Revolution might be just be in the books but AEW is already looking forward to its next pay-per-view extravaganza, confirming the date and location for Double Or Nothing.
Five championships were on the line in San Francisco at Revolution with MJF defending his AEW World Championship in the main event against Bryan Danielson in a sixty-minute Iron Man match. The spectacular contest was tied at three falls each when the time expired much to the annoyance of the crowd. Sudden Death overtime was announced which saw MJF pick up the win after he clocked Danielson with an oxygen canister before making him tap out to his own LeBell Lock.
It was a mixed night for both AEW Women’s Champion Jamie Hayter and Tag Team Champions The Gunns with both retaining their gold but being taken out after their matches. Hayter was attacked by Ruby Soho who confirmed her allegiance to Saraya and Toni Storm while The Gunns were left fearing the revelation as they were pounced on by the returning FTR.
AEW has now confirmed that its next pay-per-view event, Double Or Nothing, will take place on Sunday, the 28th of May at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Dynamite and Rampage will also be held in Sin City in the week leading up to the event. Tickets for all three shows will go on sale on March 17th.
Double Or Nothing returned to Las Vegas in 2022 after two years at Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, FL due to the pandemic. The last weekend in May will be a busy one for wrestling fans with WWE holding one of their huge Saudi Arabia shows just one day before Double Or Nothing.