odds.

AEW All Out 2022 Betting Odds

Jade Cargill vs. Athena

Unsurprisingly, Jade Cargill is the odds-on favorite to retain her TBS Championship against Athena, with 1/10 odds backing her up.

Bryan Danielson vs. Chris Jericho

“The Lionheart” Chris Jericho is going in as the underdog with 5/2 odds going against him. This obviously makes “The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson the favorite to win, with 1/4 odds in his favor.

Christian Cage vs. Jungle Boy

Unfortunately for Jungle Boy, the cagey (no pun intended) veteran Christian Cage is the likely victor according to the odds, with 2/3 odds.

Ricky Starks vs. Will Hobbs

Despite the size difference and Powerhouse Hobbs’ destructive nature since the two broke up as a tag team, Ricky Starks is the odds-on favorite to win this grudge match between these friends-turned-bitter-enemies, with 5/12 odds of him beating the big man.

Singles Match Winner

Eddie Kingston -200
Tomohiro Ishii +150

FTR and Wardlow vs. Jay Lethal and Motor City Machine Guns

The former stable known as The Pinnacle is expected to come away with the win against the team of IMPACT alumni, with 2/13 odds behind them.

House of Black vs. Darby Allin, Sting, and Miro

Unfortunately for the House of Black, it seems the team of Darby Allin, Sting, and Miro are more likely to win this trios match, as their 5/11 All Out betting odds indicate.

Swerve in Our Glory vs. The Acclaimed

Everyone may love The Acclaimed, but not everyone believes they are capable of taking the tag team titles in this match, as Swerve in Our Glory is favored to retain the tag team gold at 2/9 odds.

Casino Ladder Match Winner

The Joker +150 (3/2)
Claudio Castagnoli +325 (13/4)
Rey Fenix +350 (7/2)
Andrade El Idolo +400 (4/1)
Wheeler Yuta +400 (4/1)
Rush +600 (6/1)
Penta El Zero M +1000 (10/1)
Dante Martin +1400 (14/10

Despite being an intangible at this point, whoever the Joker of the match is will be the odds-on favorite to win the ladder match, much like Hangman Page did as the Joker a year ago, which led to him dethroning Kenny Omega as AEW World Champion. The unknown competitor is favored at 3/2 odds.

PAC vs. Kip Sabian

Even though he’s been waiting almost a year for this opportunity, Kip Sabian is unfortunately the underdog against “The Bastard” PAC, who is the 1/6 favorite to retain his All-Atlantic Championship.

HOOK vs. Angelo Parker

This may shock you, but yes, Angelo Parker is far from the favorite to win this match. That would be HOOK, who is favored at a staggering 1/15 odds. Perhaps there should be bets on how long after 2 minutes the match will go instead, in fairness to Parker of course.

Toni Storm vs. Britt Baker vs. Hikaru Shida vs. Jamie Hayter

Surprisingly, Britt Baker is only in third place as likeliest to win the AEW Women’s World Championship according to the odds. The most favorable is Thunder Rosa’s original opponent for the PPV, Toni Storm, at 5/9 odds, with Jamie Hayter behind her at 3/1.

CM Punk vs. Jon Moxley

CM Punk is the favorite to win the AEW World Championship in his hometown, but not by a whole lot, at only a 5/7, while Jon Moxley stands at an even 1/1, a very interesting stat for what is easily the most anticipated match on the show.

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