Brandi Rhodes Explains Rules For Women's Casino Battle Royale At AEW All Out

Women’s Casino Battle Royale Rules For AEW All Out Explained By Brandi Rhodes (Video)

In a new video update, AEW Chief Brand Officer Brandi Rhodes explains the rules for the Women’s Casino Battle Royale match on the “Buy-In” pre-show for this month’s AEW All Out pay-per-view.

The video features Brandi breaking down the rules of the match.

The Women’s Casino Battle Royale scheduled for the AEW All Out “Buy-In” pre-show will include 21 entrants. The match will begin with five wrestlers, with groups of five additional wrestlers being added to the match every three minutes after that. The 21st and final wrestler will make their entrance on their own.

The match will continue until one woman is left standing, with eliminations coming when a competitor is thrown over the top rope and lands — with both feet — on the floor outside of the ring.

During episode four of “The Road to AEW All Out,” the first three official entrants for the Women’s Casino Battle Royale were announced.

Confirmed for the 21-woman match thus far are Teal Piper (daughter of late WWE Hall Of Famer “Rowdy” Roddy Piper), Ivelisse, and former NWA Women’s Champion Jazz.

Also mentioned by name, but not officially announced for the match, during episode four of “The Road to AEW All Out” were Nyla Rose, Britt Baker, Yuka Sakazaki, Allie, and Brandi Rhodes.

The winner of the Women’s Casino Battle Royale will become the first contender who will compete in the inaugural AEW Women’s Championship match.

AEW previously announced that the first-ever AEW Women’s Champion will be crowned on the debut episode of AEW On TNT, which goes down from the Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, October 2nd.

Check out Brandi Rhodes’ new video update regarding the Women’s Casino Battle Royale at the AEW All Out “Buy-In” pre-show below.

Make sure to join us here at eWrestling.com on 10/2 for live AEW On TNT results coverage. We will also be providing live results coverage of the AEW All Out PPV on 8/31.

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