AEW Double or Nothing 2022 Match Card Predictions After Revolution Results (2023)

AEW Double or Nothing 2022 Match Card Predictions After Revolution Results

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    AEW Double or Nothing 2022 Match Card Predictions After Revolution Results (1)

    Adam Page is bound to play pivotal role in the main event of AEW Double or Nothing 2022.Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    Another exceptional All Elite Wrestling pay-per-view is in the books, as Revolution had no issue living up to the lofty hype Sunday night.

    The barn-burner between Adam Page and Adam Cole for the AEW World Championship culminated with Hangman holding on to the gold. Elsewhere on the show, CM Punk bested MJF in a grueling Dog Collar match and several other championships were successfully defended.

    In addition to the night's many memorable moments and matches, seeds were planted for what's to come. Double or Nothing over Memorial Day weekend will be AEW's next pay-per-view outing, and the pieces are in place for what should be another special show.

    Of course, anything can change in the next two-and-a-half months, but the groundwork has been set for what the show's main events should be. Page's next challenger is crystal clear. As is where the suspenseful saga involving Cole, reDRagon and The Young Bucks goes from here.

    As we look ahead following a red-hot Revolution pay-per-view, here are five match card predictions for the upcoming installment of Double or Nothing.

Adam Page vs. CM Punk

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    CM Punk's first six months in AEW have been nothing short of remarkable, seeing him turn in terrific matches and promos every chance he gets.

    He seemingly wrapped up his fantastic feud with MJF at Revolution in the brutal dog collar match he won. Unless the idea is to build to a rubber match sometime soon, it sure looks like MJF will be shifting his focus to Wardlow.

    If that's the case, then Punk has nothing left to do but enter the AEW World Championship picture.

    He's made mention many times of wanting to challenge for the title, but bad blood with Eddie Kingston and MJF got in the way of fulfilling that goal. He's finally exorcised those demons and can now set his sights on the strap going into Double or Nothing.

    Yes, a babyface vs. babyface feud isn't ideal, but AEW can make it work. Adam Page has been a fighting champion since November and an opponent of Punk's caliber would prevent him from feeling like an afterthought again.

    Punk has lost only one singles match since joining AEW in August, and that was to MJF in early February. He makes more sense than anyone to be contending for the title at Double or Nothing, and it's a match that could go either way.

Jurassic Express vs. Jon Moxley and Bryan Danielson

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    Against all odds, Jurassic Express retained the AEW World Tag Team Championship at Revolution despite facing tough competition in The Young Bucks and reDRagon.

    With Young Bucks and reDRagon likely branching off to focus on their own issues, Jurassic Express will need new challengers in the coming weeks. AEW's tag team division has never been deeper, but perhaps the biggest bout they can have at Double or Nothing is with the duo of Jon Moxley and Bryan Danielson.

    Moxley and Danielson had a highly physical affair later in the night, and Moxley wound up picking up the win. The two continued to brawl afterward, only to be straightened out by the debuting William Regal, someone who knows both men extremely well.

    They made it clear going into Revolution that Moxley would agree to team with Danielson depending on how their match went. Needless to say, they earned each other's respect, and now the time has come for them to form an alliance under Regal's guidance.

    Santana and Ortiz are another option for Jurassic Express, but Danielson and Moxley could breathe new life into the division by becoming champions and, therefore, should be next in line for a shot at Double or Nothing.

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MJF vs. Wardlow

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    MJF had a rough night at Revolution, losing a bloody brawl to CM Punk and receiving no help from his longtime insurance policy, Wardlow. This was after Wardlow won the Face of the Revolution ladder match to earn the opportunity to challenge for the AEW TNT Championship on the St. Patrick's Day Slam edition of Dynamite later in March.

    Wardlow will face the winner of Wedesday's Sammy Guevara vs. Scorpio Sky match, and his opponent will likely be Guevara. Before then, though, Wardlow is virtually guaranteed to answer for his actions and feel MJF's wrath in some form or fashion.

    AEW has really been ramping up the teases of Wardlow turning on MJF as of late and the crowds have been strongly behind him as a result. The split is coming sooner rather than later, and unless MJF can find his way into the AEW World Championship picture at Double or Nothing, Wardlow vs. MJF may be the direction they head in instead.

    Whether Wardlow wins the TNT title or is forced to give up his title shot to MJF, expect from dissension between them after what we saw at Revolution. The beginning of the end is near, and Double or Nothing could be the perfect stage on which to finally have them square off.

    It then becomes a question of who should win, but this feud is too promising to pass up, and the breakup has to be imminent.

The Hardys vs. Private Party

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    Jeff Hardy's impending AEW debut is one of the worst-kept secrets in wrestling. With his 90-day non-compete clause set to expire, it's more a matter of when than if he will be brought in.

    It's been teased for weeks that Matt Hardy is on the outs with his own faction, the Hardy Family Office, and that Andrade El Idolo would be taking over instead. That was made fairly clear at Revolution when Matt ate the fall for his team.

    There can be no doubt that was done by design to lead to Matt's exit from the group. Whether it's Wednesday or another week, Jeff will soon join his brother's side and reunite The Hardy Boyz on a major stage for the first time in nearly three years.

    Their match at Double or Nothing basically books itself: The Hardy Boyz vs. Private Party. Andrade can somehow be worked in as well considering he's the person Matt has beef with, but The Hardys vs. Private Party is much more appealing on paper, and the latter team would benefit from sharing the ring with two legends.

    It's entirely possible this is given away on TV ahead of Double or Nothing, but it would be an exciting undercard attraction for that pay-per-view, especially if there aren't other obvious opponents for The Hardy Boyz at that event.

The Elite vs. Adam Cole and reDRagon

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    It was evident as early as November that there was dissension within The Elite's ranks, and at Revolution, there were several hints that a faction feud pitting Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks against Adam Cole and reDRagon may be coming to fruition.

    During Don Callis' appearance on the pre-show, he noted that Cole wouldn't be anything more than a transitional champion if he were to win the AEW World Championship in the main event, which he didn't. Then Young Bucks and reDRagon cost each other the AEW World Tag Team Championship.

    Depending on when he's feeling healthy enough to return, Omega should be back relatively soon to begin to build to this star-studded six-man tag team match. It's possible Omega vs. Cole happens at Double or Nothing instead, but the six-man match should be what comes first in order to give the former Undisputed Era a big win.

    The storyline possibilities with these guys are endless given the history between them. There's so much AEW can explore, and that's not even including the potential involvement of Bullet Club's Jay White and Co.

    This will be what turns Omega and Young Bucks babyface and cement Cole and reDRagon as AEW's top heel force. The Double or Nothing card won't be complete unless the latest chapter in this compelling saga plays out on the pay-per-view.

    Graham Mirmina, aka Graham "GSM" Matthews, has specialized in sports and entertainment writing since 2010. Visit his website,WrestleRant, and subscribe to hisYouTube channelfor more wrestling-related content.


What are the results of AEW Double or Nothing? ›

Keith Lee eliminated the Blade. Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland squared off. Lee powerslammed Swerve, plucking him out of midair. The Lucha Bros hit the Butcher with stereo thrust kicks, eliminating him. Trent shoved Orange out of the way, sacrificing himself, as Big Bill booted Trent out of the ring.

Who won the match card for AEW Double or Nothing 2022? ›

CM Punk won the AEW Championship over “Hangman” Adam Page at AEW Double or Nothing 2022. Punk defeated Page after Page had a “crisis of conscious,” contemplating using the AEW World Championship as a weapon before discarding the title. The hesitation cost Page, who lost clean to a GT GT -0.2% S.

How can I watch AEW Double or Nothing 2023? ›

Double or Nothing is available through Bleacher Report Live and traditional pay-per-view formats. A purchase through BR Live provides the live stream and the on-demand replay. The replay will be available for 72 hours.

How much is AEW Double or Nothing 2022 pay-per-view? ›

PPV is offering AEW: Double or Nothing both live and post-event replays for $38.99.

Is there a replay for Double or Nothing 2023? ›

Yes, a replay is included in your purchase for AEW Double or Nothing 2023. The replay is unlimited in playbacks and has no expiry date. It will be available to watch immediately after the show ends. You can also rewind parts of the show during the live stream thanks to our DVR feature.

Who won the matches in AEW pay-per-view? ›

In the main event, CM Punk defeated Jon Moxley to win the AEW World Championship for a second time.

Have AEW rankings stopped? ›

The rankings disappeared for the final four months of 2022. To be honest, the lack of rankings barely had any impact on the AEW television product. Still, it was an interesting tool while it was there.

Who is the Joker for AEW All Out 2022? ›

Who was 'The Joker' who won Casino Ladder match at AEW All Out 2022? “The Joker” was none other than Maxwell Jacob Friedman, MJF.

Will CM Punk win at Double or Nothing? ›

CM Punk won his first AEW World Championship at Double or Nothing 2022.

How many PPV buys for AEW Double or Nothing? ›

AEW Pay-Per-View Buys
5/29/2022Double or Nothing165,000
6/26/2022AEW/NJPW Forbidden Door140,000*
9/4/2022All Out140,000*
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How much is AEW Double or Nothing PPV 2023? ›

AEW Double or Nothing 2023 PPV price: How much does AEW event cost? B/R Live will be streaming the event for $49.99.

Are Double or Nothing free? ›

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The cost of the show is $49.99. International viewers can order and stream the show on either FITE TV or DAZN.

What is the biggest PPV of AEW? ›

Double or Nothing 2023

What are AEW pay per views called? ›

AEW Double or Nothing is a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by All Elite Wrestling (AEW).

How much does AEW cost per year? ›

AEW Plus monthly is charged every month and is priced at 6.99 USD. AEW Plus yearly is charges once per year and is priced at 69.99 USD. It is a limited offer until the 31st of January 2022. Both subscription plans include weekly AEW shows and some special AEW events like AEW Battle of the Belts.

Did Double or Nothing sell out? ›

According to Wrestle Tix, AEW Double Or Nothing has managed to sell 10,229 tickets out of a total capacity of 1,412. However, the pay-per-view still has 1,412 left to sell.

How long will double or nothing be? ›

AEW Double or Nothing 2023 begins with the Buy-In show starting at 7:00 p.m. ET and the main show getting underway at 8 p.m. ET. The card is expected to last around four hours.

Is double or nothing a PPV? ›

Background. Double or Nothing is considered All Elite Wrestling's (AEW) marquee event, having first been held in 2019, which was the promotion's first professional wrestling event and first pay-per-view (PPV) produced.

Does AEW have more viewers than WWE? ›

AEW Dynamite defeated WWE NXT in last night's Tuesday Night War per ShowBuzz Daily. AEW Dynamite garnered 752,000 total viewers, down 23% from last week, with a 0.26 rating in the 18-49 demo. WWE NXT drew 676,000 viewers, down 8% from last week, with a 0.18 rating in the 18-49 demo.

Is AEW gaining viewers? ›

Wednesday night's episode of AEW Dynamite averaged 923,000 viewers on TBS, up 10.1 percent from last week. It's the best audience total for the show since March 22.

Is AEW earning money? ›

For such a small company compared to WWE, AEW still managed to have a highly lucrative 2022. AEW launched in 2019 and marketed itself as an alternative in the American pro-wrestling market. Since then, the company has grown and grown, especially in terms of roster size.

Is AEW losing viewers? ›

AEW Rampage ratings have cratered in 2022, particularly among young viewers. According to Nielsen data, AEW Rampage viewership among young adults 18-34 has plummeted 45% compared to last year.

Is AEW losing fans? ›

AEW is still going, as strong as they can, but it seems the honeymoon period with fans is over. The last year saw a lot of changes in AEW, and it seems that one of those big changes is a massive decrease in fan interest.

Is AEW viewership going down? ›

The show finished 7th place in the demo rating on cable for the night. These numbers fell back down from last week's 877K viewers and 0.32 demo rating, with the usual stiff competition from the NBA playoffs and boosted viewership for the season finale of Vanderpump Rules.

Who is the biggest superstar in AEW? ›

MJF is AEW world champion and could run with the title for a while. Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks remain the stalwart EVPs of AEW while building the AEW trios division. Hangman Adam Page remains a recognizable star in a changing landscape.

Who is the mystery person at AEW? ›

Palmetto High alum Granden Goetzman, who was a 2011 draft pick of the Tampa Bay Rays, was unveiled as part of a new faction on All Elite Wrestling last week. AEW's Dynamite Holiday Bash show on Dec.

Who is the masked man in AEW? ›

Just the masked man revealed himself to be Stokely Hathaway, Rollingstones' classic song "Sympathy for the Devil" hit, and out came another masked man, The Joker, who walked into the ring and collected the chip from Hathaway.

Who defeated CM Punk? ›

After CM Punk was ruled out with an injury following his AEW World Championship win, Jon Moxley became the Interim Champion. Upon Punk's return, the pair had a match to determine the undisputed champion. Moxley won the match in minutes, squashing Punk in a shocking result, and one which didn't go down too well.

Who is the new AEW champion? ›

MJF is the current champion in his first reign. He defeated Jon Moxley for the title at Full Gear on November 19, 2022, in Newark, New Jersey, which was MJF's Casino Poker Chip cash-in match.

Who defeated CM Punk in AEW? ›

Punk ultimately agreed and erased the devastating loss to Moxley on Dynamite by beating him at All Out and overcoming adversity to win the AEW world title for a second time.

Who has the most AEW matches? ›

10 Current AEW Wrestlers With The Most WWE PPV Matches
  1. 1 Chris Jericho - 140.
  2. 2 Jeff Hardy - 99. ...
  3. 3 Christian Cage - 93. ...
  4. 4 Matt Hardy - 92. ...
  5. 5 CM Punk - 82. ...
  6. 6 Billy Gunn - 73. ...
  7. 7 Bryan Danielson - 70. ...
  8. 8 Dustin Rhodes - 68. ...
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How many tickets has AEW sold? ›

AEW All In has distributed over 65,000 tickets. AEW ticket sales have been scorching-hot overseas, but domestic ticket sales tell a much different story.

How much does AEW All Out cost? ›

AEW All Out 2022 will be streamed live on Bleacher Report app in the United States and on FITE.TV everywhere else around the world. If you don't have capable internet speeds, you can order All Out through your cable or satellite provider for a pay-per-view price of $49.99.

How much did the AEW title cost? ›

All Elite Wrestling forked out the cash for their world title belt. Longtime belt maker Dave Millican was the latest guest on Talk Is Jericho and he revealed that the AEW World Title cost over $10,000.

Is AEW doing all out in 2023? ›

AEW All Out 2023 will go ahead despite the controversy surrounding last year's show, Tony Khan has confirmed. The in-ring work of All Out 2022 was overshadowed by CM Punk's comments on the post-show media scrum and the backstage fight that included Punk, The Elite, and others.

How much is AEW on Bleacher Report? ›

The highly anticipated event will stream live in the U.S. from the Chase Center in San Francisco on the Bleacher Report app, website and connected devices for $49.99. Fans can pre-order the event on Bleacher Report here.

What does Double or Nothing stand for? ›

US. : with the result that a gambler either wins two times as much money as he or she has already won or loses all of the money.

How many people watched Double or Nothing? ›

Wednesday's live Double Or Nothing go-home edition of AEW Dynamite drew 846,000 viewers on TBS, according to Nielsen via Showbuzz Daily.

What does Double or Nothing mean slang? ›

idiom US (UK double or quits) Add to word list Add to word list. (in games where money is risked) an agreement that the player who owes money will owe twice as much if they lose, but will owe nothing if they win. SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases.

How many tickets have been sold for AEW Double or Nothing 2023? ›

AEW sold out the pay-per-view event the last two times they were in Las Vegas, both on the first day of ticket sales. Tickets for AEW All In 2023 are still around 62,000 paid with a $7.9 million gate. Despite the initial excitement and hype, the sales have more or less stalled.

Who did Jade Cargill lose to? ›

But when he said that Cargill would defend her title at any time in any place, a returning Kris Statlander made her way to the ring and won the title while also ending the champion's undefeated streak in one of the most surprising moments of the night.

Who won the AEW tournament? ›

The current champion is Orange Cassidy, who is in his first reign, which is the longest reign for the title. He won the title as the All-Atlantic Championship by defeating Pac on the October 12, 2022, episode of Dynamite.

Who has the most wins in AEW? ›

Wrestlers with Highest AEW Win Percentages
gimmickWin PercentageTotal Matches
Kenny Omega74.4681%94
Cash Wheeler73.9726%73
Scorpio Sky73.8636%88
Maxwell Jacob Friedman73.3333%60
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Is Jade Cargill leaving AEW? ›

Jade Cargill is slated to take some time off soon, before returning to the ring down the line with a “personality shift.” The decision to end Jade Cargill's undefeated streak and introduce new storylines and character arcs indicates a commitment to evolving and diversifying the women's wrestling landscape.

Who is the youngest wrestler in AEW? ›

Nick Wayne on being the youngest wrestler to sign with AEW, going to Japan while in high school, DEFY Wrestling, more. Nick Wayne joined Chris Jericho this week on "Talk Is Jericho" to talk about his rise on the independent scene. Wayne is under AEW contract but won't debut until after he turns 18 years old.

Who is the current AEW champion 2023? ›

It is held by first-time champion Kris Statlander, who defeated Jade Cargill at Double or Nothing on May 28, 2023.

Who won the tag team belts in AEW? ›

AEW World Tag Team Championship
PromotionAll Elite Wrestling
Date establishedJune 18, 2019
Current champion(s)FTR (Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler)
Date wonApril 5, 2023
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Who won the TNT Championship? ›

Christian Cage helped Luchasaurus win the title from Wardlow. Luchasaurus is the new TNT Champion.

How many title defenses did CM Punk have? ›

After CM Punk won the WWE Championship from Alberto Del Rio at Survivor Series 2011, he spent 434 days as WWE Champion, accumulating 13 pay-per-view title defenses, in addition to many more on television, including against opponents from whom you wouldn't normally expect such excellent matches, like Mark Henry on two ...

How long will double or nothing last? ›

What time does AEW Double or Nothing 2023 start? AEW Double or Nothing 2023 begins with the Buy-In show starting at 7:00 p.m. ET and the main show underway at 8 p.m. ET. The card is expected to last around four hours.


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