AEW Double Or Nothing is still scheduled for May 23rd, and it will be available on pay-per-view. The MGM Grand Garden Arena will not be hosting the event. It will be a very unique show as zero fans are likely to be permitted entry.
During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer discussed AEW’s plans. Nothing is 100% in 2020, but they do plan on running the show as of right now.
“There’s no guarantee that this show is gonna take place on that date. If things get worse and not better, yeah, there will probably be a safe way to run the show and if there’s not a safe way to run the show then there’s not gonna be a show. You know and it’s far enough along that we don’t know.”
The world is full of uncertainty right now. AEW is not holding their Double Or Nothing show in Las Vegas as previously planned. They already booked a new date for 2021.
Hopefully, things will be at a point with the COVID-19 pandemic that the company will still be able to run an empty arena show as scheduled on May 23rd. Nothing is a sure thing these days.
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