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AEW Double Or Nothing Heading Back To Las Vegas

AEW Double Or Nothing

AEW have announced that Double or Nothing will be heading back to Las Vegas on May 29th.

It has been revealed that AEW is heading to Las Vegas for a huge triple-header of live shows that will include Double or Nothing. The city hosted the first ever event under the Double or Nothing banner in February 2019.

The following to editions of the show were held at Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

On the February 23rd episode of AEW Dynamite it was revealed that Double or Nothing will be held at the T-Mobile Arena on Sunday, May 29th, while live episodes of Dynamite and Rampage will be held on the 25th and 27th respectively at the Michelob Ultra Arena.

Commenting on the news, AEW President Tony Khan said that it was exciting to see how far the company had come since it was last in Las Vegas.

“The last time we were in Las Vegas, in 2019, Jon Moxley made his shocking debut and helped spark AEW’s revolution. Looking back for a moment, it’s incredible to see how far we’ve come in just three years,”

“It’s been a fantastic run, and only fitting that we return to Las Vegas for DOUBLE OR NOTHING 2022 and the debuts of Dynamite and Rampage. I’m looking forward to our incredible fans enjoying a unique tripleheader opportunity over Memorial Day Weekend and experiencing more of the great wrestling that they demand and deserve.”

The 2021 edition of Double or Nothing saw Britt Baker crowned AEW Women’s World Champion as she defeated Hikaru Shida. Baker is yet to lose the championship, with her reigns standing at 270 days.

In the show’s main event, The Inner Circle defeated The Pinnacle in a Stadium Stampede match, while Kenny Omega retained the AEW World Championship, with a win over PAC and Orange Cassidy.