What time is it for AEW Double or Nothing 2022? Where to Watch Matches

What time is it for AEW Double or Nothing 2022? Where to Watch Matches

AEW Double or Nothing 2022 will be one of the biggest pay per views in AEW history. The show will be live streamed from Las Vegas, Nevada, though the arena has yet to be determined. The event, which will actually occur at the T-Mobile Arena on the Las Vegas Strip, will be among the largest AEW Pay Per Views to date.

The event has previously hosted some of the most important fights in AEW history. Last year’s event saw Kenny Omega protect his AEW Championship against PAC as well as Orange Cassidy in an AEW first-ever three-way fight. AEW Double or Nothing 2022 will almost certainly feature some fights that rival that three-way dance.

Even before to that, AEW Champion Jon Moxley defeated the late Brodie Lee for the AEW Championship in Double or Nothing 2020. Cody Rhodes crushed his brother Dustin Rhodes in one of best AEW fights ever seen in the first event, and the first AEW Pay Per View ever. Also with Cody Rhodes’ Wrestlemania debut looming as he signs with WWE after leaving AEW, hopefully AEW Double or Nothing 2022 lives up to that classic match.

2022 AEW Double or Nothing: What time does it begin?

The timeline for AEW Double or Nothing has been announced as May 29th, 2022. The show will actually occur on a Sunday, trying to break the AEW ritual of Saturday Pay Per Views, which has contributed to the company’s success.

If prior pay per view dates are abided, the show will begin at 1am. Tony Khan has revealed that all pay per view shows will last four hours. AEW Double or Nothing 2022 would also feature a one-hour pre-show. It will be known as the AEW Double or Nothing 2022 “Buy In” event, and it will be streamed live on YouTube.

What matches will be featured on the show?

There are currently no matches scheduled for the show. The show will almost certainly feature a Casino Battle Royale. The winner of the match will face the AEW Champion in a future title match. Last year’s victor was Jungle Boy, who lost to AEW Champion Kenny Omega on AEW Dynamite.

The AEW Championship, TNT Championship, Tag Team Championships, Women’s Championship, and TBS Championship are also expected to be defended on the show, though this has yet to be confirmed.


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