AEW Double Or Nothing 2020 Live: Professional wrestling is the only sport someone can do flips 15 feet in the air, fall on their butt, and maybe still be okay. This week, James Dator and Hector Diaz look at all the potential injuries from Dynamite and how they might impact AEW’s upcoming pay-per-view, Double or Nothing on May 23.
While there won’t be audience members in attendance, fans can expect the AEW roster to put a show with surprised and great wrestling.
If you’re looking to watch the 2020 Double or Nothing pay-per-view this weekend, here’s all the information you’ll need–including how to stream and a rundown of the current card.
WHAT TIMES DOES AEW ‘DOUBLE OR NOTHING’ START?
Double or Nothing begins Saturday, May 23 at 7:30 p.m. EST with a pre-show. The main card starts at 8 p.m. EST.
HOW TO WATCH AEW’S ‘DOUBLE OR NOTHING BUY IN’ ONLINE
All Elite Wrestling’s pre-shows will have at least one featured match. The promotion confirmed that this year’s Double or Nothing will have a bout to become number one contender for the AEW Tag Team Championships.
Best Friends will face Private Party in the AEW Double or Nothing’s Buy In pre-show.
Fans looking to watch the free Buy In pre-show can do so by going to B/R Live, or by watching it on the official All Elite Wrestling YouTube page.
HOW TO WATCH AEW ‘DOUBLE OR NOTHING’ ONLINE
B/R Live will host this year’s Double or Nothing on its streaming service for $49.99. The service is also available on iOS and Android devices. Roku, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV also support B/R Live.
Fite TV will also host the next AEW pay-per-view, but only for international customers.
The B/R Live app is only available on Xbox One gaming consoles, not on PS4. Fans can also download the app on iOS and Android mobile devices. The following connected devices also carry the B/R Live app:
Roku Express, Roku Premiere, Roku Stick, Roku Ultra
Apple TV – 4th Generation and up
Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Cube
If you have cable, Direct TV, Dish or another major cable provider, those will provide AEW Double or Nothing through traditional pay-per-view models. Check with your cable provider for more details.
AEW ‘DOUBLE OR NOTHING’ CARD
There are nine matches on the Double or Nothing card between the pre-show and main card with the women’s and men’s top titles on the line. The AEW Tag Team Championships won’t be defended on this night because Kenny Omega and Adam “Hangman” Page will be taking part in the Stadium Stampede match against Chris Jericho’s Inner Circle faction.
AEW fans will also see the crowning of the first TNT Champion when Cody goes one-on-one with the imposing Lance Archer.
Here’s a rundown of all the confirmed matches for this year’s Double or Nothing show. Of course, the card is subject to change:
Best Friends vs. Private Party – Winner becomes number one contender for the AEW Tag Team Championships
Britt Baker vs. Kris Statlander
Darby Allen vs. Kip Sabian vs Scorpio Sky vs. Frankie Kazarian vs. Colt Cabana vs. Luchasaurus vs. Orange Cassidy vs. Rey Fenix vs. Mystery Opponent – Casino Ladder Match
MJF vs. Jungle Boy
Shawn Spears vs. Dustin Rhodes
Cody vs. Lance Archer – TNT Championship Tournament Finals
Nyla Rose (c) vs. Hikaru Shida – AEW Women’s Championship Match
Jon Moxley (c) vs. Brodie Lee – AEW World Championship Match
The Inner Circle vs. The Elite and Matt Hardy – Stadium Stampede Match
Are you excited for the upcoming Double or Nothing event? Which match are you looking forward to most? Let us know in the comments section.