AEW All Out 2023 Prediction: Cassidy With an Upset



AEW All Out 2023 Prediction: Cassidy With an Upset

Since the whole world is begging for my take and AEW All Out 2023 Predictions, let's go ahead and jump into it. AEW is one to always put on a great show, and that's thanks to their roster of incredible, divers and always entertaining athletes. This card should be a great example of what AEW represents in the world of wrestling.

After researching previous matches, betting odds and the dynamics of these matches, I've come to the conclusion that these matches hard hard to predict an outcome for. However, my heart has pulled me one way or another for these bouts and we're here to talk about them. Let's get to it.

AEW All Out 2023 Prediction: Orange Cassidy vs Jon MoxleyAEW All Out 2023 prediction

So, the odds are saying Moxley, a lot of the experts are saying Moxley, but my heart is telling me Cassidy. This man took an absolute beating to earn this match; with a right hand and arm injury that takes away one of his best weapons, Cassidy has had to rely on his unpredictability to perform as of late.

Is that enough to beat Moxley? Probably not, no. But, Cassidy has been a great champ thus far and I think his will to win will show in spades for this match. He's got everything against him, yet, I'm expecting him to prove the oddsmakers wrong and grab the win.

Orange Cassidy to retain

MJF & Adam Cole (-5000) vs. Dark Order Prediction

How to watch AEW All Out 2023

MJF and Adam Cole retain. Easy pick. MJF and Adam Cole's bond  seems to be unbreakable. Couple that with their incredible wrestling skills, and that's a tough task to try to handle. Dark Order is really, really good, but it's hard to see what MJF and Cole have going for them stopping just yet.

The oddsmakers have this one favoring MJF and Cole by a lot, and I'd have to agree with them here. But, you never know in this sport. When there's a bond like this, there's always a potential schism in the the peripheral of the picture. I don't think the world is ready for MJF and Cole to lose any steam, and I don't think they will be losing their hype and friendship anytime soon.

But, again, the potential is there. However this match goes, expect a very entertaining one. But, yeah, MJF and Adam Cole all day.

MJF and Adam Cole secure the win

AEW All Out Prediction: Kenny Omega vs. Konosuke Takeshita 

With all of the vitriol, drama and intrigue as one could want for a match, this should be a very interesting watch. Having been tag team partners before Takeshita turned on Omega, this is not just a match for wins, but one for bragging rights and a settled score. My AEW All Out Prediction for this one is that Kenny Omega will get the win.

Kenny Omega's hand will be raised

AEW All Out 2023 Predictions: The Entire Card

My picks are wavering and my confidence is leaking, but here is how I see the results for AEW All Out 2023 turning out.

  • Orange Cassidy defeats Jon Moxley
  • MJF and Adam Cole defeat Dark Order
  • Kenny Omega defeats Konosuke Takeshita
  • Kris Statlander defeats Ruby Soho
  • Powerhouse Hobbs defeats Miro
  • Blackpool Combat Club defeats Eddie Kingston & Katsuyori Shibata
  • Samoa Joe defeats Shane Taylor
  • FTR & The Young Bucks defeats Bullet Club Gold
  • Darby Allin defeats Luchasaurus

Logic and analyzing trends are great, but these are the picks that my heart led me to. So, yeah, some may seem a bit outlandish, but everything here is in the realm of possibility. While the unpredictable is a common thing for AEW, these picks could prove to be very solid. We'll see how it goes!

AEW All Out 2023: Everything You Need To Know

In the wake of AEW All In 2023, All Out is expected to make a lot of noise in the wrestling world. Nothing short of fantastic, the lineup for this card is stacked from the very bottom all the way to the top. With as much electricity as one card could possibly contain, AEW All Out 2023 will give us some great matches and probably some shocking results.

So, how could one watch this event?

AEW All Out 2023: How to Watch

It's hosted in Chicago, Illinois. This PPV will be streamed on At 8 p.m. ET, 7 p.m. CST and 5 p.m. PT, AEW All Out will begin. Be sure to change the time for wherever you are in regard to time zone. Additionally, the Zero Hour pre-show will begin an hour before the actual event, so plan ahead for that as well.

With no better way to spend a Sunday in mind, AEW is giving us a fun card. Seeing how these stories will unravel is just the bonus to watching these incredible athletes go out there and put on a show. Let's see how right I am and how my picks do tomorow.

Erik is a long-time MMA fan and writer. Ever since catching some Chael Sonnen trash talk on a commercial, he's been hooked on the sport. Erik spent a lot of time writing while attending college at Wichita State University. Now, he spends his time covering the sport of MMA, training in BJJ here and there, and occasionally hitting skateparks!