AEW All Out Final Betting Odds: Title Match Favorites, CM Punk Vs. Darby Allin


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It is available through PPV providers for $60. Viewers in the United States and Canada can purchase the show on B/R Live for $50. Sports IllustratedHow to Watch AEW ‘All Out’ 2021: Full Match Card, Start Time, PPV Info

AEW All Out goes down tonight at 8 pm ET at the NOW Arena and the champions are almost all heavily favored across the board, according to BetOnline.

AEW World Champion Kenny Omega (-800), AEW TNT Champion Miro (-800), and AEW Women’s Champion Britt Baker (-1200) all are big favorites in their respective matches. AEW World Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks (-135) vs. Lucha Brothers (-105) is the closest among the title matches.

In his AEW debut match, CM Punk is the favorite at -700 over Darby Allin (+400).

Below are the full odds for the main card:

CM Punk -700 vs. Darby Allin +400

Paul Wight -600 vs. QT Marshall +350

Jon Moxley -700 vs. Satoshi Kojima +400

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According to comments CM Punk made to ESPN’s Marc Raimondi, WWE reached out to Punk in December through intermediaries. This occurred shortly after Punk had removed himself from the UFC’s USADA drug-testing pool.

“Punk said WWE had been reaching out to him about a return as well, through intermediaries,” Raimondi wrote. Punk continued to say that while he listened to WWE’s overtures, things did not advance far.

“I remember one of the first things I ever said to them was, ‘Above all, don’t play games,'” Punk said. “And they played games. Some things never change. … When you enter a conversation with people you have a past with and you know who they are, how seriously can you take it? I know exactly who they are and they just continue to prove it. I’m trying to be as diplomatic as I possibly can.”

Punk made several comments about his former employer (without referring to them by name) during his appearance at the First Dance last month. Punk then spoke about his comments regarding WWE during an appearance on The Angi Taylor Show.

“The reality is you can’t talk to me, coming back after seven years, without bringing up the place I used to work,” Punk said. “I’m just trying to do my best to not sling mud so to speak because everything I say about them is 100% the truth.”

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Punk will take on Darby Allin tomorrow at All Out. It will be his first official match in over 7.5 years. The show will take place from the NOW Arena in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. The arena was formerly known as the Sears Center and was the venue of All In on September 1st, 2018.

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CM Punk would ‘love to see’ an AJ Lee return, but…

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Having said that, every interview he does includes a question about her, so he gets multiple chances to further elaborate on his position in relation to Lee’s wrestling career and a possible return. During a talk with WFAN’s Moose & Maggie, Punk had this to say (transcription via Wrestling Inc):

“I would love to see it. I get asked that question every single time I do an interview and I love it. I absolutely love it. I don’t (think she wants to do it), because she’s a teeny tiny person and she has a bad neck. I think the shelf life for females in wrestling, wrestling a full schedule, is a lot shorter, it’s a lot smaller then men. And I think she’s so focused on what she’s doing now, writing screenplays. She’s working on a million different projects, being pulled in so many directions. I think she would probably, maybe be receptive to the idea of coming back, but that can’t even enter her vocabulary right now. She’s so focused on the movie scripts and TV adaptation of a book she’s working on.”

That certainly strikes a different tone than fully shutting the door on the possibility of AJ coming back. Of course, pro wrestling fans will continue holding onto hope no matter what he says, considering there are multiple stories of wrestlers who had significant injuries thought to be career ending returning from those injuries in just the past couple years alone (Edge, Daniel Bryan).

AJ seems happy, so if it doesn’t happy, that’s entirely okay too. But it sure would be nice to see her again, huh?

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