Keep up the pace. We are less than two weeks away from AEW’s next pay per view offering with Double Or Nothing, which serves as the company’s anniversary show. The company is going to go a little bit further to make the show into a bit deal and that means stacking the card as well as they can. That was the case this week, as several more matches were confirmed.

AEW confirmed three more matches for Double Or Nothing during this week’s edition of Dynamite. First, Sting and Darby Allin will face Scorpio Sky and Ethan Page in a tag match. The announcement emphasized that the match will be a standard match rather than cinematic and will be Sting’s first regular match in nearly six years. The match was announced after the four men brawled earlier in the show.

Second, the Inner Circle accepted the Pinnacle’s challenge to a Stadium Stampede, with the Inner Circle being forced to disband if they lose. This will be the second such match in AEW history, following the Elite vs. the Inner Circle at last year’s Double Or Nothing. Finally, the Young Bucks will defend the Tag Team Titles against the team of Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston, the latter of whom stole the Bucks’ shoes to end the show.

It was a busy night. Check out how we got to the matches:

Mox and Kingston Stole the Bucks DIORS! The Main Event Ended with a Bang | AEW Dynamite, 5/19/21

Opinion: This is the kind of night that the show needed as they added in so many things all in two hours. Throw in the fourth match which was announced earlier in the day and we have a good chunk of the card set in one day. Each one of the matches could go in a few directions and that makes for a fun night. AEW has a tendency to live up to the hype and if that is the case, Double Or Nothing should be great.

How do you see the matches going? Which one interests you most? Let us know in the comments below.

Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.

Keep up with the LATEST WRESTLING RUMORS! Click here to sign up for the exclusive Wrestling Rumors daily newsletter, delivered right to your inbox.


  • Impact Wrestling Results – May 13, 2021

  • AEW Dynamite Live Coverage And Results – May 19, 2021

    Live Coverage
  • New Title Match Set For AEW Double Or Nothing

  • Several NXT Names Released, Including Controversial Referee

  • AEW Dynamite Switching Networks in 2022; Adding New Show

  • The Clown Show: Bray Wyatt Teases Return To WWE Television

  • WATCH: Emotional Moment After NXT Goes Off The Air

  • Backstage News On WWE Splitting Tag Team, One Member Sent Home

  • An Attitude Era WWE Star Had A Cameo At WrestleMania Backlash

  • Here’s Why Two Monday Night Raw Stars’ Stories Were Dropped