All Elite Wrestling 'All Out' Predictions: Our Picks For Who Wins Each Match on Saturday

Despite some last-minute change out of their control, All Elite Wrestling's All Out show is set to put the wrestling industry on notice.

All Out is AEW's final event before its weekly live television show premieres on TNT in October. With 10 matches on the card, there are plenty of implications for the young promotion at All Out.

The first AEW World Champion will be crowned, and the first contender for the AEW Women's Champion will be determined. Not to mention the Young Bucks look to recapture the AAA Tag Team Championships from the Lucha Bros.

But who will at All Out this Saturday? Here are our predictions.

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AEW

PAC VS KENNY OMEGA

Jon Moxley was replaced by PAC because of an injury, but, while the former Dean Ambrose and Kenny Omega will tussle down the line, fans will likely get a fantastic match between "The Bastard" and "The Cleaner."

If Moxley was still in the match, I'd be inclined to go with him to win. But with this change, it feels like, to keep Omega's momentum, he'll pick up the victory.

Winner: Kenny Omega

WOMEN'S CASINO BATTLE ROYALE

Battle Royale's are hard to predict, especially when there are 21 competitors that could win. Of course not everyone in the match has a "chance" to win, as many of the women are not on the official AEW roster and the winner gets a title opportunity.

A handful of competitors like Britt Baker, Nyla Rose and even Brandi Rhodes have the best shot at victory. However, it feels like AEW is grooming Britt Baker to be the first champion.

Winner: Britt Baker

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AEW

PRIVATE PARTY VS ANGELICO AND JACK EVANS

With the Tag Team Championship tournament on the horizon, every tag team on the AEW roster is looking to tally as many wins before it begins.

Neither Private Party or Angelico and Jack Evans have an official victory at an AEW show. While Angelico and Evans had more matches, it feels like the crowd and the powers that be are high on Private Party. Private Party already has a match against Young Bucks scheduled for the October 9 show, so AEW will want to keep them strong.

Winner: Private Party

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AEW

SCU VS LUCHASAURUS, JUNGLE BOY AND MARKO STUNT

Both trios teams are great and they are looking to establish themselves as viable options to be tag team champions.

SCU has a victory over Strong Hearts, but have fallen to the Lucha Brothers and Best Friends in recent shows. Luchasaurus and Jungle Boy have yet to have a victory as a team, and this will be Marko Stunt's AEW in-ring debut. This match is a coin-flip, but I'll say the team of Luchasaurus, Jungle Boy and Stunt pull it out.

Winner: Luchasaurus, Jungle Boy and Marko Stunt

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AEW

RIHO VS HIKARU SHIDA

The joshi spotlight match for All Out is the singles bout between Riho and Hikaru Shida. Riho has a victory over Nyla Rose and Yuka Sakazaki, but fell in tag team action at Fight for the Fallen when she fell to Bea Priestley and Shoko Nakajima.

Shida hasn't been seen in an AEW ring since Double or Nothing when she teamed with Riho and Ryo Mizunami.

They seem to be building a story for Riho. After her victory at Fyter Fest, she and Sakazaki had to team to take out Nyla Rose who didn't take the loss lightly. Riho slapped Sakazaki's hand away afterwards, giving her a bit of an edge. A loss could continue that story, so I'm thinking Hikaru Shida picks up the win.

Winner: Hikaru Shida

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AEW

DARBY ALLIN VS JIMMY HAVOC VS JOEY JANELLA

A triple threat between three wrestlers who don't have an official AEW victory. Allin got a huge rub by taking Cody to a time-limit draw at Fyter Fest, but Jimmy Havoc and Joey Janella haven't had as much luck.

While I think Allin will be the popular pick, I think this is a great opportunity to give Jimmy Havoc a victory.

Winner: Jimmy Havoc

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AEW

THE DARK ORDER VS BEST FRIENDS

The biggest story in the AEW tag division, The Dark Order, has set their sights on Best Friends since their debut at Double or Nothing. While Best Friends continue to rack up victories, the Dark Order got their first win in their AEW in-ring debut.

I feel the story between these two teams should continue, and a heel Dark Order victory would accomplish that.

Winner: The Dark Order

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AEW

LUCHA BROS (c) VS YOUNG BUCKS - AAA TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP LADDER MATCH

In what could be the match of the night, the Lucha Brothers put their AAA Tag Team Championships on the line against the Young Bucks.

Both teams have gone back and forth for months with Pentagon and Fenix getting the best of the Bucks to reclaim their AAA Tag Team Championships. I don't see these two squaring off again after this, and having the Lucha Brothers retain their titles makes the most sense.

Winner: Lucha Brothers

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AEW

CODY VS SHAWN SPEARS (with Tully Blanchard)

What's become a deeply personal feud, Shawn Spears looks to make a statement against Cody and prove that he is a different wrestler than when he was in the WWE. Cody looks to get retribution for the chair shot that left him bloodied at the end of Fyter Fest.

This is Spears' first AEW singles match, and putting him over would be better for the character in the long run. Also, just for fun, I see Dustin being in Cody's corner.

Winner: Shawn Spears

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AEW

ADAM "HANGMAN" PAGE VS CHRIS JERICHO - AEW WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH

The first AEW World Champion will be crowned. Will it be the young up and comer, Adam Page or the wrestling veteran, Chris Jericho?

You can make compelling arguments for either, but my rationale for picking Jericho is that he'll put the most eyes on the promotion when its first episode airs in October. Page could continue the chase to become AEW World Champion, or the promotion could have Jericho take on Omega next. There are lots of possible avenues to go down, but Jericho as champion opens up the most storylines.

Winner: Chris Jericho

All Out is scheduled for Saturday, August 31 starting at 7:30 p.m. EDT.

What are your predictions for each All Out match? Let us know in the comments section below.