AEW is over a week away from one of its most exciting and important pay-per-view shows that got the ball rolling for them in the wrestling world, AEW Double or Nothing set to take place on May 26, 2024, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in the Las Vegas suburb of Paradise, Nevada.

With an exciting line-up of matches already announced for the show, one more enthralling title match was made official on tonight’s edition of AEW Dynamite in regards to current AEW TNT Champion Adam Copeland.

The Rated-R superstar has been battling back-and-forth against the members of House of Black over the weeks and emerged victorious in all of those bouts, looking to defend his title against the leader next, Malakai Black at Double or Nothing.

Adam Copeland came to tonight’s show looking for answers only to find himself physically and mentally tormented by the House of Black. While his new ally Kyle O Reilly tried to make the save, he was taken out as well with the faction leaving a battered Copeland and Reilly laying down.


Later on the show in a backstage segment, Malakai Black accepted the challenge and honored Adam Copeland’s request for the title bout between them to take place in a Barbered Wire Steel Cage match. Finally, he added the stipulation that should he beat Copeland, the Rated-R superstar would bend his knee to the House of Black.

What are your thoughts on Adam Copeland defending his TNT Championship against Malakai Black in a Barbered Wire Steel Cage match? Sound off in the comments!

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