AEW All Out: Predictions and preview for each match
#9 21-woman Casino Battle Royale
Much like Double or Nothing, the "Buy-In" will include a Casino Battle Royale. The winner will receive a match for the inaugural AEW Women's World Championship.
Interestingly enough, only 10 entrants have been revealed by AEW. The women confirmed so far are Brandi Rhodes, Nyla Rose, Jazz, Ivelisse, Teal Piper, Big Swole, Sadie Gibbs, Allie, Yuka Sakazaki and Britt Baker. This leaves about 11 entrants that are yet to be announced. Fans might be in for some surprises
When it comes to who will win this match, my money is on Britt Baker. She did sustain a concussion at Fight for the Fallen but was cleared by AEW’s head physician Dr. Michael Sampson. Despite that, she is one of the more featured female AEW Wrestlers and for good reason. She is a practicing dentist, has fantastic in-ring ability, and is over with the audience.
Prediction: Britt Baker
#8 Riho vs Hikaru Shida
With all the promotion that has been happening with All Out, this match has gone under the radar. Of the two, Riho has had the most wins coming into this match. She did win her debut match when she teamed with Hikaru Shida and Ryo Mizunami at Double or Nothing. She also won a triple threat match at Fyter Fest and defeated Yuka Sakazaki and Nyla Rose.
When it comes to the Japanese female wrestlers in AEW, they have not disappointed. They have always risen to the occasion, when given the opportunity. Kenny Omega is said to be booking the women's matches and his influence can be strongly felt, especially with the Japanese female wrestlers.
While Riho is quite impressive, Hikaru Shida might get the win here. Considering it's her first singles match in AEW, I think she will go over this time around.
Prediction: Hikaru Shida