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AEW All In Predictions: Who is most likely to win?

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The AEW All In event is set to be a monumental occasion, with the wrestling promotion hosting its first international Pay-Per-View at London’s iconic Wembley Stadium.

With a star-studded line-up and high stakes, fans are eagerly awaiting the outcomes. Here are our predictions based on the buzz and expert opinions.

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MJF vs. Adam Cole: AEW World Championship match at AEW All In

The rivalry between MJF and Adam Cole has been intense, with fans divided over who will come out on top. While some believe that MJF will retain his title, others feel that Adam Cole is poised for a significant heel turn.

The consensus seems to lean towards Adam Cole walking away with the championship, but with a twist in the tale. There’s a possibility of interference, leading to a controversial win.

Prediction: Adam Cole

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FTR vs. The Young Bucks: AEW World Tag Team Titles

The Young Bucks have been a dominant force in the tag team division, but recent events surrounding Cash Wheeler might influence the outcome.

The majority opinion leans towards The Young Bucks reclaiming their titles.

Prediction: The Young Bucks

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Hikaru Shida vs. Toni Storm vs. Dr. Britt Baker vs. Saraya: AEW Women’s Championship

The women’s division is set for a shake-up with this four-way battle. Saraya, being the hometown hero, seems to be the favourite.

However, Hikaru Shida’s journey from having zero fans to potentially over 80,000 cheering for her success is a compelling narrative.

Prediction: Saraya

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Darby Allin & Sting vs. Swerve Strickland & Christian Cage: Coffin Match

Darby Allin and Sting have been an unbeatable duo, and the consensus is that they will continue their winning streak.

The combination of Darby’s resilience and Sting’s experience is hard to beat.

Prediction: Darby Allin & Sting

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Kenny Omega, Hangman Page & Kota Ibushi vs. Jay White, Juice Robinson & Konosuke Takeshita

This six-man tag match is packed with star power.

The general sentiment is that the team of Kenny Omega, Hangman Page, and Kota Ibushi will emerge victorious, given their combined prowess and popularity.

Prediction: Kenny Omega, Hangman Page & Kota Ibushi

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CM Punk vs. Samoa Joe: “Real” AEW World Title match at AEW All In

CM Punk’s return to wrestling has been nothing short of sensational. Given his current momentum and the significance of the title, it’s hard to see him losing this bout.

Prediction: CM Punk

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Chris Jericho vs. Will Ospreay

Will Ospreay, being British, has the home advantage, and many believe he will capitalise on this. However, Jericho’s experience and cunning can’t be underestimated.

Prediction: Will Ospreay

Blackpool Combat Club and Santana & Ortiz vs. Best Friends, Orange Cassidy, Eddie Kingston & Penta El Zero M: Stadium Stampede

This match promises chaos and entertainment. The general sentiment leans towards the Best Friends team, especially with the return of Eddie Kingston.

Prediction: Best Friends & gang

House of Black vs. The Acclaimed & Billy Gunn: AEW Trios Titles

Billy Gunn’s recent antics have added an interesting dimension to this match. The majority believe that The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn will walk away with the titles.

Prediction: The Acclaimed & Billy Gunn

Jack Perry vs. HOOK: FTW Championship

This match is a tough call, but the edge seems to go to HOOK, given the current momentum.

Prediction: HOOK

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