Double Or Nothing

The Sixth Annual Double Or Nothing Official Date And Venue Are Revealed

At tonight’s AEW Revolution pre-show, the sixth annual Double or Nothing pay-per-view’s official date and venue were revealed. As anticipated, AEW will continue its history of holding the tournament over Memorial Day weekend by returning to Paradise, Nevada, in the T-Mobile Arena on Sunday, May 28th.

The MGM Grand Garden Arena will serve as the location for both of AEW’s weekly shows, Dynamite and Rampage, which will both be broadcast live from there. Since May 27 is allegedly the date of Saudi Arabia’s King and Queen of the Ring premium live event, many believe the event to be AEW’s response to WWE’s WrestleMania.

This will be the third time that AEW has hosted “Double or Nothing” in Nevada; the first time was in 2019, at which Chris Jericho qualified for the first-ever AEW World Championship match, which he would go on to win at AEW All Out. In addition to the first-ever Owen Hart Cup finals, which AEW CEO Tony Khan has openly stated he wants to repeat, last year’s PPV featured CM Punk’s victory over “Hangman” Adam Page to win his first AEW World Title.

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Adam Cole and Dr. Britt Baker, the winning couple from the previous year, received personalized title belts as a memento of the occasion. After tonight’s airing of AEW Revolution, the next PPV on the AEW schedule is Double or Nothing. After Double or Nothing, AEW is ready to stage the second iteration of their joint event with NJPW, “Forbidden Door,” in June.

Tony Khan is a very private person, with little info about his personal life available online. Nevertheless, since AEW’s inception, some fascinating facts about AEW’s founder have emerged, ranging from his early wrestling fandom to fascinating behind-the-scenes stories of AEW’s formation and recent success.Tony Khan clearly enjoys wrestling, as evidenced by his childlike glee whenever he discusses it in interviews. Tony Khan revealed that as a child, he used to book wrestling shows and even tried to submit scripts for Raw as a teenager.


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