The AEW Double Or Nothing 2022 Pre-Show Match Has Been Revealed

The AEW Double Or Nothing 2022 Pre-Show Match Has Been Revealed

As previously stated, former ROH star Danhausen made his in-ring debut against Tony Nese on tonight’s AEW Dynamite. Regretfully for the very nice, very villainous star, he was crushed in less than a min by a running knee in the corner from Nese.

Hook will then emerge from the backstage area and charge into the ring to confront Nese and Mark Sterling. Despite some perplexing interactions recently, Danhausen & Hook have joined forces and are now known as HookHausen ot Hook & Danhuasen.

Later in the show, it was announced that the team will team up to face Tony Nese and Mark Sterling in the buy-in, pre-show fight at AEW Double or Nothing. As previously stated, the major event will pit AEW World Heavyweight Champion Hangman Page against #1 title challenger CM Punk.

The updated AEW Double or Nothing card is available below:

Pre-show buy-in

• Tony Nese and ‘Smart’ Mark Sterling vs. HookHausen (Hook & Danhuasen)

The primary card

• Wardlow versus MJF
• Wardlow’s contract with MJF will be terminated if he wins. If he loses, he will never be able to sign an AEW contract.
• Thunder Rosa (c) vs. Serena Deeb AEW WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP
• Hangman Page (c) vs. CM Punk

Tonight’s AEW Dynamite included a segment in which MJF and Wardlow faced off in the ring, though MJF had a security team, Shawn Spears, and handcuffed Wardlow to ensure his safety.

MJF then disclosed the terms of the contract for a singles match between the two men at Double Or Nothing. Wardlow has to go through several trials in the coming weeks before he can even get his hands on MJF at the very next AEW pay-per-view.

To begin, Shawn Spears will deliver ten chair shots to Wardlow’s back. Wardlow and Shawn Spears would then compete in a steel cage match if he survives the pain of that encounter. Wardlow still hasn’t won a steel cage fight. To make matters worse, MJF will be the special guest referee in the steel cage match.

If he completes the work, Wardlow will face MJF in a one-on-one match at Double Or Nothing later this summer and will be set to release from his MJF agreement if he succeeds. However, it was eventually discovered that if Wardlow does not win Double Or Nothing on May 29, he would be barred from ever signing an AEW agreement.


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.