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AEW notes: Women's Casino Battle Royale at All Out, roster expansion

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During his traditional pay-per-view preview appearance on AEW Unrestricted, president and head booker Tony Khan said the Women's Casino Battle Royale will return at this September's All Out.

He dropped the news while discussing the men's version that is part of this Sunday's Double or Nothing.

The first and only women's version was held at 2019's All Out and was part of the pre-show. Nyla Rose won the 21-woman match, eliminating Britt Baker to advance to the inaugural Women's Championship match against Riho on the first-ever Dynamite.

In talking about the future and with the new one-hour Rampage show debuting in August, Khan said a "huge expansion" is imminent for AEW which includes expanding the roster. He also put over AEW Games becoming bigger as well.

Khan put over Double or Nothing hard, promising it would be one of the best things they have ever done, will have surprises, and that it will be a sold out show at Daily's Place in Jacksonville, Florida.