Lineup for All Elite Wrestling’s Debut PPV “Double or Nothing” Tonight, Our Coverage

The debut pay-per-view for All Elite Wrestling takes place tonight at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. The main pay-per-view starts at 8pm ET/5pm PT with a pre-show called The Buy In at 7pm ET/4pm PT that you can watch on the All Elite Wrestling Youtube channel.

If you want to watch Double or Nothing live or later, you can do so on the B/R Live app and also on traditional PPV for $49.99 in the US. If you’re in the United Kingdom/Ireland then you can watch it on ITV. For other international fans, including my fellow Canadians, it’s available on FITE as well. That’s probably what I’m going to use.

Here’s the lineup.

Chris Jericho vs. Kenny Omega

This is the advertisement main event. The winner gets a future AEW Championship match against the winner of the battle royal at a later date.

AAA World Tag Team Championships: The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson) (c) vs. The Lucha Bros (Pentagon Jr. and Fénix)

Cody vs. Dustin Rhodes

SoCal Uncensored (Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian, and Scorpio Sky) vs. Strong Hearts (Cima, T-Hawk, and El Lindaman)

Britt Baker vs. Nyla Rose vs. Kylie Rae

Aja Kong, Yuka Sakazaki, and Emi Sakura vs. Hikaru Shida, Riho Abe, and Ryo Mizunami

Best Friends (Chuck Taylor and Trent Beretta) vs. Angélico and Jack Evans

(PRE-SHOW) 21-Man Casino Battle Royal: Sonny Kiss vs. Brandon Cutler vs. Ace Romero vs. Glacier vs. Brian Pillman Jr. vs. Sunny Daze vs. MJF vs. Joey Janela vs. Dustin Thomas vs. Billy Gunn vs. Jimmy Havoc vs. Michael Nakazawa vs. Jungle Boy vs. Isiah Kassidy vs. Marq Quen vs. Luchasaurus vs. Shawn Spears vs. four other surprise entrants.

(PRE-SHOW) Kip Sabian vs. Sammy Guevara

TJRWrestling will also be covering Double or Nothing as best we can. Kurt Zamora is going to provide live coverage on the site tonight. My TJR review will go up on Sunday morning. I really wanted to watch this show live and support what AEW is doing, but my favorite NBA team the Toronto Raptors are up 3-2 in the Eastern Conference Finals in the NBA Playoffs and they are one win away for making the NBA Finals. It’s the biggest game in franchise history. I’m going to watch it with about 10-15 family and friends, so that means I’ll check out Double or Nothing later. Thanks to Kurt for stepping up for me by writing the live review tonight.

Best of luck to AEW tonight. I hope it’s a great show. With the lineup they have, it would be a surprise if it wasn’t a memorable night of professional wrestling.

I’ll leave you with this 45 minute video preview that AEW posted on their Youtube channel.