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Tony Khan Confirms Women’s Casino Battle Royale At All Out

AEW President and CEO Tony Khan recently appeared on the AEW Unrestricted podcast with Tony Schiavone and Aubrey Edwards, where he previewed and hyped Sunday’s Double or Nothing PPV and even revealed how glad they are to have the Casino Battle Royale back for Double or Nothing as they were not able to do it last year due to the early stages of the pandemic.

This is what Tony Khan said:

“I’m glad we have the Casino Battle Royale back for Double or Nothing. It’s a special part of the card.” “Last year, we weren’t able to do it. It was early in the pandemic, and we weren’t able to bring in enough wrestlers honestly to do a good match like I wanted to be able to do like this year. When we did finally do the Casino Battle Royale at All Out, it was a great match.”

“It had a really thrilling conclusion. We saw with Lance Archer and Eddie Kingston out there fighting at the end, a great finish. Matt Sydal arrived at AEW and has been an important part of AEW since, and we saw some top stories erupt in the match. Best Friends and Santana and Ortiz were tearing each other apart in the match, and then they went out just a couple weeks later and had their parking lot fight that is an epic fight.”

Khan then revealed that the promotion will be having their first-ever Women’s Casino Battle Royale at the All Out PPV later this year.

This is what Tony Khan said:

“So that was last year’s Casino Battle Royale.” “We had to do it at All Out, 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.”

Back in 2019, AEW did have a Women’s Casino Battle Royale, but that took place as part of the All Out Buy In Pre-Show, which saw Nyla Rose win when she last eliminated Britt Baker. Due to this, Nyla Rose went on to take on Riho on the debut episode of Dynamite to crown the inaugural AEW Women’s Champion, which Riho ended up becoming.

There is no word yet on who the participants are for the Women’s Casino Battle Royale at All Out, but the All Out PPV Event is set to take place in September.

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