Apart from the headlining attraction, the main event of the evening saw Kenny Omega defend his AEW World Championship against fellow Canadian Christian Cage. Omega won as a heavy -800 betting favorite and likely extended his feud with Christian with the win.
Among the nine matches on the card, the favorite cashed in every match besides the Women’s Casino Battle Royale.
There were rumors swirling of numerous imminent AEW debuts, some of which would happen on Sunday night. The rumors would turn out to be true, as the event was filled with many high-profile debuts including both former NXT Champion Adam Cole, and former WWE Champion Bryan Danielson (fka Daniel Bryan).
Who was the Biggest Favorite at AEW All Out?
AEW Women’s Champion Britt Baker was a -1200 betting favorite over Kris Statlander, cashing as the biggest favorite on the AEW pay-per-view card.
AEW Women’s Casino Battle Royale Results
Originally to be a part of the ‘AEW Buy-In’ pre-show, the Women’s Casino Battle Royal was added to the main card of the pay-per-view after the Andrade El Idolo vs. Pac match was removed from the event. Thunder Rosa came in as the -150 betting favorite among the 21-women field. Ruby Soho was the joker card final entrant and picked up the win by eliminating the favorite Thunder Rosa.
|Field (Mystery Entry)||275|
AEW All Out Results and Betting Odds
|Sunday, September 5th||AEW All Out Odds|
|Singles Match||Jon Moxley (-700) def. Satoshi Kojima (+400)|
|Singles Match||Paul Wight (-600) def. QT Marshall (+350)|
(Jericho will retire if he loses)
|Chris Jericho (-250) def. MJF (+175)|
|AEW TNT Title Match||Miro (-800) def. Eddie Kingston (+450)|
|Steel Cage Match for|
AEW World Tag Team Titles
|The Lucha Brothers (-160) def. The Young Bucks (+120)|
|AEW Women’s World Title Match||Dr. Britt Baker (-1200) def. Kris Statlander (+600)|
|Co-Main Event||CM Punk (-700) def. Darby Allin (+400)|
|AEW World Title Match||Kenny Omega (-800) def. Christian Cage (+450)|
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