AEW Double or Nothing details: Time, how to watch, match card, predictions and more

All Elite Wrestling is descending on Las Vegas this weekend, and you can bet (see what I did there) their Double or Nothing pay-per-view is sure to make a scene on the Strip on Sunday night.

So far, 10 matches have been scheduled, but plenty more will be forthcoming.

Swerve Strickland, who claimed the AEW World Championship last month at the Dynasty pay-pre-view, will be defending his title for just the second time, against one of AEW's biggest stars, Christian Cage.

Women's champion "Timeless" Toni Storm also will be in action, hoping to maintain the title she's held since Nov. 18.

Here's what we know so far with Double or Nothing just days away:

When is AEW Double or Nothing?

The date that Double or Nothing will take place is May 26.

AEW Double or Nothing start time

The pay-per-view card starts at 8 p.m. ET. A "Buy In" pre-show takes place at 7 p.m. on AEW's YouTube channel.

Where is Double or Nothing?

For the second time, the location for Double or Nothing will be the MGM Grand on Las Vegas' famous strip. The inaugural event was held there in 2019. The past two years, it was held at T-Mobile Arena. In 2020 and 2021, it was held at its home base of Daily's Place in Jacksonville because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

How to watch Double or Nothing

The event streams live on Bleacher Report and TrillerTV and on pay-pre-view through your cable provider. It can also be purchased through DirecTV.

How much is the Double or Nothing pay-pre-view?

Cost for the PPV is $38.99 or $49.95 on DirecTV.

AEW Double or Nothing match card

  • AEW World Champion Swerve Strickland vs. Christian Cage. Cage lost his TNT Championship to longtime frienemy Adam Copeland on March 20. Now, he wants to regain gold, this time on an even grander scale. However, Strickland plans to turn the MGM Grand into Swerve's House, looking to retain the title a little more than a month after winning it. Prediction: Swerve keeps the title in-house.

  • AEW Women’s champ “Timeless” Toni Storm vs. Serena Deeb. This isn't the greatest of rivalries, but Deeb is a savvy veteran who has never held AEW's highest women's title. Deeb became the No. 1 contender on the May 1 episode of Dynamite, defeating Mariah May after Storm threw in the towel. Storm hopes the crowd will be seeing black and white after the match, while Deeb hopes Storm will be black and blue — and without the title. Prediction: The title stays in the silent film era with Toni Storm.

  • TBS champion Willow Nightengale vs. Mercedes Moné. Moné will wrestle her first AEW match since debuting with the company in March. Soon after, she came to the ring to help Nightengale after she was attacked by Julia Hart and Skye Blue. It was a friendship not meant to be. A few weeks back, Nightengale put Moné through a table, and now the rivalry will come to a head. The two are certainly familiar with each other. Last year, Moné and Nightengale fought in a tournament final in New Japan Pro-Wrestling with Nightengale coming out on top for the Strong Women's Championship. Moné broke her ankle during the match, and will return to action for the first time since. Prediction: They didn't bring in Moné to lose. She walks out the champ.

  • AEW International champion Roderick Strong vs. Will Ospreay. Strong has held the title since Revolution in March. Ospreay is on the rise, showcasing some of the best in-ring talents in the company. This one should be fast-paced entertaining. Prediction: Ospreay wins and Strong joins the AEW title hunt.

  • TNT champion Adam Copeland vs. Malakai Black in a Barbed Wire Steel Cage match: Can Copeland make it 3-for-3 in facing House of Black members after successfully defending his TNT title against Brody King and Buddy Matthews? It's one thing to compete in a steel cage, but can the iconic wrestler pull one out over a much younger competitor surrounded by barbed wire? Prediction: Copeland maintains his edge and retains the title.

  • IWGP champ Jon Moxley vs. Konosuke Takeshita. This match isn't for the title, but if Takeshita wins, he'll get a shot at a later date. Prediction: Takeshita wins and gets a title shot.

  • FTW Champion Chris Jericho vs. Hook vs. Katsuyori Shibata (FTW rules match): The match was set up after a bizarre match ending where Hook and Shibata simultaneously submitted Bryan Keith in a three-way match to determine Jericho's title challenger. Jericho, once a mentor to Hook, now faces his former protege and the ever-difficult Shibata in what amounts to a no disqualifications match. Prediction: Hooks been getting pushed along since he joined AEW, and his time is now. He takes the title from his former mentor.

  • Orange Cassidy vs. Trent Beretta. It's a tale as old as time: two best friends become bitter enemies. Now, they'll settle it in the ring. Beretta's got a bad attitude, bu Cassidy is one of the hardest AEW competitors to pin down. This one should be a real barn burner. Prediction: Cassidy is entertaining and insane, and will beat his former friend.

  • "Anarchy in the Arena:” The Elite (Kazuchika Okada, Jack Perry, Matthew Jackson and Nicholas Jackson) vs. Team AEW (Bryan Danielson, Cash Wheeler, Dax Harwood and Darby Allin) (Anarchy in the Arena match). The Elite made a splash in late April when they laid out AEW founder Tony Khan. The injury happened the night before the NFL Draft, and Khan showed up to his dad's draft night war room wearing a neck brace. The Elite later laid out former friend Kenny Omega. Now, a group of AEW devotees look to put the Elite in their place. Prediction: The Elite maintain their push as top heels and defeat the beloved AEW team. You can bet at some point Tony Khan will have his revenge.

  • Unified AEW World Trios Championship: Bullet Club Gold (Jay White and Gunn Club) vs. Death Triangle (Pac, Penta El Zero Miedo and Rey Fenix): The Bullet Club took the belts from The Acclaimed in April, ending the longest run in the title's history. Now, they hope to defend the titles against the recently reunited Death Triangle, the team that was the first to hold the title. Prediction: This may be just the beginning of this feud, but the Bullet Club will retain the belts.

Previous podcasts with AEW stars:

Swerve Strickland from Dec. 19, 2023:

Adam Copeland from Jan. 4, 2024:

'Timeless' Toni Storm from April 9, 2024:

AEW pay-per-view schedule for the rest of 2024

AEW has six more pay-pre-view events slated for 2024.

  • Forbidden Door: June 30, 2024

  • All In: Aug. 25, 2024

  • All Out: Sept. 7, 2024

  • WrestleDream: Oct. 12, 2024

  • Full Gear: Nov. 23, 2024

  • Worlds End: Dec. 28, 2024

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