Tony Khan conducted his customary pre-pay-per-view media briefing on Thursday to drum up excitement for the upcoming AEW Double Or Nothing 2024 pay-per-view, slated to take place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

During the call, the AEW President touched upon several key points:

When faced with the task of finding replacement for Eddie Kingston in Anarchy in the Arena, Khan reached out to Darby Allin first to check on his physical well-being. Interestingly, Allin volunteered to step in for Kingston before Khan even had the chance to ask.

The decision to return to the MGM Grand Garden Arena for Double Or Nothing was driven by sentimentality, as it marks the site where AEW launched five years ago.


Khan emphasized his efforts to limit his on-screen presence, preferring to keep the spotlight on the wrestlers and the sport itself, despite ongoing storylines like that involving The Elite. His brief appearance to lift the Young Bucks’ ban on Allin exemplifies this approach.

Regarding Mark Henry’s expiring AEW contract, Khan expressed admiration for Henry’s media presence and wrestling prowess, hinting at potential future collaborations.

Discussing potential future residencies akin to the Summer Series in Arlington, Texas, Khan highlighted the attractiveness of offers from cities like Arlington and hinted at the possibility of similar ventures based on the success of the Summer Series.

Khan addressed the scheduling shift for All Out, citing a desire to enhance the fan experience following the previous event at Wembley’s All In. He also noted increased competition on Labor Day but viewed the decision to remain in Chicago and shift to September as beneficial.

As anticipation builds for AEW Double Or Nothing 2024, be sure to tune in here on Ringside News Sunday night for live coverage of the event’s results.

In conclusion, what aspects of AEW Double Or Nothing 2024 are you most looking forward to? Share your thoughts and predictions in the comments below!

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