Unveiling the AEW Double or Nothing 2023 Extravaganza

AEW Double or Nothing 2023: Your Insider’s Guide to the Epic Showdown

Back in 2019, All Elite Wrestling (AEW) dropped its first-ever PPV bombshell—Double or Nothing, a spectacle set to surpass the glory of “All In,” the very event that laid the foundation for AEW’s rise. Fast forward to May 28, and the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas is gearing up to host this year’s Double or Nothing, a show that promises to be a game-changer.

The Main Event: MJF’s Title Defense Showdown

The centre stage is reserved for MJF defending the AEW World Title against Sammy Guevara, “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry, and Darby Allin. It’s a high-stakes battle where AEW’s Four Pillars aim to showcase that the future of AEW is in capable hands.

Anarchy in the Arena: Chaos Unleashed

Prepare for an Anarchy in the Arena match, pitting The Elite against the Blackpool Combat Club in a no-disqualification, tornado tag showdown. Kenny Omega, Matt Jackson, Nick Jackson, and “Hangman” Adam Page will collide with Bryan Danielson, Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli, and Wheeler Yuta, promising chaos at every turn.

Title Showdowns Galore

The undercard is stacked with world title bouts. FTR defends the AEW World Tag Team Titles against Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal, while Jamie Hayter puts the AEW Women’s World Title on the line against Toni Storm. Orange Cassidy defends the AEW International Title in a 21-man battle royal, and Wardlow faces off against Christian Cage for the TNT Title. Jade Cargill also defends the TBS Title against Taya Valkyrie.

Grudge Matches Heating Up

The event is not just about titles. Ethan Page and Matt Hardy aim to settle their long-standing rivalry, and the sparks are flying in the feud between Adam Cole and Chris Jericho.

Your All-Access Pass: How to Watch

For those eager to witness the action unfold, here’s your ticket to the show. AEW Double or Nothing 2023 can be caught on BR Live in the U.S. and DAZN worldwide.

Global Viewing Guide:

  • United States:
    • Date: Sunday, May 28
    • Channel: BR Live
  • Canada:
    • Date: Sunday, May 28
    • Channels: DAZN, FITE,
  • United Kingdom:
    • Date: Monday, May 29
    • Channels: DAZN, FITE,
  • Australia:
    • Date: Monday, May 29
    • Channels: DAZN, FITE,

The Big Question: How Much for the PPV?

Let’s talk dollars and cents. To stream the event on B/R Live, it’ll set you back $49.99. The traditional pay-per-view route is also pegged at the same price. For those using DAZN, the prices vary by region, ranging from £16.99 in the UK to $379 in Mexico.

Set Your Clocks: When and Where?

Mark your calendars for Sunday, May 28. The buy-in pre-show kicks off at 7 p.m. ET, followed by the main card at 8 p.m. ET. For those tuning in from different time zones, we’ve got you covered with 5 p.m. PT, 1 a.m. BST, and 10 a.m. AEST.

The Matchup Rundown

Curious about the showdowns? Here’s the AEW Double or Nothing 2023 match card:

  • MJF (c) vs. Sammy Guevara vs. “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry vs. Darby Allin for the AEW World Title
  • The Elite vs. Blackpool Combat Club in an Anarchy in the Arena match
  • Jamie Hayter (c) vs. Toni Storm for the AEW Women’s World Title
  • FTR (c) vs. Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal for the AEW World Tag Team Titles
  • Orange Cassidy (c) in a 21-man Blackjack Battle Royal
  • Wardlow (c) vs. Christian Cage for the AEW TNT Title
  • Jade Cargill (c) vs. Taya Valkyrie for the AEW TBS Title
  • Ethan Page and The Gunns vs. Jeff Hardy, Matt Hardy, and HOOK
  • Adam Cole vs. Chris Jericho in an Unsanctioned match
  • House of Black (c) vs. TBA for the AEW World Trios Titles

Flashback to AEW Double or Nothing 2022

As we gear up for the 2023 edition, let’s revisit the excitement of AEW Double or Nothing 2022. Set in the iconic T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, the event was not just confined to screens. AEW and Joe Hand Promotions partnered to beam the action live to theatres across the United States.

Cinematic Spectacle: AEW in Movie Theaters

In a groundbreaking move, AEW collaborated with Joe Hand Promotions to showcase Double or Nothing in theatres like Cinemark, AMC, Regal, Marcus Theatres, Emagine Entertainment, and Harkins Theatres. It’s a novel way to bring fans together in unconventional venues, a trend that’s catching on in the sporting world.

Save the Date: AEW Double or Nothing 2022

On May 29, 2022, AEW wowed audiences with Double or Nothing. The main card kicked off at 8 p.m. ET, preceded by the buy-in pre-show at 7 p.m. ET. U.S. fans caught the action on BR Live and traditional pay-per-view, while international viewers tuned in on

The Clash of Titans: AEW Double or Nothing 2022 Matches

The 2022 edition featured blockbuster matchups:

  • “Hangman” Adam Page (c) vs. CM Punk for the AEW World Title
  • Thunder Rosa (c) vs. Serena Deeb for the AEW Women’s World Title
  • Jurassic Express (c) vs. Team Taz vs. Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland for the AEW World Tag Team Titles
  • Jade Cargill (c) vs. Anna Jay for the TBS Title
  • Samoa Joe vs. Adam Cole in the Men’s Owen Hart Cup Tournament Final
  • Ruby Soho vs. Britt Baker in the Women’s Owen Hart Cup Tournament Final
  • Matt and Jeff Hardy vs. The Young Bucks
  • Jericho Appreciation Society vs. Eddie Kingston, Santana, Ortiz, and The Blackpool Combat Club
  • House of Black vs. Death Triangle
  • MJF vs. Wardlow
  • Kyle O’Reilly vs. Darby Allin
  • American Top Team vs. Sammy Guevara, Frankie Kazarian, and Tay Conti
  • Hook and Danhausen vs. Tony Nese and “Smart” Mark Sterling

Conclusion: Brace Yourself for AEW Double or Nothing 2023

As the countdown begins for AEW Double or Nothing 2023, wrestling enthusiasts worldwide are gearing up for a spectacle that promises unforgettable moments and fierce showdowns. Whether you’re catching it live, on your screen, or in a movie theatre near you, one thing’s for sure—it’s a date with adrenaline-pumping action you wouldn’t want to miss!

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