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On May 29, All Elite Wrestling will look to put on a show to remember with its Double or Nothing event. Taking place inside Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena, AEW’s premier pay-per-view will be available for viewing on B/R Live and There are now other options to view Double or Nothing.

Recently, it was announced that AEW and Joe Hand Promotions teamed up to show the event in theaters across the United States. Joe Hand Promotions is a distributor of premium sporting events and has helped when it comes to holding MMA, pro wrestling, and boxing events in theaters.

“AEW is at the forefront of creating exciting opportunities that united fans together in new non- traditional venues like movie theatres to experience their events,” said Joe Hand Promotions President Joe Hand Jr. “We’re proud to partner with them and help them grow their fan base and their brand in theatres across the U.S.”

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AEW Double or Nothing 2022 is the fourth “DON” in AEW history with “Hangman” Adam Page set to defend the AEW World Title against CM Punk in the main event.

John: Welcome to the TJRWrestling AEW Double or Nothing 2022 preview. It’s another big show with a lot of matches (13 official matches as of this writing), so I’ll keep this intro simple. I’m intrigued by the main event, I think there are too many tag team matches, but it’s expected in AEW where they need to pile guys into tags to get more people on the show. I just think it will get repetitive. Anyway, I am looking forward to it because I think the strong wrestling match quality carries these AEW shows and it won’t be any different this time. I’m disappointed that FTR isn’t in a match. How can you leave them off? Other than that, they got most of their notable talent on the show.

Joining me for the preview are Joel McIntyre, Matthew Fowler, Alex Podgorski, and Marc Madison.

Alex: This is the big one, the AEW version of WrestleMania. A lot of time and effort has been put into building up this show, and now that we’re here…I think we can all expect some great things here. This show has a combination of carefully-built matches, long-term storylines, dream matches, and contests thrown together at the last minute. And yet, I honestly think there will be something for everyone here, which, to be honest, was the general theme for WrestleMania 38 as well. And since that show was pretty damn great all things considered, let’s see if AEW can meet those same standards with their flagship show.

Marc: At AEW’s third anniversary edition of Double or Nothing, it returns to Las Vegas for the first time since 2019. This year’s show has 13 matches scheduled, including the buy-in preshow. As a result, fans are sure to expect nearly four hours of wrestling. While that may be a little tiresome for some, the idea of an exciting match-up after an exciting match-up is intriguing.

With 13 matches on the card, I’m hoping to laugh at Danhausen, cheer the Blackpool Combat Club within the Anarchy in the Arena match and applaud the winner of the AEW World Championship match.

(Note: All graphics are from AEW.)

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