AEW Double Or Nothing lineup: Eight matches advertised for Saturday’s pay-per-view, ladder match entrants, pay-per-view pricing

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

The following matches are advertised for the All Elite Wrestling “Double Or Nothing” pay-per-view that will be held on Saturday in Jacksonville, Florida at Daily’s Place.

-Jon Moxley vs. Brodie Lee for the AEW Championship.

-Cody vs. Lance Archer in the finals of the TNT Title tournament.

-Nyla Rose vs. Hikaru Shida for the AEW Women’s Championship.

-“The Inner Circle” Chris Jericho, Santana, Ortiz, Sammy Guevara, and Jake Hager vs. Matt Hardy, Kenny Omega, Matt Jackson, Nick Jackson, and Hangman Page in a Stampede Stadium match.

-Casino Ladder Match (Entrants: Darby Allin, Colt Cabana, Orange Cassidy, Fenix, Scorpio Sky, Kip Sabian, Frankie Kazarian, Luchasaurus, one mystery wrestler).

-MJF vs. Jungle Boy.

-Britt Baker vs. Kris Statlander

-Pre-Show: Private Party” Marq Quen and Isiah Kassidy vs. “Best Friends” Chuck Taylor and Trent to become No. 1 contenders to the AEW Tag Titles.

Powell’s POV: AEW announced that the ninth person in the ladder match will be a mystery wrestler. The winner of the ladder match will receive a shot at the AEW Championship. Boxing legend Mike Tyson will present the TNT Title to the winner of the Cody vs. Archer match. The pay-per-view is listed for $49.99 on B/R Live and will also be available via pay-per-view via cable and satellite, and via FITE TV internationally. Join me for live coverage on Saturday beginning with the pre-show at 6:30CT/7:30ET, with the main show beginning at 7CT/8ET. Dot Net Members will hear an exclusive same night audio review on Saturday night.



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Readers Comments (1)

  1. Write This Way May 19, 2020 @ 12:24 pm

    Nearly 40 million unemployment claims and these idiots are still charging $49.99. It’s classless, at best, for them to charge this much.

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