The card continues to grow. Despite the success that it has had so far, AEW has not been around all that long. We are still less than a year removed from their first event with Double Or Nothing 2019 in Las Vegas. That alone makes it one of their biggest and most important events ever, meaning a sequel is all but a given. That show has been announced, and now we are seeing what is being announced.
Double Or Nothing is scheduled for May 23, 2020 but the more complicated situation is figuring out where the show is going to take place. It was originally scheduled to take place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada but the Coronavirus caused Nevada to ban all large scale events. That being said, AEW is still going to be running a show, and several matches were added to the card this week.
Several more matches were added to the Double Or Nothing card on this week’s Dynamite. During the show, four more matches were added to the card, bringing the card up to eight matches. The following matches were added to the show this week:
Stadium Stampede: Matt Hardy/The Elite vs. Inner Circle
Women’s Title: Nyla Rose(c) vs. Hikaru Shida
#1 Contenders Match: Private Party vs. Best Friends (Pre-Show)
Britt Baker vs. Kris Stadtlander
The Stadium Stampede is a match that will take place TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, home of the Jacksonville, Jaguars. No rules have been announced, though it was implied that the match will take place throughout the entire stadium.
Here are the matches previously announced:
AEW World Title: Jon Moxley(c) vs. Brodie Lee
TNT Title: Cody vs. Lance Archer
Casino Ladder Match
Maxwell Jacob Friedman vs. Jungle Boy
The matches are sounding good. Check out some of what is coming:
Opinion: The card is starting to get built up rather well and that’s a good thing. We have about a week and a half to go before the show takes place and that means the show needed a night like this. They won’t be needing much else added to the card and that means they can spend the next week building up what they already have. The show is looking solid and hopefully that is the case when we actually get there.
What are you expecting for the show? Which match sounds best? Let us know in the comments below.
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