This week’s episode of AEW Dynamite not only delivered big time on in ring action but it also led to a significant number of matches confirmed for the Double Or Nothing PPV set to take place at Daily’s Place on Sunday May 30th.
The most eye-catching of these bouts will be the return of the Stadium Stampede match that will see The Inner Circle and The Pinnacle meet in a rematch of last week’s Blood & Guts match. The stipulation of the match states that Inner Circle must disband if they lose the match.
This will be the second Stadium Stampede match, that will once again take place at the home of the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars. Last year’s match at Double Or Nothing saw The Inner Circle team lost to The Young Bucks, Kenny Omega, Hangman Page and Matt Hardy.
Also confirmed on the show was that Kenny Omega will defend his AEW World Championship against both Orange Cassidy and PAC. The two challengers met on Dynamite in a number one contenders match that resulted in a double count out, leading AEW President Tony Khan to declare that both men would challenge at the PPV. This will be the first time the AEW Championship has been contested in anything other than a one on one match.
The AEW Tag Team Championship will also be defended when The Young Bucks face Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston. The Bucks defeated SCU on Dynamite (Forcing the long time SCU team to disband) only to have their dressing room trashed by Moxley and Kingston after the match leading to a challenge at the PPV.
Another match confirmed will see Cody Rhodes go one on one against the man who has been a thorn in his side these last few weeks, former Olympic boxer Anthony Ogogo.
Rhodes cut an impassioned promo against the Brit to declare that for one night only, he would not be facing ‘The American Nightmare’ at the PPV – instead he would be facing ‘The American Dream’, with Rhodes temporarily taking on the moniker of his legendary father Dusty.
Another singles match for the show will see Hangman Page face Team Taz’s Brian Cage. The Casino Battle Royal was also announced to return with Christian Cage and Matt Sydal declaring as the first two entrants. Those two will also face off next week on Dynamite next week.
The card is looking strong with over two weeks to go until the show. A Women’s Title Match between Hikaru Shida and challenge Britt Baker had already been announced and a TNT Championship match between new champion Miro and Lance Archer was also heavily hinted at in the closing moments of this week’s show.
The PPV will be available to stream on FITE internationally as well as BR Live in North America.