With AEW’s May spectacular pay-per-view just around the corner, here’s everything you need to know about AEW Double Or Nothing!
2021’s edition of Double Or Nothing was a wild affair headlined by the incomparable Stadium Stampede match that pitted The Inner Circle against The Pinnacle, with Sammy Guevara picking up a huge victory for his team.
Kenny Omega escaped the event as AEW World Champion after overcoming both PAC and Orange Cassidy in a Three-Way match while Cody Rhodes wrestled for one night only as The American Dream and defeated British Olympic star Anthony Ogogo.
Clearly, a year is a long time in wrestling and since then CM Punk, Bryan Danielson, Ruby Soho, Adam Cole, Keith Lee, Danhausen, and Swerve Strickland among others have become All Elite.
So what’s going to happen when AEW tries their luck in Las Vegas and more importantly how can you keep up with all the action?
When is AEW Double Or Nothing?
Double Or Nothing will take place on Sunday, May 29th, 2022 live from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The main show will begin at 8 pm EST, which makes the show a 1 am GMT start (Monday 30th) for viewers watching in the UK. The Buy In will air an hour before at 7 pm EST (12am GMT) on Fite TV and across AEW’s social channels on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.
How can I watch AEW Double Or Nothing?
If you live outside the United States, AEW Revolution is available via Fite TV for $19.99 which is roughly £15 in the UK.
Viewers in the US can only watch the show via B/R Live for $49.99.
What is the match card for AEW Double Or Nothing?
These are the current matches scheduled for Double Or Nothing –
- Hookhausen (HOOK & Danhausen) vs. ‘Smart’ Mark Sterling & Tony Nese – The Buy In
- Men’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament Final
- Women’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament Final
- Thunder Rosa vs. Serena Deeb – AEW Women’s World Championship
- Hangman Adam Page vs. CM Punk – AEW World Championship
Watch AEW Double Or Nothing live on Fite TV everywhere outside of the United States – and Bleacher Report Live in the US – on Sunday, May 29th.