AEW’s next big pay-per-view event, Double or Nothing, will go down at the T-Mobile Arena in the Las Vegas on May 28th, 2023. This show will likely see a lot of action, and the company is already building up matches. Now we have a bit of a spoiler for the show’s card.
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The Wrestling Observer Newsletter included some notes about the upcoming Double or Nothing pay-per-view. It was said that the company is likely planning a four-way AEW World Title match for the event. Also, Swerve Strickland and Keith Lee’s time in the ring against each other will have to wait until the pay-pre-view.
The plan right now is to hold off the first Keith Lee vs. Swerve Strickland match until the PPV. So it looks to be MJF vs. Allin vs. Jack Perry vs. Sammy Guevara, something with the BCC vs. Elite in an eight-man program, Chris Jericho vs. Adam Cole and perhaps Jake Cargill vs. Taya Valkyrie as some of the top matches.
AEW generally brings the best show they can for fans. At a $50 price point, they realize that those annual events need to have a card worth purchasing. Only time will tell what they add to the show to attract even more attention.
We will have to see how it all pans out when the show is finally booked. Anything can change plans, from an injury to a suspension. Hopefully, Tony Khan’s company can continue their momentum as they approach their next pay-per-view event.
What’s your take on these projected plans for AEW Double or Nothing? Are you already planning on buying the pay-per-view? Sound off in the comments!