All Elite Wrestling presents All Out this Saturday night! Nine big matches are currently scheduled, and there are ways to gamble on the outcomes because it’s 2020 and we need to bet on something. Why not bet on Jon Moxley or MJF? Or, hell, why not bet on a dentist having a match in a dentist office?
The lines come to us from BetOnline via betwwe.com. Reminder: these gambling picks are for entertainment purposes only.
Big Swole (-177) vs. Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. (+125)
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) September 4, 2020
This feud’s been going ever since Dr. Baker injured her knee, and now they’re facing off on the Buy-In. What’s a Tooth and Nail Match? Reportedly, it’s a cinematic style match that will take place at Dr. Baker’s dentist office. That has to give the advantage to Britt Baker, right? Big Swole has never been to her office, and I know whenever I go to a new dentist’s office I’m a little concerned about it. Plus you have to worry about Rebel, Penelope Ford and whoever else the Good Doctor might have on her side. As far as I know, Big Swole just has Lil’ Swole, and she hasn’t been signed yet.
The Young Bucks (-455) vs. Jurassic Express (+280)
— Young Bucks® (@youngbucks) September 3, 2020
These two teams won a 8-man match on Dynamite where the winning team would face off at All Out. Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus could certainly use a big win here on PPV, but the Young Bucks are fixing to become the top contenders for the next tag team champions. Also, they’re in a pretty bad mood these days. Should be a good solid match, and expect to see a darker side of Nick & Matt than you’re used to seeing.
Dark Order (-400) vs Cardona, Sky, Natural Nightmares (+250)
I promise you that all 8 of us will be treating this like the main event…we all have something to prove. https://t.co/R72ae2Fgqe
— Matt Cardona (@TheMattCardona) September 3, 2020
There was a time where the Dark Order was easily the worst thing going in AEW. Those days have passed now that the Exalted One, Mr. Brodie Lee, has gotten his men in gear. I also think Evil Uno putting a shirt on has helped the group immensely. Lee, Uno, Stu Grayson & “totally not a member” Colt Cabana will take on the Friends of Cody here, and one has to like the Dark Order’s chances. They have more people waiting in the wings, including the Queen Slayer Anna Jay to take care of Brandi Rhodes should Cody’s wife try to intervene.
Although…wouldn’t this be a fine time to establish the next challenger for the TNT Championship? I sure think so! Either Matt Cardona or Scorpio Sky would make sense in that role. I say go with the Friends of Cody getting a little revenge over somebody that isn’t Brodie Lee. Could get some good money there.
Casino Battle Royale
Darby Allin: +125
Lance Archer: +175
Brian Cage: +400
Eddie Kingston: +400
Jake Hager: +650
Pentagon Jr: +1000
Ricky Starks: +1000
Rey Fenix: +1500
Shawn Spears: +3300
Austin Gunn: +4000
Billy Gunn: +4000
Chuck Taylor: +4000
The Blade: +4000
The Butcher: +4000
We’ve got seventeen men announced for a twenty-one man match, so there’s a pretty fair chance that the winner isn’t even listed here. That’d bust some brackets. Darby’s listed as the favorite but I’d think it’d be pretty easy to toss him out of there. Out of every serious contender, Lance Archer is the one that hasn’t challenged for the AEW Championship yet. I’m going to go with him and say that EVERYBODY DIES.
Matt Hardy (-400) vs. Sammy Guevara (+250)
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) September 3, 2020
If Matt Hardy loses, he has to leave AEW. Unless this is leading to a new Hardy character that will deny any connection with the vessel hosting it, I don’t see Sammy getting the win in this Broken Rules Match. There’s a slight chance, and it might not hurt to throw a few bucks on it, but it seems like Matt’s match.
Orange Cassidy (-139) vs. Chris Jericho (+100)
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) September 3, 2020
Jericho was originally the favorite in this one, but the money’s come in on Cassidy over the last couple of days. You can win a Mimosa Mayhem match via pinfall, submission or by tossing your opponent into a vat of mimosa. I feel like Orange Cassidy is the smart pick here because Jericho’s idea of a good time these days probably involves swimming in a vat of mimosa. The first match between these two was really good, the second wasn’t mostly due to Jericho, so hopefully he brings his A game for the rubber match.
Hikaru Shida (-625) vs Thunder Rosa (+350)
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) August 28, 2020
Thunder Rosa’s showing against Serena Deeb impressed enough people to move this line a little bit closer. That being said, Shida is still an overwhelming favorite to defend her AEW Women’s Championship against the NWA Women’s Champion. Call me crazy, but this could be a good spot to make some money. I see no problem with Thunder Rosa holding the AEW & NWA Women’s Championships for a minute, especially since I see no immediate challengers for Shida on the horizon. Give her the belt for a little while & shake things up in the women’s division. Why not?
FTR (-500) vs Page/Omega (+300)
one day i am going to buy a new lawnmower
— HANGMAN PAGE (@theAdamPage) August 10, 2020
There have been many twists & turns in the saga of Kenny Omega & Hangman Adam Page. They’ve had problems getting along but have proven to have great chemistry in the ring. They’ve held the tag team titles for most of 2020 while other tag teams have scrapped for positions in the rankings. FTR didn’t have to do much of that, they came right in and won their way to the top. Now with Tully Blanchard by their side, they seem like a sure bet to be the next AEW Tag Team Champions. Will it happen at All Out?
I think so. FTR has played all the right notes since entering the company, including creating more dissension between Page & the Elite. They revealed their scheme on the last Dynamite, which didn’t seem like a terribly smart idea, but will that hurt them? Probably not. Page is struggling to figure things out while Omega seems to be reverting to his more villainous persona from his Bullet Club days. It’ll be interesting to see where they go from here.
Jon Moxley (-250) vs MJF (+175)
It’s going to be a wrestling clinic.
I’ll be the instructor. https://t.co/UXsE0VeL8E
— Maxwell Jacob Friedman™️ (@The_MJF) September 3, 2020
MJF’s show-closing bloodying of Moxley on this Wednesday’s Dynamite only served to make him more of an underdog in this match. We all know the old saying: “Stand tall on the go home show, lose on the PPV.” I don’t think Jon Moxley losing this match is very likely, as his title run seems to have more legs in it and MJF isn’t quite ready to be champion yet. I have no doubt he’ll get there, but right now doesn’t quite seem like his time. MJF’s election hopes will be dashed by Dictator Jon. It happens.