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Casino Battle Royale at AEW All Out Sees New Stars Emerge

Ruby Soho Wins Womens Casino Battle Royale

Battle Royals have been predominant in professional wrestling for many years and, while the rules are varied from the usual, AEW’s Casino Battle Royale always excites. The battles bring together a large number of wrestlers who compete together in the ring. To eliminate a player, you must throw them over the top rope with their feet touching the floor.

Several organizations have released different variations of the battle. The variations are similar to those you would find on online casinos like the Spin Online Casino, which has different variations of top online casinos games like slots, blackjack, baccarat, roulette and poker. A great example of the Battle Royale variation is the WCW and Royal Rumble.

AEW debuted in 2019 and christened their own “Casino Battle Royale” match. They held an All Out pay-per-view match that featured superstars in the women divisions. The match featured 21 competitors in an every-man-for-himself battle. Twenty of the competitors are split into groups of five. The match kicks off with the first five competitors in the ring, and the rest join after every three minutes.

At the start of AEW Dark: Elevation, some new entrants were announced. The new entrants included AEW Women’s World Champion Hikaru Shida and Emi Sakura. Additionally, Smart Mark Sterling revealed that his client Jade Cargill will also participate in the Casino Battle Royale.

Whoever wins the Casino Battle Royale will get a chance to compete for the AEW Women’s World Championship. Britt Baker is the holder of the AEW Women’s Championship and battled it out with Kris Statlander at the AEW All Out.

Other notable participants of the competition included Julia Hart, Thunder Rosa, Big Swole, Penelope Ford, Diamante, Red Velvet, Nyla Rose and Tay Conti. Another headline addition to the Women’s Casino Battle Royale during the All Out was Kiera Hogan.

How The Casino Battle Royale Went Down

The 21 women drew cards and entered in suits of five, and whoever chose the joker came in last. Clubs were first- Skye Blue, Hikaru Shida, the Bunny, Emi Sakura and Abadon. Blue, the hometown hero and Abadon were eliminated before the diamonds were announced.

The first one to be announced was Anna Jay, and she went for Bunny immediately. After Anna came Kiera Hogan, Diamante, KiLynn King and Nyla Rose. Before the Hearts were announced, several women had already been eliminated. Rose was responsible for dumping most of them out!

Thunder Rosa went for Nyla after Big Swole, Riho, Jamie Hayter, and Penelope Ford joined her in the match. Team spades consisted of Tay Conti, who teamed up with her buddy Jay against Bunny. Other members of Spades included Rebel, Jade Cargill, Leyla Hirsh and Red Velvet.

Nyla brought Cargill’s short run to an end, and it was finally Joker time. Among the final three, Ruby Soho seemed to have endeared herself to the crowd. The other two were the former Heidi Lovelace, Rosa and Rose.

The former NWA Women’s champion sent the first-ever AEW Women’s to the ground. On the other hand, Ruby and Thunder were involved in a duel backed by chants from the fans. Ruby Soho emerged the winner of the duel, and her destination is clear – a match against Britt Baker, the Women’s Champion.