AEW Double Or Nothing Results (5/29/2022): T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV.

It’s Sunday night, and you know what that means …

All Elite Wrestling returns from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada with their third-annual AEW Double Or Nothing pay-per-view.

Tonight’s special event kicks off at 7:30pm EST. / 4:30pm PST. with “The Buy-In” pre-show, featuring Hook & Danhausen vs. Tony Nese & “Smart” Mark Sterling in tag-team action. Watch “The Buy-In” for AEW Double Or Nothing 2022 right here at via the YouTube player embedded below.

From there, things transition over to the PPV event headlined by “Hangman” Adam Page vs. CM Punk for the AEW World Heavyweight Championship, as well as the finals of the first-ever men’s and women’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournaments.

In other championship action scheduled for AEW DoN 2022, Thunder Rosa defends the AEW Women’s Championship against Serena Deeb, Jurassic Express defends the AEW Tag-Team Championships against Team Taz and the duo of Keith Lee & Shane “Swerve” Strickland, as well as Jade Cargill putting her TBS Women’s Championship on-the-line against Anna Jay.

Additionally, tonight’s big event will feature J.A.S. vs. Eddie Kingston, Santana, Ortiz & Blackpool Combat Club, Kyle O’Reilly goes one-on-one against Darby Allin, The House of Black squares off against Death Triangle, The Hardys will battle The Young Bucks, MJF takes on Wardlow, and in Mixed AEW Trios action we will see Scorpio Sky, Ethan Page & Paige Van Zant take on Sammy Guevara, Frankie Kazarian & Tay Conti.

Featured below are complete AEW Double Or Nothing 2022 results, which were written live by reporter Matt Boone (@MattBoone0709) on Sunday, May 29, 2022.


We are live! “The Buy-In” to AEW Double Or Nothing 2022 pre-show is now officially underway.

The camera pans the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV. and then settles in at the commentary desk, where the duo of Excalibur and Tony Schiavone run down the scheduled lineup for tonight’s show.

From there, we are sent to our first video package that breaks down the build-up to a particular match on tonight’s card. The first one up looks at The House of Black taking on Death Triangle in AEW Trios action.

The Acclaimed Kicks Things Off Inside T-Mobile Arena

Once the video package wraps up, we hear the familiar sounds of The Acclaimed theme song as Max Caster does his usual freestyle rap gimmick on the way to the ring alongside Anthony Bowens.

Caster drops his usual diss lines aimed at current storylines and AEW stars. Bowens finishes up their ring walk routine with his screaming of the show name and location.

They wrap that up and head to the back and then we cut to the “My Deamons Know how to Swim” promo from Saturday on AEW’s social media channels, with Eddie Kingston drinking and talking about being scared of what he’s going to do to Chris Jericho in tonight’s Anarchy in the Arena match.

After that wraps up, the commentators send us to another video package, this time looking at Owen Hart Foundation and AEW teaming up. This transitions to a look at the men’s and women’s finals of the inaugural Owen Hart Foundation Tournament, with Adam Cole vs. Samoa Joe and Dr. Britt Baker vs. Ruby Soho.

Hook & Danhausen vs. Tony Nese & “Smart” Mark Sterling

We return inside the arena after the Owen Hart Tourney vignette wraps up. The announce team grows by one with the addition of Taz and then we head down to the ring for our lone bout on “The Buy-In” at AEW Double Or Nothing 2022.

The theme music for Tony Nese hits and out he comes accompanied by “Smart” Mark Sterling, who is in goofy ring attire that gets the commentary team cracking up.

“The Premier Athlete” and “Smart” Mark settle inside the squared circle and their theme music dies down. Now the theme for Danhausen hits and out he comes to an impressive pop from the fans in Las Vegas.

Danhausen stops half-way down the ramp and then the familiar sounds of Action Bronson hits to bring out “The Cold-Hearted Handsome Devil” Hook. Hook also gets a “Road Warrior Pop” as he joins Danhausen and heads to the ring.

All four men are settled in the ring now and Hook’s theme dies down. The bell finally sounds to get this one off-and-running. Hook and Nese kick things off for their respective teams.

Fans loudly chant “Hook! Hook! Hook!” as the two circle each other and lock-up. Nese gets a little control and the fans boo. Hook quickly takes it back and throws Nese down to the mat.

Nese rolls out to the floor to regroup with Sterling and then heads back in the ring. Danhausen tags himself in and Nese laughs. He leans over and allows Danhausen to get a free headlock, ala Jerry Lawler with Andy Kaufman in “Man on the Moon.”

Much like the aforementioned Jim Carrey major motion picture, we see this backfire on Danhausen, as Nese sends him down to the mat with authority. He gets in some more offense, dominating Danhausen and then tags in Sterling.

“Smart” Mark enters the ring as Tony Schiavone informs the viewing audience at home that the Bleacher Report app is now working properly for those who were experiencing issues streaming the show on B/R Live.

Sterling lands a shot or two and then quickly tags back out, bringing Nese back in to work over Danhausen in what is turning into a one-sided affair thus far. Sterling tags back in but misses a leg drop, so he quickly tags “The Premier Athlete” back in.

Danhausen shows off some of the work he has been doing in the ring with Hook as of late, as he launches Nese with a suplex before finally making it to his corner to make the much-needed tag to “The Cold-Hearted Handsome Devil.”

Hook starts sending bodies flying all over the place, showing off the similar skill-set that his father, Taz, showed throughout the years, executing a wide-variety of suplexes and throws.

Speaking of Taz, “The Human Suplex Machine” predicts this one is nearly over, just as his son sends Sterling flying across the ring with a suplex following another tag. Just as Hook has Sterling down for the count, we see Danhausen request the tag. Hook obliges and Danhausen easily makes the cover and picks up the pin fall victory for his team.

The commentators inform us that Danhausen has gained the revenge he saught on Sterling and Nese with the help of Hook. Decent pre-show opening contest that the crowd thoroughly enjoyed.

Winners: Hook & Danhausen

Special Look At Tonight’s DoN Main Event

We see a look at the video package that tells the story for tonight’s main event between CM Punk and “Hangman” Adam Page and then we shoot over to the commentary table where Taz has left his seat.

Oklahoma’s Favorite “Boomer Sooner” Takes His Seat

Excalibur and Tony Schiavone mention once again that the Bleacher Report app is now fixed. The classic Oklahoma “Boomer Sooner” music plays to bring out “Good Ole J.R.”

Jim Ross takes his seat alongside Excalibur and Tony Schiavone and the trio that will be calling tonight’s pay-per-view event get their final pre-PPV banter out of the way.

After one final hard sell for tonight’s PPV event, “The Buy-In” at AEW Double Or Nothing 2022 wraps up. It’s pay-per-view time folks, hang tight!


The cold open video package airs to get tonight’s AEW Double Or Nothing 2022 pay-per-view officially underway.

MJF vs. Wardlow

The theme hits to bring out Maxwell Jacob Friedman, as it looks like MJF vs. Wardlow will be kicking things off at tonight’s AEW DoN PPV.

After it seemed like this match may not happen with MJf missing his scheduled appearance at the AEW DoN Fan Fest earlier this weekend, The Pinnacle leader does, in fact, emerge and begin making his way down to the squared circle as the fans spread throughout the arena with a defeaning “Assh*le! Assh*le!” chant.

MJF settles in the ring as the chants only grow louder. From there, we shoot backstage and see Wardlow accompanied by a number of security guards. The handcuffed former bodyguard for The Pinnacle leader begins making his way to the ring.

The commentators point out how it looks like Wardlow is salivating at the prospect of finally getting to exact revenge on MJF here tonight. He emerges from the entrance tunnel to a roar from the Vegas AEW fans and then heads to the ring where he is let out of his handcuffs.

Our PPV opener is about to get underway. Both participants are in the ring, the stage is set and the bell finally sounds to get this one off-and-running. MJF immediately rolls out of the ring. The fans boo and then break out in a “He showed up! He showed up!” chant as Friedman attempts to sneak his way into a free cheap shot from behind to Wardlow.

Wardlow eats it and then snatches MJF up with intentions of delivering his “Powerbomb Symphony.” Instead, MJF breaks free and once again heads for higher ground, sliding under the ring ropes and trying to get another breather on the floor at ringside.

He finally re-enters the ring and after nearly getting Donkey Kong’d by Wardlow, he manages to get a poke to the eye that gives him a bit of breathing room and an ability to establish some offensive ground.

He gets in some shots on Wardlow, but it isn’t long before he is screaming out of fear as the bigger man starts to unload his pent up aggression on him. The fans chant “P*ssy!” and “B*llsh*t” at him as he scurries out of the ring and attempts to avoid the fight once again.

MJF yells at the crowd to shut up and hollers over at Wardlow that they can work this out with words. The fans boo and Wardlow is having none of it. MJF tries sealing the deal with a handshake to confirm said-peace-offer, however Wardlow hangs onto his grip and as his face turns to stone, he once again snatches MJF up and this time successfully begins taking MJF on a trip to a Powerbomb Symphony.

He hits one and the fans chant “One more time!” and then “Two more times!” Wardlow happily obliges. Wardlow picks MJF up again and shows him to all four sides of the building in mid-air before planting him down into the mat with a vengeance. A fourth and then fifth powerbomb appears to be all she wrote.

He puts a boot on MJF’s chest and the referee begins his three-count, which could go to 50 if he wanted, but instead Wardlow removes his boot after the count of two. He’s not done inflicting damage to his former employer. He hoists him up for a sixth powerbomb and then asks the fans if they want to see a seventh.

Wardlow connects with eight and nine and then pulls the straps down for the tenth and final powerbomb. His symphony is complete and he makes the cover, easily scoring the three-count and picking up the victory in what was essentially a one-sided squash match.

With the win, per the pre-match stipulation, Wardlow is now free from his contract with MJF, and is now free to officially sign with AEW. Meanwhile, MJF is put on a stretcher and carted to the back.

Winner: Wardlow

The Hardys vs. The Young Bucks

An in-depth pre-match video package airs to tell the story leading up to tonight’s highly-anticipated dream match pitting The Young Bucks (Nick and Matt Jackson) against The Hardys (Jeff and Matt Hardy) in tag-team action.

Once the video package wraps up, we return inside T-Mobile Arena where the super hot Las Vegas crowd sets the tone for our second PPV match of the evening.

The theme for The Young Bucks hits and out comes Matt and Nick Jackson. They settle in the ring and their music dies down.

Now the theme for The Hardys plays and as the iconic music rings throughout the arena, we see the iconic duo emerge. Matt and Jeff Hardy make their way down to the ring.

Caprice Coleman has joined Excalibur, Tony Schiavone and Jim Ross as special guest commentator for this big showdown between The Hardys and The Bucks.

The music and entrances are done and the bell sounds to get this one off-and-running. The crowd explodes as the early action gets underway in our second bout of tonight’s AEW DoN PPV.

We see The Hardys faring well coming out of the gate in this one. After a tag, Jeff ends up laid out on the mat. As Jackson looks for a follow-up spot, he pops back up and sends him out to the floor. Matt hits the ring and sends the other Young Bucks member out as well.

The fans erupt in a “Brandon Cutler!” random chant, which for some reason bugs The Young Bucks. They head out of the ring and scold Cutler for getting a pop from the fans in Vegas.

Back in the ring, Matt Hardy continues to dominate the action on behalf of The Hardys, taking it to Nick Jackson with ease before eventually tagging Jeff Hardy back into the ring.

Some double-team action from Nick and Matt Jackson lead to the first offensive control for The Young Bucks since the opening bell.

The two knock The Hardys out to the floor at ringside and follow-up with a high spot that pops the already red-hot crowd.

Back in the ring, Jackson works over Jeff Hardy as The Young Bucks widen the gap as they settle into a comfortable spot in the offensive driver’s seat in this tag-team tilt.

A big spot off the top in the corner from Jackson backfires, as Hardy moves and he crashes and burns on the mat. This leads to Matt Hardy tagging in.

After getting the hot tag, Matt Hardy hits and takes out any-and-everything that moves before leading the crowd in a “Delete! Delete!” chant. He hits his Side Effect near-finisher for a close near-fall.

We see a Twist of Fate attempt from Matt not go the way he planned. This leads to another offensive shift in momentum, as The Young Bucks once again take over control of the action.

From there, both sides see offensive runs going their way, nearly finishing the opposing team. Eventually we work our way to the finish, which sees two Twist of Fates from Matt Hardy connect before Jeff Hardy heads to the top-rope, where he connects with a match-ending Swanton Bomb for the pin fall victory.

Winners: The Hardys

TBS Women’s Championship
Jade Cargill (C) vs. Anna Jay

It’s time for our first championship match of the evening — a rematch with Jade Cargill defending her TBS Women’s Championship against Anna Jay.

After the pre-match video package wraps up, we send things back to the ring where “The Dapper Yapper” Justin Roberts brings out the challenger for this title showdown.

Anna Jay’s theme hits and out she comes, where she begins making her way to the ring. Her music fades down as she settles inside the squared circle.

Now the theme hits for the reigning and defending champion coming into this match, Jade Cargill, who begins heading to the ring for our next match of the evening.

Both ladies are in the ring and now the bell sounds to get this one off-and-running. Early on we see Cargill faring well. She begins manhandling Jay, while the commentators sing her praises.

Jay finally begins firing up for an offensive comeback of her own. She gets in a couple of spots and has some decent moments, but then Cargill begins taking back over.

We see Jay start to show signs of life again, as she starts getting in some more offense on the champion. She heads to the top-rope and connects with a flipping Blockbuster.

Cargill heads out of the rnig to catch a breather on the floor. As she does, Jay heads out after her to keep the pressure on the title-holder.

As Jay stalks Cargill on the floor, we see Kiera Hogan and Red Velvet of The Baddies attack Jay from behind. Jay ends up dumping both on their respective noggins on the floor.

Back in the ring, Jay continues to work over the champion in what is looking to be the hardest Cargill has ever had to fight in between the first and final bell since joining AEW.

“Smart” Mark Sterling emerges from the back as the fans boo and Jay continues to put it on Cargill in the ring. John Silver of The Dark Order ends up running down. He takes the neck brace off of Sterling and plants him on the floor with a brainbuster.

In the ring, Cargill hits Jay with her Eye of the Storm spot out of nowhere. She immediately goes for the cover, but Jay finds a way to kick out after the count of two.

Cargill looks to follow-up on the momentum shifting back into her favor, however Jay counters and locks in her Queenslayer. Cargill ends up ramming Jay into the turnbuckles after lunging backwards into the corner of the ring.

Both ladies fight their way to the top-rope in the corner soon after that. We see Stokley Hathaway making his way to the ringside area. Excalibur knows who he is, Tony Schiavone says he hasn’t seen him since 2017 and Jim Ross remarks, “I’ve never seen him!”

Meanwhile, Cargill ends up connecting with her finisher out of the corner to score the pin fall victory. With the win, Jade Cargill retains her TBS Women’s Championship.

Winner and STILL TBS Women’s Champion: Jade Cargill

“The Fallen Goddess” Athena Makes AEW Debut

The Baddies join Cargill in the ring after the match for a post-match attack. Kris Statlander ends up running down to make the save.

As Statlander stares down Cargill and The Baddies, we hear some music playing. The camera pans over to the entrance area to capture the entrance of the debuting Athena.

Former WWE Superstar known as Ember Moon makes her way down to the ring to a huge pop from the Vegas fans. She enters the ring and then Cargill and co. exit the ring.

They head to the back as Athena and Kris Statlander hold things down in the ring as Anna Jay gets back to her feet.

AEW Trios Match
The House Of Black vs. Death Triangle

We head to another video package to set the stage for our next match of the evening. AEW Trios action is up next here at AEW DoN.

The package wraps up and the theme for The House of Black plays as Malakai Black, Brody King and Buddy Matthews make their way down to the ring.

They settle inside and their music dies down. Now the Death Triangle theme plays to bring out Penta El Zero Miedo, Rey Fenix and “The Bastard” PAC.

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this six-man tag-team contest. Fenix and Black start things off for their respective teams.

After some early, fast-paced, back-and-forth action, we see Fenix whipped through the ropes in 6-1-9 fashion, where he swings back through and goes for a spinning roundhouse kick. It seems that his momentum takes him down to his butt.

Malakai takes a step forward and stares down at him before doing his trademark cross-legged seated pose right in front of him while he is still seated in similar fashion.

We see some tags after that as guys start filtering in-and-out of the match, keeping the action fresh and moving quick. The crowd is eating this one up with a spoon, much like they have everything else thus far this evening. Great crowd in Las Vegas tonight.

Things build to a spot where all six men are staring each other down, with the respective three members of each team staring across from each other on opposing sides of a stand-off.

After this, they all start brawling as the already loud crowd erupts. From there, the noise only gets louder and louder as these six continue to do their best to steal the show. We see some more big spots, as PAC had a stacked pin attempt that appeared to be all she wrote only for the match to continue.

We see another insane spot with Fenix clearing the ring post for an incredible high spot from the ring to the floor. Moments later, all six are going nuts in the ring with back-to-back spots. They all end up laid out as Tony Schiavone yells out, “We’re going to remember this six-man tag for a long time!”

As the action continues, we see flying knees, roundhouse kicks and super kicks from everyone as the momentum shifts in this match continue to be drastic and frequent. PAC hits a nice brainbuster and goes for the cover, only for Buddy Matthews to break it up.

Things build to a crazy Canadian Destroyer off of the back of a partner and then Death Triangle completely isolates Malakai Black after another wild high spot, with a big double foot stomp from the top-rope to the floor connecting for Fenix and Penta.

Back in the ring, things continue to go Death Triangle’s way as they look to close the deal. Fenix heads to the top-rope while Malakai wipes out Penta with a big back heel kick. PAC takes out Malakai moments later and then heads to the top-rope.

He looks for his Black Arrow finisher, only for Brody King to break it up. PAC takes him out and connects with a slingshot 450 splash. He then clears the ring and takes out Malakai with a back suplex before calling for the Black Arrow again. As Alex Abrahantes tries to interfere and provide a distraction, we see PAC land a blatant low-blow on Malakai before heading to the top to once again look for his Black Arrow finisher.

This time, the lights go out. When they come back on, Julia Hart appears and sprays black mist into PAC’s eyes. This leads to Malakai connecting with his roundhouse kick finisher for the pin fall victory.

Winners: The House of Black

Owen Hart Foundation Men’s Tournament
Adam Cole vs. Samoa Joe

After the AEW Trios match wraps up, we head to another pre-match video package. This time, the package tells the story leading up to our next match, which will feature Adam Cole going one-on-one against Samoa Joe in the finals of the men’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament.

We return from the break to the respective ring entrances of Adam Cole and Samoa Joe. The “Joe is gonna kill you! Joe is gonna kill you!” chants break out as soon as the bell sounds to get this one off-and-running.

Early on, we see Joe dominating the action with relative ease, taking it to Cole with dominating and punishing offense as Cole does his best to survive.

Joe has Cole backed up in the corner begging off when he turns to the crowd to taunt him, doing his “Bay-Bay!” routine. Cole tries to capitalize on this momentary lapse in focus from Joe, but it doesn’t go his way.

Instead, Joe continues to take it to Cole as the action spills out to the floor at ringside. Joe chops the hell out of Cole after catching up with him at ringside.

He has Cole seated on a chair on the floor and then backs way up. He builds up a full head of steam and begins charging at Cole. Cole moves at the last moment, and Joe crashes and burns.

This leads to Cole shifting the offensive momentum to his favor for the first time in the contest. He sends Joe into the steel ring post shoulder-first before bringing him back in the ring.

Cole continues to work Joe over in the ring as the commentators point out that in addition to Joe after the ring post spot moments ago, Cole is also favoring his shoulder in this match. They point out that Cole had his arm taped up before coming out tonight and still has it taped up, as we see, in the ring right now.

The shoulder of Adam Cole … Bay-Bay! is holding up well at the moment, as it is a complete non-issue while Cole beats down Joe and quiets the crowd down in the process.

We see Cole head to the middle rope looking for his Panama Sunrise spot, but this backfires on him. Joe tries to capitalize, but gets sent from the ring to the floor for his efforts.

Cole follows this up by lunging himself onto Joe on the floor, and targeting his weakened shoulder with more offense. Back in the ring, Joe connects with an STO out of the corner, planting Cole and buying himself some precious time to recover.

The action continues and we see some more shifts in momentum as each guy attempts to finish off the other for the win. In the end, we see Joe slap a choke on Cole that seemed to be all she wrote. Instead, Cole escapes and thanks to Bobby Fish, he “Lowers the Boom” for the pin fall victory to win the first-ever men’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament.

Winner of the Owen Hart Foundation Men’s Tournament: Adam Cole

Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament Finals
Dr. Britt Baker vs. Ruby Soho

After the men’s finals wrap up, we shift gears and prepare for the finals of the Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament.

On that note, the commentators send us to a pre-show package to tell the story leading up to tonight’s women’s tourney finals, with Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. going one-on-one against Ruby Soho.

When we return from the break, we see guitarist Rich Ward from Fozzy playing the familiar sounds of Britt Baker’s theme song.

Baker emerges as pyro and fireworks explode, and then she begins making her way down to the ring for the finals of the inaugural Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament.

With Baker in the ring and Ward finished jamming out on the axe at ringside, the theme for Ruby Soho by Rancid plays as the star of the same name makes her way to the ring.

The finals of the Owen Hart women’s tourney are now underway, as the bell sounds to get this one off-and-running.

We hear a final loud pop from the crowd as Rancid wraps up the bad-ass live performance that brought Ruby Soho to the ring. These two lock-up and then Baker backs Soho into a corner as fans break out in dueling “Ruby Soho!” and “D.M.D.!” chants.

Soho looks for the clean break, but instead gets pie-faced by Baker, who backs off in arrogant fashion before re-engaging. Baker goes on to control the offense for the first few minutes until some repeated clotheslines from Soho shifts things into her favor.

Soho ends up sending Baker out to the floor the hard way. She heads outside the ring ropes and builds up a head of steam before launching herself for a dropkick to Baker on the floor, landing flat on her back in the process. Ouch.

We see some replays of that one as the action continues and eventually finds its’ way back into the ring. Once inside the squared circle again, we see Baker start to take over. She dominates Soho with ease for a lengthy run in the offensive driver’s seat.

After some more offensive changes in momentum, things finally build to the finish in this one. Soho had close-call after close-call, but when all was said-and-done, we see Baker reverse a victory roll from Soho for the pin fall victory.

Winner of the inaugural Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament: Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D.

Dr. Martha Hart Joins Adam Cole, Britt Baker For Owen Hart Tournament Presentation

With the win, Baker becomes the winner of the first-ever Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament. Soho heads to the back and then Adam Cole re-emerges.

He joins his better-half, Britt Baker, as the power couple are on-hand for the announcement of the winners of the inaugural men’s and women’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournaments.

Tony Schiavone joins the two at the top of the entrance stage and then does a nice introduction for the widow of the late, great Owen Hart.

With that said, out comes Dr. Martha Hart to present Adam Cole and Dr. Britt Baker as the winners of the first-ever Owen Hart Foundation Tournament. The fans chant “Owen! Owen!” in a nice, feel-good moment.

She reads a lengthy pre-written speech that the crowd showed great respect to, popping huge after Dr. Martha Hart finished up each sentence, including at the end when she mentioned how she wants to see everyone next year wearing a beautiful hat like that one she’s wearing now (just a girly-looking bow / hat deal).

She then presents Adam Cole and Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. with their trophy for the Owen Hart Cup, as well as their respective Owen Hart Foundation Tournament Championship title belts. Good stuff here.

Mixed AEW Trios Match
Scorpio Sky, Ethan Page & Paige Van Zant vs. Sammy Guevara, Frankie Kazarian & Tay Conti

It’s time for some Mixed AEW Trios action, as we prepare for our next match of the evening here at AEW Double Or Nothing 2022.

After the video package telling the story leading up to this six-person tag-team match wraps up, we return inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV.

The team of TNT Champion Scorpio Sky, Ethan Page and women’s MMA star Paige Van Zant make their way out and head down to the ring accompanied by Dan Lambert of American Top Team.

Out next are their opponents. First to come out is Frankie Kazarian, who is still in possession of a championship title that he stole from the ATT gym in Florida in the segment that aired on the go-home AEW Double or Nothing 2022 broadcast earlier this week.

Once Kaz makes his way out, he is joined by his two tag-team partners for this one, as Sammy Guevara and Tay Conti emerge and elicit loud boos and negative chants from the Vegas crowd after obnoxiously French-kissing each other like their airplane was about to go down.

They finish up their ring walks together and with the other half of the equation in this one now settled into the ring, the music fades down and the bell sounds to get this one off-and-running.

After some initial back-and-forth action, we see the trio of Guevara, Kazarian and Conti settle into the offensive lead in the early goings.

A routine is being established where everytime Guevara, Kaz or Conti get a member of the opposing team in a compromising position, we hear Lambert at ringside loudly making some kind of remark to try and get heat from the fans.

Equally as often is a heel-get attempt from the other side of the ring, as Guevara and Conti keep making comments about how great the other is, and continue their vouyerism with deep tongue-kissing in front of a sold-out T-Mobile Arena.

After Jim Ross points out that the four men involved in this Mixed AEW Trios contest are dominating the ring time, with Conti and Van Zant yet to tag in as the legal participants in the match, we finally do see the women take over center-stage.

Paige Van Zant takes it to Conti early on, showing off the pro wrestling skills she has achieved after a short time working out in the squared circle for her in-ring debut.

The women’s MMA star continues to dominate things, as 12-Gauge Paige beats down Conti, and even makes time to take out Sammy Guevara with a big DDT for his efforts after he tries interfering.

PVZ looks to finish this one off, connecting with a big Michinoku Driver for a close near fall. Just as the commentators sing her praises for her in-ring abilities after such a short time of training, we see her on the defensive as Conti hits a big Judo throw that launches the former UFC contender half-way across the ring.

As Conti continues to display dominating offensive control, “The Spanish God” again joins her in the ring for a blatant and obnoxious make-out session. This time, even Frankie Kazarian has seen enough as he decides to walk out on the duo as if they were WWE and he was doing a Sasha Banks and/or Naomi impression. Too much? We continue! And so does the action in the ring.

Kaz ends up re-entering the scene, deciding not to walk out like “The Boss ‘N’ Glow Connection.” It’s a good thing for his team, as he immediately plays a factor in their favor, catching Sky off a springboard off the ropes for a near match-ending high spot.

Moments later, we see Guevara look to provide the assist to Kaz, but instead accidentally blasting Kazarian with a huge kick that lays him out. Soon after this, Sky and Page end up finishing this one off. The Men of the Year and Paige Van Zant end up pulling off the pin fall victory.

Fellow MMA star Austin Vanderford ends up joining Paige Van Zant in the ring for a post-match celebration, which includes Dan Lambert taking back the title belts that were stolen from his ATT gym by Guevara and Conti. With the loss, per pre-match stipulations, Guevara and Kaz can no longer challenge for the TNT Championship.

Winners: Scorpio Sky, Ethan Page & Paige Van Zant

Kyle O’Reilly vs. Darby Allin

It’s time for another one-on-one contest and we switch gears for the late singles match addition to tonight’s lineup, as Kyle O’Reilly’s music hits.

The reDRagon member makes his way out to the ring for his showdown against Darby Allin, who challenged O’Reilly in honor of Sting, who was injured by The Elite member weeks ago.

Both guys are in the ring, with no pre-match hype package airing like the past bouts on tonight’s card. The commentators note as soon as the bell rings that Allin will look to wrap this one up as fast as he can.

This one gets off-and-running and we immediately see Allin looking to rush O’Reilly, only to find himself the recipient of a brutal knee from him before being locked in an arm-bar on the mat.

Allin survives the arm-bar attempt, but is still on the wrong end of a one-sided beatdown, with O’Reilly gaining the plum Thai clinch when the two stand up. He uses that to control the fan-favorite as he blasts him with repeated knees.

The camera shows a close-up shot of Allin’s mouth busted open and bleeding as he is laid out on the mat. Moments later, we see a super slow-motion replay that shows O’Reilly blasting Allin with the running knee that busted him open in the early goings.

Back live, O’Reilly connects with a Code Red attempt that nearly finishes this one off. Allin survives, however, and ends up starting to show signs of life. He hits a Scorpion Death Drop that kills the momentum of O’Reilly.

Darby Allin looks for his Coffin Drop, which Excalibur calls his Coffin Splash, but O’Reilly has it well-scouted and avoids it. Moments later we see Allin connect with an over-the-top cutter. He then launches himself from the ring to the floor on O’Reilly, where both guys look to be possibly injured on the landing.

The commentators acknowledge this on the broadcast and mention the match official, Bryce Rymsberg, immediately looked to check on the two. Allin recovers and re-enters the ring where he does the same spot on the other side of the ring, this time diving right into a guillotine choke from O’Reilly.

Back in the ring, O’Reilly connects with Last Supper off the ropes for a close near fall. Jim Ross praises these two for using much more actual wrestling than he expected to see. O’Reilly hits a brainbuster on Darby for a close near fall attempt.

Soon thereafter, we see O’Reilly lock Allin in another cross arm-breaker on the mat. He transitions from that into a leg-lock submission attempt, as Allin screams out in pain before shifting the move into Sting’s Scorpion Death Lock, which Excalibur again blunders by calling it a Sharpshooter.

He should have mentioned still having Owen Hart on the mind after O’Reilly’s pal Adam Cole won the first-ever Owen Hart Foundation Tournament earlier in the evening. Schiavone ends up pointing out the move Allin has, as it was clearly intended as an homage to Sting and done to further the story line of Allin looking for revenge on O’Reilly for Sting in this match.

I digress.

The action continues with more near fall attempts and close submission attempts in the ring by both guys. Allin ends up heading to the top-rope for a Coffin Drop attempt. He ends up falling right into another cross-arm-breaker attempt by O’Reilly. The reDRagon member nearly finishes this one off there, but Allin ends up surviving.

We see the two end up in a back-and-forth striking match, which Allin surprisingly gets the better of. Two times we see O’Reilly using the unbreakable chain to try and finish Allin off. Allin fades but hangs in there. O’Reilly hits back-to-back Penalty Kicks and then a diving knee drop off the ropes for the pin fall victory.

Winner: Kyle O’Reilly

AEW Women’s Championship
Thunder Rosa (C) vs. Serena Deeb

It’s time for another championship match, as the AEW Women’s Champion will be decided when current title-holder Thunder Rosa puts her belt on-the-line in one-on-one action against women’s wrestling Serena Deeb.

The in-depth pre-match video package airs to tell the story leading up to tonight’s showdown between Rosa and Deeb for the richest prize in women’s wrestling in AEW.

Once it wraps up, the theme for Serena Deeb plays and the Oakland, VA. veteran emerges and begins heading down to the ring. She settles in the ring and her music fades down.

Now the familiar sounds of Thunder Rosa’s theme music plays and this time, war-paint-and-all, out she comes ready to put her title up for grabs in a bout against one of the best female talents in the business.

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with one of the co-featured bouts of the evening here at AEW Double Or Nothing 2022.

Someone should tell Martha Hart that Thunder Rosa heard her lengthy post-tourney speech, but thought she said tonight when addressing her desire to see beautiful hats worn by all.

I digress, again!

We see Rosa faring well coming out of the gate, but it isn’t long before Deeb is manhandling the AEW Women’s Champion. The fans are still loud and proud despite yelling as loud as lungs with let them from the beginning of the evening until now.

Meanwhile, Deeb continues to show her veteran-savvy, controlling and dominating the action in and out of the ring, as Rosa barely hangs on at this point in the contest.

Deeb ends up slowing down an offensive comeback attempt by Rosa by locking her in a flying Octopus hold. Rosa ends up escaping, however, and keeping her championship reign alive as the match continues.

We see Deeb plant Rosa for a near fall and then she goes for the Deeb-Tox spot, but Rosa defends well. After avoiding it, Rosa starts to take over again, only for Deeb to kill her momentum once again. She then locks Rosa in the Stretch-Muffler as the AEW Women’s Champion yells out in pain.

Rosa ends up surviving and then taking over again after that. She hits a big spot that has won her some big matches in the past, as the commentators point out, however Deeb cuts her off and both end up laid out as AEW referee Aubrey Edwards begins counting both ladies out.

After this, Rosa gets back to her feet to break the count. She starts firing up for a big comeback, hitting a Death Valley Driver off the ropes for a super close near fall on Deeb.

Now we see Deeb chop-block the back of Rosa knee after coming off the ropes with a full head of steam. She follows that up by locking her in a figure-four leg lock. While still in the hold, Rosa lands some smacks and palm strikes, which Deeb happily returns.

The exchange leads to both ladies rolling out of the ring, where they each crash-and-burn on the floor. Deeb connects with a dragonscrew in the ring ropes as the two look to re-enter the ring.

Deeb-Tox is up next for the veteran performer, who tries pinning Rosa afterwards, only for the champ to kick out at two-and-a-half. Deeb gets up and connects with a thunderous power-bomb (pun intended) before locking Thunder Rosa in a Texas Clover Leaf.

Rosa yells out in anguish, but ends up escaping and countering into a pin attempt. Deeb kicks out. Deeb gets up and then we see a big roundhouse kick land. Deeb heads to the top-rope but is cut off by Rosa.

Rosa ends up bringing Deeb off the top the hard way, connecting with a big superplex. She hangs onto the head-and-shoulder control upon landing, and stands up to connect with a Fire Thunder Driver for the pin fall victory. With the win, Thunder Rosa retains her AEW Women’s Championship in an excellent performance against the equally impressive Serena Deeb.

Winner and STILL AEW Women’s Champion: Thunder Rosa

Anarchy In The Arena: Jericho Appreciation Society vs. Eddie Kingston, Santana, Ortiz & Blackpool Combat Club

Now the video package airs to tell the story leading up to tonight’s Anarchy In The Arena bout, with Wrestling vs. Sports Entertainment on display as Jericho Appreciation Society takes on the team of Eddie Kingston, Santana, Ortiz and the Blackpool Combat Club duo of Jon Moxley and Bryan Danielson.

Once the video wraps up, we hear “The Dapper Yapper” Justin Roberts inform the crowd in attendance that “sh*ts about to hit the fan” in this Anarchy in the Arena bout.

The familiar sounds of Chris Jericho’s “Judas in my Mind” theme song by Fozzy plays as “The Wizard” leads his Jericho Appreciation Society crew of sports entertainers down to the ring, as the fans sing along inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Now the music fades down and the entrances of their opponents begin. Out comes Eddie Kingston and the team of Santana & Ortiz. From there, Bryan Danielson and Jon Moxley of the Blackpool Combat Club led by William Regal make their way out.

Mox ends up using a fork to rip at the heads of his own tag-team partners, showing off the difference between sports entertainers and wrestlers, as he cuts open the domes of Santana & Ortiz. Chris Jericho wants to get out of here, which the commentators point out is ironic considering this match was his idea in the first place.

The “Wild Thing” theme for Jon Moxley continues to play deep into the action, as the music continues for several minutes into the match as high spots take place in various spots of the building to get this match off-and-running with a bang.

“The Mad King” is shown badly busted open and bleeding all over the place as he brawls with some of the J.A.S. We see Daniel Garcia fight into an offensive lead near the ring. He ends up connecting with a vicious piledriver onto the steel ring steps in a spot that pops the crowd and elicits some immediate replays.

Referee Aubrey Edwards and other officials try and follow the action as it spreads all over the place, inside the arena and behind the curtain. We see a very bloody Kingston duking it out before the camera shot changes to Parker hitting Bryan Danielson with a ring bell.

We move to another part of the brawl where we see Moxley throw a full cooler at Jericho’s face to knock him down. The fans are following the action around and pointing their phones at it as the PPV cameras catch up with the brawl in the concord.

Garcia tries dragging Kingston back to the ring to finish this match, as Tony Schiavone points out on the broadcast. Jericho tries putting Moxley in the Walls of Jericho or Walls of the Wizard on the time keepers table. They end up breaking through the table where Mox takes a rough spill.

Bryan Danielson and Jake Hager, who are both bloody as hell (like literally every other member involved in this match) duke it out near the ringside area. We catch up with “The Mad King”, who is nearly covered head-to-toe in blood, continues the action out near the concession stands.

The camera pans back to the ring, where we see Jon Moxley tearing the top-rope off. All four ring posts cave in as the ropes smack down on the ring mat. Jericho is also in the ring and he beats down Mox shortly after the ring is disassembled.

Now we watch as Mox beats Jericho down with part of the turnbuckle, while Danielson fish-hooks at the mouth of Hager with the steel turnbuckle hook. Jericho gets hold of a steel chair and smashes it across the spine of Moxley.

Once some high spots involving ladders and barbed-wire covered boards are finished, the camera pans back in the ring, Moxley and Danielson get Jericho and Hager down and proceed to elbow the crap out of them over-and-over again. Eddie Kingston joins the fun, entering the ring with a can of gasoline.

“The Mad King” dumps the gas all over Jericho and Hager. Danielson and Kingston, actual teammates, end up brawling with each other before anything else happens. Mox is trying to separate them, and in comes Jericho to take advantage. Hager joins him in launching Mox out onto the barbed wire covered board.

Jericho hits his finisher on Kingston and then grabs the turnbuckle. He tells Hager to pull Danielson closer. He hits a big spot there and then goes for the cover, but somehow “The American Dragon” kicks out and keeps this match going.

Danielson fires up for a big offensive comeback. He blasts everyone in sight with repeated “Yes!” kicks and then goes for a running knee in the corner. As Danielson looks to be ready to wrap this one up, he becomes victim to a shot from behind with a bat from Hager.

Jericho comes in with a Walls of Jericho on Danielson as Hager helps stretch him even more. Danielson eventually loses consciousness and goes out. That’s how this one ends, as the Jericho Appreciation Society end up with the victory in an absolutely insane Anarchy in the Arena match.

Winners: Jericho Appreciation Society

Rush Makes AEW Debut, Signs With Andrade El Idolo

We shoot to what the commentators build up as very big news from Andrade El Idolo. We see El Idolo seated at a table and he talks about not coming to AEW to be a loser.

He asks if the papers for his newest talent are ready. He is told they are. He then introduces who he bills as one of the greatest pro wrestlers in the world.

We hear a knock at the door and in a nice suit walks Rush. The two do a hand-gesture together and that wraps up the quick segment.

Next TNT Title Challenger Revealed

Next, we head to the interview zone where a member of the AEW broadcast team is standing by with Ethan Page, Scorpio Sky and Paige Van Zant.

Ethan Page gloats about their victory earlier this evening and talks about being happy that they can now be done with Sammy Guevara and Frankie Kazarian and move on to bigger and better things.

We then hear from Scorpio Sky, who also touts beating the aforementioned duo and Tay Conti in the Mixed AEW Trios bout earlier in the show. He then questions who is next to challenge for his TNT title.

Up walks Dante Martin, who says they may never have to worry about Sammy Guevara and/or Frankie Kazarian ever challenging for the TNT title again, he is still eligible.

Sky gets in Martin’s face and says he’s been impressed with his work as of late. He says he’s going to give him what he wants, making a TNT title showdown between the two official for SoCal.

He tells him when he’s laying on his back in SoCal and looking up at the Hollywood sign wondering what happened, to remember that he asked for this. He snaps his fingers to end the segment.

AEW Tag-Team Championship
Ricky Starks & Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Shane “Swerve” Strickland & Keith Lee vs. Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus (C)

It’s now time for our co-main event of the evening, which will be a three-way tag-team title showdown. This match features Jurassic Express (Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus) defending their AEW Tag-Team Championship against Ricky Starks & Powerhouse Hobbs, as well as Shane “Swerve” Strickland & Powerhouse Hobbs.

The commentary team is joined by Taz, who will also be calling the action in this co-featured match. We see the ring entrances of Ricky Starks and Powerhouse Hobbs and then the duo of Shane “Swerve” Strickland and Keith Lee make their way out.

Finally, the catchy tune for the champs plays and out comes the Jurassic Express duo of Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus. The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this title contest.

We see some brawling as soon as the bell sounds, and then Jungle Boy hits a high spot from the ring to the floor to take everyone out.

In the ring, we see Starks getting beat up by Swerve. He then tags in Keith Lee. Starks, meanwhile, tags out, bringing in Hobbs. The big boys begin going at it as the commentators remark how they may need a bigger ring.

This doesn’t last long, however, and the two big boys tag back out. We see Strickland and Hobbs going at it now after Lee tags out. During a pin attempt, Jungle Boy hits the ring to break things up and keep he and Luchasaurus’ title reign alive.

Jungle Boy then tags himself in the first chance that he got when Swerve got close enough to him. Things build to him trying to hit another big high spot as he leaps from the ring to the floor.

Instead, he is caught and held. Swerve tries jumping onto them to help out but doesn’t do much better. Keith Lee ends up leaping over and finally taking him out.

After some more back-and-forth action that included a number of additional impressive high spots, we work our way to the conclusion of the contest.

The finish in this one sees Starks attempt to use a title belt shot to steal the victory, when Jurassic Express ally Christian Cage arrives on the scene to pull him out of the ring from the floor.

Soon after, we see Luchasaurus and Jungle Boy hit a crazy double-team spot out of the corner on “Swerve” Strickland for the 1-2-3. With the pin fall victory, Jurassic Express retains their AEW Tag-Team Championship. Excellent match.

Winners and STILL AEW Tag-Team Champions: Jurassic Express

AEW Championship
“Hangman” Adam Page (C) vs. CM Punk

We shoot to the pre-show video package for our main event, which tells the story leading up to tonight’s headline bout, with “Hangman” Adam Page defending his AEW Championship against CM Punk.

The package wraps up and then “Cult of Personality” by Living Colour plays as the legendary CM Punk emerges. “The Best in the World” makes his way down to the ring to a great reaction from the Vegas crowd.

Punk settles inside the squared circle as his theme music fades down. Now the familiar sounds of “Hangman” Adam Page’s theme hits and the AEW Champion heads out and makes his way to the ring.

With both guys in the ring and “Hangman’s” music cutting off, “The Dapper Yapper” Justin Roberts handles the final formal pre-match ring introductions for the challenger and the champion.

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this one. The fans immediately break out in “CM Punk! CM Punk!” chants, which spread throughout the T-Mobile Arena. Punk and Page slowly move in on each other, going nose-to-nose in the middle of the ring in intense fashion.

We see the two trade some quick shots and then back off. The crowd breaks out in a loud “CM Punk! CM Punk!” chant again, which eventually transitions to a split chant with a good percentage of the audience chanting for some “Cowboy Sh*t” from the title-holder.

The commentators point out how you can tell from the way these two are locking up alone that they have a strong feeling about beating down and defeating the other. They show this again with an intense lock-up as soon as J.R. makes the remark.

We see Page drill Punk with a big shot and then slap on a side head lock. Punk shucks him off and sends him into the ropes. The two then proceed to trade back-and-forth chops, in vicious fashion.

A “Let’s go Hangman!” and “CM Punk!” dueling chant from the fans in T-Mobile Arena spreads and catches fire as we watch Punk work over Page on the mat, looking to secure an arm-submission of sorts.

Page ends up escaping and freeing himself. He returns to his feet where he and Punk begin duking it out once again. Yet again it is “The Best in the World” who gets the better of said-exchange.

He follows it up with some punishing offense, beating on “Hangman” before once again showing superior ground work. The crowd actually ends up loudly booing Punk and begin clearly chanting for “Hangman” as the action continues.

Punk heads to the top-rope and leaps off, only to be caught by the champ. Page struggles not to drop Punk after catching him, but does manage to keep hold of him. He then connects with a fall-away slam. He follows that up with some additional offensive spurts, including a leaping lariat after spring-boarding off the ring ropes.

This sends Punk out to the floor, where Page follows out after him to continue building on his offensive momentum. Page delivers some more shots on Punk on the floor and then sends him back into the ring. He follows in after him, stopping briefly to pose and soak in the adoration from the Las Vegas crowd.

After some more offense from Page in the ring, we see Page and Punk end up out on the floor at ringside again. Page lands a big lariat and another big shot on the floor before bringing the action back into the ring. Page purposely sends Punk flying out to the floor for the second time in a row. This angers referee Paul Turner, but the match continues regardless.

The commentators talk on the broadcast about the disdain that “Hangman” is showing for “The Best in the World” as these two continue to battle it out here in tonight’s AEW Championship main event.

Page and Punk fight their way over to the corner of the ring, where Punk looks to put Page on the top-rope. He does, and then climbs up after him. Punk tries for a superplex off the top and the two go sailing down to the mat, landing with authority.

Soon after this, Punk lands some shots on Page and then snatches him up for a big bulldog spot. He connects with that and then hits another big spot afterwards.

Punk plays to the crowd a bit and then heads over to “Hangman,” looking to secure a Sharpshooter (or Scorpion Death Lock, of course!) Punk connects with a neck-breaker instead, as Page avoided the submission attempt, and then goes for a pin fall attepmt.

Page kicks out at two and the match continues. As Excalibur points out on commentary, this is where conditioning will start to play a major factor in determining who ends up getting their hand raised in the ring and the gold belt in their travel gear.

We see both guys down and out but when they get up, it is Page who sends Punk sailing. He then hits a crazy moonsault onto Punk on the floor. We see replays of this as Excalibur points out that Page may have suffered an injury upon landing.

Page rolls Punk back into the ring and then gets himself in position to hit a big Buckshot Lariat spot. He goes for it, but Punk has it well-scouted and avoids it. Punk then locks in the Sharpshooter that he couldn’t manage to fully secure moments ago.

We hear Page screaming out in pain, as he looks to escape the hold and keep-hold onto his AEW Championship. He fights and crawls his way to the ring ropes, where he eventually grabs them and forces the hold to be broken up by the referee. Paul Turner tries to do exactly that, but Punk holds onto the hold for a few seconds for good measure.

Punk looks to have an idea of sorts as we see “Hangman” still feeling the affects of the Sharpshooter and previous offense from Punk. “The Best in the World” ends up heading to the ring apron and he is looking to finish Page off with his own finisher.

He goes for the Buckshot Lariat and then tries to finish “Hangman” off with it. He makes the cover, however Page kicks out before the count of three.

Now we see Page recover and begin to take over on offense. He looks for to finish Page off with his finisher now, as he calls for and goes for the GTS. Page ends up surviving. Page then goes for another one of his trademark finishing moves, but upon going for the cover, the referee’s hand only bounces off the mat twice.

The fans actually booed after Punk wasn’t finished off in the last high spot sequence. Page then gets up and plays to the crowd now as Punk is laid out below him.

Page calls for the GTS. He hits it and goes for the cover, yet somehow Punk manages to kick out as well. This match is getting some great crowd heat from the fans in Vegas, as they are starting to sense the end coming soon.

A loud “Cowboy Sh*t!” chant breaks out as the commentators point out Punk clutching his jaw after taking his own GTS move from Page. The two are both on their knees and looking to get back to a vertical base. They end up duking it out from that position, with each drilling the other with big shots while working their way back to their feet.

We see the action spill out to the floor once again, with Page in control of the offense. Punk is laid out by the champ, who then takes his title and raises it proudly over the fallen wrestling legend, gloating that it is still his. He then brings Punk back into the ring and positions himself for the Buckshot Lariat.

He leads the crowd in cheering him on and then goes for the big finisher. Punk ends up countering him just in time, hoisting Page up for the GTS, but bumps the referee in the process and loses it. Page then connects with his Buckshot Lariat which lays Punk completely out. He can’t go for the cover, however, as refere Paul Turner is still out like a light.

Page looks around and then spots his AEW Championship title belt. The commentators sell the fact that the hot-headed Page is doing some quick on-the-spot math, as he notices the refere is down and out and realizes his ability to use the title to his advantage via a cheap shot.

He gets fired up and waits for Punk to get back up, but eventually decides against it. He drops the title belt and instead positions himself for the Buckshot Lariat once again. He goes for it but Punk ends up countering and this time connecting with his GTS finisher. He goes for the cover just as Paul Turner recovers. 1-2-3. CM Punk wins. We have a new AEW Champion, and he is “The Best in the World.”

The crowd pops and soaks in the moment, as CM Punk is presented with the AEW Championship as “Cult of Personality” by Living Colour plays for the second time this evening. An emotional Punk takes the title and proudly hoists it up in the air, soaking in the adulation from the fans in attendance inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV.

The commentators talk us through some key match highlights and replays, including the finish of this title bout main event. We return live to see Punk still celebrating his first title victory in AEW. That’s how the third-annual AEW Double Or Nothing pay-per-view wraps up. Soon after this, we head off the air and that’ll do it for this year’s AEW DoN show. Thanks for joining us and remember to follow myself, Matt Boone, via Twitter @MattBoone0709.

Winner and NEW AEW Champion: CM Punk

TONIGHT the world will be watching #AEWDoN Double Or Nothing LIVE on PPV at 8pm ET/7pm CT/ 6pm MT/ 5pm PT! Don’t miss a moment! Available on all major providers, @BleacherReport & @FiteTV (international)

— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) May 29, 2022

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