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AEW’s Women’s Casino Battle Royale to return at All Out

On the most recent episode of AEW Unrestricted, AEW President Tony Khan announced that the women will be getting another Casino Battle Royale. It will be taking place at the future pay-per-view event, All Out.

The company had it’s first, and so far only, Women’s Casino Battle Royale at the All Out pay-per-view event in 2019. Khan says that it will be returning at the same event this year after speaking on the men’s Casino Battle Royale returning this Sunday at Double or Nothing. This upcoming match for the men will be their third one.

He goes on to discuss that this match type could not be done last year at Double or Nothing due to the pandemic. It was then done for the men at All Out but the women did not have one.

“We had to do it [the men’s Casino Battle Royale] at All Out [last year], but it’s an important part of AEW, great to have it now back at Double or Nothing. And I look forward to the Women’s Casino Battle Royale at All Out, which is going to also be returning, really excited about that.”

Nyla Rose became the winner of the first Women’s Casino Battle Royale after last eliminating Dr. Britt Baker. The match hosts 21-competitors. Rose then went on to face then-champion Riho for the AEW Women’s World Championship and was victorious.

There is not an official date for the next All Out event, however, the prior ones have been held in August/September.

Below are the rules of the match that were explained by Brandi Rhodes in 2019.

Who would you like to see appear in the upcoming women’s Casino Battle Royale? Who do you think should win it? Leave your thoughts below.

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