AEW Double Or Nothing closed out with a very unique take on an empty area match. The Khans have a lot of valuable resources at their disposal and TIAA Field is one of them. They can also call the Jacksonville Jaguar cheerleaders as well.

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The Stadium Stampede Match had a unique and entertaining presentation. Some fans didn’t appreciate the main event match, but others loved it. During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer had some good news for those who loved the Stadium Stampede match.

“They’ve established the Stadium Stadium so they gotta do it, I’m not saying every year, but given the nature of professional wrestling today when it’s something like this, we’re gonna get it every year. So, this is gonna be the new thing. Also, since it’s their signature thing they created it, it’s gonna be their War Games — and they’re gonna do a War Games too [Blood and Guts Match] you know, at some point.”

AEW planned to do the Blood and Guts match, but the COVID-19 pandemic cancelled those plans. It was noted that the Stadium Stampede match was “a big hit,” so they’ll likely keep bringing it back.

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