AEW: Double or Nothing 2021 to have a Full Capacity Crowd

AEW President Tony Khan was a guest on today’s episode of Busted Open Radio and revealed that the AEW Double or Nothing pay-per-view on May 30th will take place with a full capacity crowd in attendance.

Khan noted that there will be an AEW live event on the Friday before Double or Nothing, as well as a fan fest on the Saturday, with the PPV taking place on Sunday.

It’ll be the first time in over 14 months that AEW has had a full crowd at any event. The last time was in March 2020 when Cody Rhodes had this speech.

Double or Nothing 2020 Quick Results

  • Casino Ladder match: mystery entrant BRIAN CAGE was the ninth and final combatant and retrieved the chip in 28:37.
  • MJF defeated Jungle Boy in 17:34.
  • Cody Rhodes defeated Lance Archer to become the first ever TNT Television champion in 21:00.
  • Kris Statlander defeated Penelope Ford in 8:08.
  • Dustin Rhodes defeated Shawn Spears in 3:25.
  • It was announced that All Out 2020 would take place on September 5.
  • Hikaru Shida defeated Nyla Rose to win the AEW Women’s title in 16:32. Shida paid tribute to the late Hana Kimura before, during and after the title win.
  • Jon Moxley defeated The Exalted One, Mr. Brodie Lee in 15:32 to retain the AEW World title.
  • The Elite and Matt Hardy defeated The Inner Circle in the Stadium Stampede after 34:00.

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