They have to do it again. AEW Double Or Nothing has come and gone and there were a lot of big things taking place up and down the card. It was another major pay per view effort from AEW and that is a good thing for all of the fans as they have a very good track record in the big shows. One thing stood out on the show though and that is something that we might be seeing again.
The show’s main event was a first time ever concept called the Stadium Stampede. There was a ring set up in the middle of TIAA Bank Field and ten men went to battle throughout the stadium. This led to some incredibly unique moments, including a fight in a bar, a horse running around the stadium, and Matt Hardy nearly drowning in a pool. It was enough to make you want to see more, and now you very well may get to.
According to Wrestling Observer Radio, the Stadium Stampede will be an annual event as AEW has created it as their signature major match. The Khan Family, who own AEW, also own the Jacksonville Jaguars, which is how Stadium Stampede came into being in the first place. There is no word on when another such match will take place, or if it will be a regular Double Or Nothing tradition.
The full version is better. Check out how the match went:
Opinion: They kind of have to do the match again after it was this kind of insanity. This is the kind of match that AEW can point to and show everything that they are capable of in such a unique setting. Imagine what they are capable of doing under more ideal situations, such as having people in the stadium with them for a better atmosphere. AEW nailed this and I’d love to see what else they can do with it.
What did you think of the match? What should be done in the sequel? Let us know in the comments below.
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