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AEW All Out 2019 PPV Predictions & Spoilers of Results

Posted by Anthony Mango Sunday, August 25, 2019
The AEW All Out 2019 pay-per-view is scheduled for August 31, 2019 at the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Follow along here for spoilers and information on the event's card, lineup of matches and news regarding the pay-per-view.

The following are my predictions for the 2019 AEW All Out PPV. Check back for All Out 2019 results and review coverage here when the time comes..

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AEW World Heavyweight Championship Match: Chris Jericho vs. "Hangman" Adam Page

The first AEW world champion will be crowned, as Jericho defeated Kenny Omega at Double or Nothing and Page won the Casino Battle Royale to earn their title shots. Effectively, you have the veteran who is the name value of the brand above all others and is playing the part of a heel who says they owe everything to him, versus the babyface who will be out to set a more heroic precedent for the company.

I feel like they can't go wrong with either choice, but I'm definitely leaning toward Jericho. It makes more sense to me to have him establish the title and for other babyfaces to chase him, than the other way around. Frankly, I feel the best scenario is to do a Jericho/Page feud for a bit and then eventually have Omega be the one to dethrone Jericho in their rubber match. Jericho makes more sense to head the roster going into the TV deal and his story of needing to win the title just points in his direction.

PREDICTION: Chris Jericho wins the title.

Pac vs. Kenny Omega

And just like that, Moxley is out of this match with an injury and will be replaced by Pac. Is that karma of sorts? I don't know. Either way, I think this is a big loss for this event. This was the match I was the most excited about and I'm now nowhere near as into All Out in general. Pac/Omega will be good, but it'll be another of exactly the same style match as everything else, and that is just going to be frustrating, especially with no build. Ugh. I'm 50/50 on the winner, as I can see a case for both winning making sense, but I'll go with Pac through some sort of distraction from Moxley.


Best Friends (Chuck Taylor and Trent Beretta) vs. The Dark Order (Evil Uno and Stu Grayson)

The winning team will get a first-round bye for the AEW World Tag Team Championship tournament set to go down once AEW's television show starts. I'm not digging The Dark Order yet, and as such, I'm not looking at this match as a must-see type of scenario.

The Dark Order should win. They decreed Best Friends as their first victims and it makes more sense for a heel team to get a bye than a babyface team.

PREDICTION: The Dark Order wins.

Cody vs. Shawn Spears

Well duh, right? After what happened at Fyter Fest, this definitely should be on the card. Here's hoping it's No DQ in some fashion, or they get around that through just solid action.

Cody winning makes sense, but it also deprives Shawn Spears of being made. A win over Cody puts him in a much higher spot on the card and he needs that.

PREDICTION: Shawn Spears wins.

AAA World Tag Team Championship Ladder Match: The Young Bucks (Nick and Matt Jackson) vs. The Lucha Brothers (Pentagón Jr. and Rey Fenix)

Why are they just doing this match again? Why are the AAA tag titles in the mix again? I'm not a fan of that, and yes, I'm that stupid type of wrestling fan that is already complaining about going to the well in a rematch on the FOURTH event, considering Young Bucks and Lucha Bros also faced each other at Fyter Fest. Three out of four events?

Hit me with all the "but this will be so good" stuff you can. To me, it doesn't do anything for me as far as hype goes. I'm just expecting the same match we got before. It's up to them to prove me wrong, and with Fenix injured, I think it's going to be an even bigger hill to climb.

PREDICTION: The Lucha Bros win.

Cracker Barrel Clash: Darby Allin vs. Joey Janela vs. Jimmy Havoc

Didn't think they'd go this route. I'm pretty surprised about that. As far as the match quality, it should be a fun hardcore type of match, and I'm looking forward to seeing what they have to offer. I could see Janela or Allin winning, but not Havoc.

PREDICTION: 60% Darby Allin wins, 40% Joey Janela wins.

Casino Battle Royale

The winner of this 21-woman battle royal will be in line for possibly winning the AEW Women's Championship on the first television episode.

Confirmed participants (11) = Allie, Awesome Kong, Big Swole, Brandi Rhodes, Britt Baker, Ivelisse, Jazz, Nyla Rose, Sadie Gibbs, Teal Piper, Yuka Sakazaki + 10 others

I'd assume some likely options for the remaining 10 would be Kylie Rae, Penelope Ford, Bea Priestley and Leva Bates (as they're all signed, I think) and possibly the returns of the ones they used before in Shoko Nakajima, Ryo Mizunami, and Emi Sakura. But who else? Cheerleader Melissa? People who were in the Mae Young Classic but may not return to WWE at any point like Nicole Savoy? Still hoping Mercedes Martinez gets signed to WWE and doesn't pop up here, but I guess the WWE tryout didn't work well for Ivelisse and that's why she's in this instead. Something to think about.

PREDICTION: Britt Baker or Awesome Kong are good choices, but they might have some surprises in store to round out the 21 who would stand out. I'll go with Baker.

Riho vs. Hikaru Shida

Could it be great? Sure. Do I have any real hyper interest in it? Nope. It's just a match. AEW needs to give me more than just "We're telling you these people are great and now you're excited, right?"

PREDICTION: Hikaru Shida wins.

Private Party (Isiah Kassidy and Marq Quen) vs. Angélico and Jack Evans

Kind of a throwaway match, but at least it makes sense it's on the Buy In, as it'll be entertaining enough to possibly win over some new fans during the free portion of the night.

PREDICTION: Private Party wins.

SoCal Uncensored (Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky) vs. Luchasaurus, Jungle Boy and Marko Stunt

This should be a fun trios match. I'm hoping they keep it on the shorter end of 10-15 rather than going some 30 minutes and dragging it out, though. That's something AEW has suffered from in the past. If kept to just high-octane energy like I'm expecting, this fast-paced fight should be one of the better ones on the card.


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