AEW All Out 2022 Match Card Prediction. The 2022 All Out is the upcoming fourth annual All Out professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by All Elite Wrestling (AEW). It is scheduled to take place during Labor Day weekend on September 4, 2022; at the Now Arena in the Chicago suburb of Hoffman Estates, Illinois.
AEW All Out is AEW’s one of the most anticipated pay-per-views and last year’s AEW All Out was AEW’s most successful pay-per-view. And here we have the next AEW All Out 2022 pay-per-view; which already has High Hopes from fans. As of now no match has been announced for the upcoming AEW All Out pay-per-view; But here’s early match card predictions for the upcoming AEW All Out pay-per-view.
From the past All Out pay per views we have seen that; it’s a tradition for AEW to have a women’s casino Battle royale match at All Out pay per view. AEW held this match for the last two consecutive years at All Out pay-per-view; and no doubt this year also AEW will have a women’s casino Battle Royale match. And like always the winner of the casino Battle royale match; will receive a title shot against AEW’s women’s World Champion. This time the prediction will be for Paige VanZant to win this woman’s casino Battle royale match. Winner – Paige VanZant.
All-Atlantic Championship is AEW’s newest championship and the first ever winner is PAC. Who won the Championship at the last pay per view of the forbidden door. With winning the brand new Championship; PAC has defended the Championship all over the globe for several times but he still has to defend the Championship in an AEW Ring. And if his first Championship title defence would have been a ladder match; then this will be a memorable match.
So here are the 6 contenders who should be in this All-Atlantic Championship ladder match. Orange Cassidy because he and Pac have history; Dante Martin because someone needs to make high flying moves in a match. Samoa Joe and Jay Lethal because they have growing rivalry and Satnam Singh as the Giants of the match. This would be a perfect combination of everything. But even with everything it’s too soon for Pac to lose his Championship. Winner – Pac.
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