The start of AEW as the future of professional wrestling was marked by Double or Nothing in 2019. It is only fitting that the Four Pillars of AEW square off on May 28 at Double or Nothing to decide the organization’s future.
Double or Nothing will be broadcast on BR Live and DAZN this year from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Sammy Guevara, “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry, Darby Allin, and MJF compete in the Four Pillars match. The AEW World Champion, MJF, has done everything possible to keep the championship.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) May 22, 2023
With men who joined AEW simultaneously as him, he now has to defeat not one but three rivals. In singles bouts, all four have occasionally clashed. Who will be the AEW’s leading man to leave Double or Nothing?
The Elite of Kenny Omega, Matt Jackson, Nick Jackson, and “Hangman” Adam Page will compete against the Blackpool Combat Club in an Anarchy in the Arena bout. Bryan Danielson, Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli, and Wheeler Yuta will also compete in the match.
The Elite, seen as the center of AEW, had a rocky history together, with Page being the outcast. The BBC targeted the Elite and its allies in AEW broadcasts. Fans should anticipate mayhem now that Page is back in the group.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) May 28, 2023
A pinfall or submission is the only way to triumph in a no-disqualification tornado tag match like Anarchy in the Arena.
On the schedule, there are also other title contests. In a 21-man battle royal, Orange Cassidy defends the AEW International Title while FTR defends the AEW World Tag Team Titles against Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal. Jade Cargill defends the TBS title against Taya Valkyrie, while Wardlow defends the TNT title against Christian Cage. Jamie Hayter, who is injured, might face Toni Storm of The Outcasts to defend the AEW Women’s World Title.