AEW makes their return to pay-per-view for AEW All Out 2021 this Sunday. BetOnline currently has betting odds for eight matches on the card.

The show features a lot of chalk with mostly heavy favorites on the card. Britt Baker, Moxley, Miro, CM Punk, Kenny Omega and Paul Wight are all -500 or higher for this one. The World Tag Team title match is the only one with close to even odds.

Of course, AEW has seen upsets in their history. Last year’s All Out featured the team of Matt Cardona, Scorpio Sky, QT Marshall & Dustin Rhodes getting a +300 win over the Dark Order in a major upset.

No odds on the Casino Battle Royale at this time, but if they come out ahead of time my advice is simple: bet the Wild Card. No odds on the Buy-In match right now either, but the babyfaces on a pre-show is usually a lock.

AEW All Out 2021 Betting Odds

Odds at are in American betting format. For those who don’t know what that means, a -300 favorite would mean that you would need to bet $300 to win $100 or that if you bet $100 then you could win $33.33. A +200 underdog means that a $100 bet could win $200.

CM Punk (-600) vs. Darby Allin (+350)

The most anticipated match of the night has to be CM Punk’s long-awaited return to the ring against Darby Allin. Punk is going to drive a lot of eyeballs to this show and, if the last couple of episodes of television are any indicator, the crowd is going to be 100% behind him.

There is a good argument to be made for Punk winning this one, but it’s not one worth making. Maybe in another city or another company, but this night belongs to CM Punk and there’s no reason to mess with what they have going with him right now by going against the grain.

Pick: Skip it.

AEW World Tag Team Championship
Lucha Brothers (-130) vs. Young Bucks (-110)

When these odds were first posted earlier this week the Young Bucks were -225 and the Lucha Brothers were +165. Those odds have shifted quite a bit and it is now much closer to a pick ’em.

The line movement most likely means that the money is coming in on the Lucha Brothers and that 100% feels like the right bet. This Young Bucks title reign has seen them beat most of the teams in AEW through outside interference so the cage match stipulation should take that away, allowing them to lose them fair and square. If they win, what was even the point?

Fenix and Pentagon are the best bet of the night.

Pick: Lucha Brothers -130

Chris Jericho (-350) vs. MJF (+225)

This one feels like more of a toss-up than the betting odds have it as. It doesn’t seem like Jericho is quite ready to retire, but at the same time he is 50 years old and his time at the top of the card is likely finished.

MJF is undoubtedly a future top star of this company, but he’s yet to hold a title. Is there any better title than being the guy that ended Jericho’s career?

I’m not 100% convinced they’ll go that way, but it might be worth a small bet at this price on the chance that it happens.

Pick: MJF +225

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AEW Women’s World Championship
Dr. Britt Baker (-600) vs. Kris Statlander (+350)

Britt Baker is a huge favorite here as she should be. She’s one of the hottest stars in AEW at the moment and there is a lot left in the tank for her title reign.

Pick: Britt Baker, but not at this price.

AEW World Championship
Kenny Omega (-700) vs. Christian Cage (+400)

Really not much to see here. Christian already got his big win against Kenny Omega, he’s not going to beat him twice.

Pick: Skip it.

Jon Moxley (-600) vs. Satoshi Kojima (+350)
Miro (-500) vs. Eddie Kingston (+300)
Paul Wight (-600) vs. QT Marshall (+350)

I’m just going to lump these three together as they all have long odds and it’s hard to see an upset in any of them. Good matches? Sure. Upsets? Not likely,

If I had to pick an upset I would probably go with QT over Paul Wight. They had that WWE-esque distraction finish in QT’s last match on Dynamite with the Gunn Club. Now, the Gunn Club has turned on Wight. There’s something going on there and Wight is pretty bulletproof at his level. Why not throw a shock moment on this card without many?

Pick: QT Marshall +350, maybe.

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