AEW will present the Double or Nothing pay-per-view on Sunday May 28th. The show will emanate from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
21 Man Blackjack Battle Royal For The AEW International Championship
This is a match to get multiple wrestlers on the card who are not involved in other feuds. Orange Cassidy remains on a role with the most successful championships of anyone in AEW history. If Cassidy is going to lose the championship, it will be in a bigger match than this.
Winner – Orange Cassidy
FTR (c) vs. Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal – Mark Briscoe To Serve As Special Guest Referee
While it does feel too early for FTR to lose the championships, the addition of Jeff Jarrett does provide that sense of doubt. Mark Briscoe will be the deciding factor in this title match, most likely growing frustrated with the antics of Jarrett and Lethal, and aiding FTR with a victory.
Wardlow (c) vs. Christian Cage – Ladder match for the TNT Championship
This is the championship that is most likely to change hands at Double or Nothing. The no disqualification aspect of the ladder match means that Luchasaurus can get involved as often as he likes to give Cage the advantage. While Wardlow will fight off both men on multiple occasions and Arn Anderson will most likely get involved too, the numbers game will catch up to the champion resulting in a win for Christian Cage.
Winner – Christian Cage
Jade Cargill (c) vs. Taya Valkyrie – Singles match for the TBS Championship
Jade Cargill remains the only TBS Champion following the introduction of the title. With this being the first defence of the championship on pay-per-view since Full Gear and a credible challenger in Taya Valkyrie, this might be the time that the lengthy championship reign finally comes to an end.
Winner – Taya Valkyrie
Adam Cole vs. Chris Jericho – Unsanctioned Match
While this is being billed as a one-on-one match, it will be a contest with multiple run-ins. The J.A.S. and Cole’s allies will get involved throughout the match, giving it a more faction war type scenario. With the brutality being saved for the Anarchy In The Arena match later on, expect weapons spots but not as bloody or barbaric. With this being Cole’s first major match back since his return from injury, he is most likely to win the match against Jericho.
Winner – Adam Cole
Ethan Page and The Gunns vs. The Hardys and Isiah Kassidy – If The Hardy Party win, They Get Control Of Ethan Page’s Contract
Much like earlier in the year where The Firm had control of Matt Hardy, it feels like the reverse will be happening following Double or Nothing. The Hardy Party will win the match to provide some comedic moments with Page on the next few weeks of AEW TV.
Winners – Hardy Party
Jamie Hayter (c) vs. Toni Storm – Singles match for the AEW Women’s Championship
With The Outcasts frequently standing tall on AEW TV and with Hayter dealing with an injury before the pay-per-view, the match will likely see Hayter overcome the adversity. Expect Storm to target the injury of Hayter, and for The Outcasts to provide distractions. Hayter will walk out of Double or Nothing still champion, setting up for a big match in August at Wembley Stadium.
Winner – Jamie Hayter
The Elite vs. Blackpool Combat Club – Anarchy In The Arena
This will be the most talked about match when Double or Nothing is over. Lots of blood, brutal weapon spots and moments that will make Deathmatch fans uncomfortable are all to be expected in this violent match. With babyface Cole likely to win the Unsanctioned Match earlier in the night, the experience and killer instinct of The BCC will give them the advantage and ultimately the victory, possibly with the help of Don Callis.
Winners – The Blackpool Combat Club
MJF (c) vs. Sammy Guevara vs. Jungle Boy vs. Darby Allin – 4-Way match for the AEW World Championship
With none of the other 3 pillars feeling like a major threat in this match, MJF is very likely to remain champion when the match is over. Allin and Guevara will provide the high spots and stunts in the match, with MJF likely to sneak a pinfall win following a big move from one of the other pillars.
Winner – MJF
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