While we don’t know exactly when the pay-per-view will be taking place, one match is already confirmed for AEW All Out 2021.
AEW President and CEO Tony Khan announced on the Unrestricted podcast that All Out will play host to a women’s Casino Battle Royale.
The show will likely take place in late August or early September based on its previous two iterations.
There has only been one women’s Casino Battle Royale to date which was at All Out 2019 and won by Nyla Rose.
With it still being so far away there’s obviously no word on who’ll be entering the match as of yet.
This Sunday’s Double Or Nothing pay-per-view will include a men’s Casino Battle Royale featuring the likes of Christian Cage, Matt Hardy and Penta El Zero Miedo.
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