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AEW All In Betting Preview: Over 80,000 Will Be In Attendance At Wembley Stadium

MJF and Adam Cole featured on a 2023 AEW All In Promo

All-Elite Wrestling (AEW) is a promotion that began operation in 2019 with the goal of establishing a legitimate alternative to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).

This Sunday, AEW All In will take place in London, England’s historic Wembley Stadium, in front of the largest paid crowd to ever attend a professional wrestling event.

As of August 18th, ticket sales were approaching 81,000 and will continue to climb through Sunday. This total surpasses WrestleMania III in the Pontiac Silverdome, where the main event featured Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant.

In addition, AEW All In has sold over 90,000 advance pay-per-view buys as of yesterday. While that is nowhere near the 140,000 PPV numbers that 2023’s Double or Nothing sold, most purchases typically occur in the 48 hours leading up to the event.

At $49.99 per, that’s roughly $4.5 million in advance gross revenue with 72 hours remaining until showtime.

A majority of these sales occurred prior to the announcement of any matches. Now that a few bouts have been unveiled, so have the odds at pro wrestling betting sites.

AEW All In Betting Odds

ROH World Tag Team Championship Match Winner

Aussie Open (c) -240
MJF & Adam Cole +170

AEW CEO Tony Khan decided to double-book the main eventers, Adam Cole and MJF, for a tag team match in the pre-show. They are not favored to win the Ring of Honor Tag Team Titles, but it could be an intriguing storyline element that keeps the plot going following their All In main event match.

6-Man Tag Team Match Winner

The Golden Elite -300
Bullet Club Gold & Konosuke Takeshita +200

The team of Kenny Omega, “Hangman” Adam Page, and Kota Ibushi (The Golden Elite) will face a trio made up of the Bullet Club (“Switchblade” Jay White and “Rock Hard” Juice Robinson) and Konosuke Takeshita.

Entertainment prop bets are forecasting a win for the Elite in Wembley, with 2-to-1 payouts offered for a Bullet Club win.

AEW Women’s World Championship Match Winner

Hikaru Shida (c) +100
Saraya +125
Britt Baker +400
Toni Storm +550

Champion Hikaru Shida is drawing even money in the above All In betting line, but check out Saraya’s odds to win. This is Saraya’s first pro wrestling match in her home country since departing WWE (where she wrestled as Paige), and the odds imply that she could sneak away with the win.

Jericho vs. Ospreay

Will Ospreay -1000
Chris Jericho +500

Because the card was haphazardly thrown together over the past few episodes of Dynamite and Collision, some stars were left scrambling for a match. That appears to be the case here, as Jericho needed an opponent as he was not going to miss performing in front of a record crowd in London.

Ospreay is heavily favored to win, and it would be a shame if he doesn’t get his hand raised on Sunday afternoon.

Darby Allin & Sting vs. Swerve Strickland & AR Fox

Darby Allin & Sting -1000
Swerve Strickland & AR Fox +500

This could be Sting’s last big show before his ultimate retirement, which at 64 years of age, should be coming soon. Still, Sting has been booked as indestructible in AEW, and that matches his near-certain odds to win alongside his young protege, Darby Allin.

“Real World Championship” Match Winner

CM Punk (c) -1000
Samoa Joe +500

This is another case of the big event needing a match rather than the big match needing an event. Punk recently beat Joe in a revenge match, notching his first victory in the three-match series.

The AEW odds imply that the series will be tied at 2-2 after their All In match concludes, as it will take $10 just to make a dollar betting on CM Punk to win.

AEW World Tag Team Championship Match Winner

FTR (c) -200
Young Bucks +150

FTR and the Young Bucks are in the midst of a battle to determine who the best tag team of this generation is, and it is tied at one win a piece. The score will be settled on Sunday, and FTR are 2-to-1 favorites to retain the titles.

Cash Wheeler, one-half of FTR, was arrested in Florida on August 18th for an alleged road rage incident that happened on July 27th, where he brandished a gun. Wheeler has been released on bond, and his pending charges will not keep him from entering the UK.

AEW World Championship Match Winner

MJF (c) -400
Adam Cole +250

The saga of Adam Cole and MJF has easily been one of the best storylines ever put together by AEW. MJF’s odds of winning are fairly certain, but we’re hopeful that the arc will continue post-All In.

For now, BetOnline is the only site offering AEW All In odds. We expect more match lines to appear in the lead-up to Sunday at the sites included in our online sportsbook reviews.


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