One of the biggest pay per views in AEW history will be AEW Double or Nothing 2022. The show will be broadcast live from Las Vegas, Nevada, with the arena current not confirmed. Rumours suggest a return to the MGM Grand, where the first AEW Double or Nothing took place, but currently the venue for the 2022 edition has not been confirmed.
The event has previously played host to some of the biggest matches in AEW history. In last years event, Kenny Omega defended his AEW Championship against PAC and Orange Cassidy in a rare Three Way match in AEW.
Prior to that, Double or Nothing 2020 saw AEW Champion Jon Moxley defeat the late Brodie Lee for the AEW Championship. In the first event, and the first AEW Pay Per View ever, Cody Rhodes defeated his brother Dustin Rhodes in one of the best AEW matches the company has ever seen.
AEW Double or Nothing 2022 What time is it?
The date for AEW Double or Nothing has not yet been revealed. Traditionally, the event has taken place on the last weekend of May. AEW Double or Nothing 2022 will take place on Saturday 28th May, 2022 if it follows this pattern this year.
The show will kick off at 1am if previous pay per views are to be followed. The show will last four hours, Tony Khan has confirmed of all pay per views. AEW Double or Nothing 2022 will also have a 1 hour pre-show prior to the show. This will be branded as the AEW Double or Nothing 2022 “Buy In” show, and will be broadcast live on Youtube.
What matches will be on the show?
Currently no matches are scheduled for the show. It is likely that a Casino Battle Royale will be taking place on the show. The winner of the match will earn a future title shot against the AEW Champion. Last years winner was Jungle Boy, who faced AEW Champion Kenny Omega on AEW Dynamite in a losing effort.
It is also expected that the AEW Championship, TNT Championship, Tag Team Championships, Women’s Championship and TBS Championship will be defended on the show, although they are yet to be announced.