AEW Double Or Nothing made a lot of people very happy because of how much the show brought to the table. The Cody Rhodes vs Dustin Rhodes match might have been the only “5-Star” contest on the show according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, but there is plenty more where that came from.
Cody Rhodes commented saying that AEW doesn’t want to hold a pay-per-view show that will cost fans $50 unless it is worth it. Their plan as reported in the WON is to do just that.
Right now the idea is for weekly television starting in October, with four major PPVs per year which would be the five-hour shows, and shorter streaming specials at other times, like the Daytona and Jacksonville shows.
At this time the plan is for AEW to hold four pay-per-view events a year. Double Or Nothing, All Out, and two events yet to be named will presumably be their tent pole shows.
It was also noted that other shows the company will put on will be shorter than the scheduled five hours of the bigger events. However, it appears that those smaller events such as Fyter Fest and Fight For The Fallen will be available via B/R Live.