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AEW Double or Nothing 2023 Card: Who is wrestling?

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AEW Double or Nothing 2023 is set to take place on Sunday, May 28th 2023, but who will be wrestling on the massive PPV card?

A number of bouts have already been confirmed for the event, including the AEW Championship match that will see MJF defend his belt against the remaining ‘Four Pillars’ of All Elite: Jungle Boy, Sammy Guevara and Darby Allin.

The Elite will also be facing Blackpool Combat Club in a huge Anarchy in the Arena match, that promises to be a bloody affair between two of the biggest groups in the company.

AEW Double or Nothing 2023 Match Card

Here is the full card for the event as it stands on Sunday, May 28th 2023:

  • MJF vs. Darby Allin vs. Jungle Boy vs. Sammy Guevara ’“ AEW World Championship Four-Way Match
  • FTR vs. Jay Lethal & Jeff Jarrett ’“ AEW World Tag Team Championship
  • Wardlow vs. Christian Cage ’“ TNT Championship Ladder Match
  • Jaime Hayter vs. Toni Storm ’“ AEW Women’s World Championship
  • The Elite vs. Blackpool Combat Club ’“ Anarchy in the Arena
  • Blackjack Battle Royal ’“ International Championship
  • Chris Jericho vs. Adam Cole ’“ Unsanctioned Match

For fans in the UK, the event can be streamed live on FITE TV, a digital platform dedicated to combat sports, including professional wrestling.

The PPV event costs only $19.99, making it a highly accessible way for fans to enjoy the action-packed event from the comfort of their own homes.

As well as FITE, fans can also order the PPV event from PPV.com. PPV.COM apps are currently available from the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. Download today for a more tailored viewing experience.

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