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AEW Double Or Nothing results: live coverage

AEW Double Or Nothing

AEW Double Or Nothing
May 25, 2019
Las Vegas, NV
MGM Grand Garden Arena

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The Buy In pre-show
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21-Man Casino Battle Royale (Winner to wrestle Jericho or Omega for AEW World Title at a future show)
Participants: Sonny Kiss, Brandon Cutler, Ace Romero, Glacier, Brian Pillman Jr., Sunny Daze, MJF, Joey Janela, Dustin Thomas, Billy Gunn, Jimmy Havoc, Michael Nakazawa, Jungle Boy, Isiah Kassidy, Marq Quen, Luchasaurus, Shawn Spears, Orange Cassidy, TBA, TBA, TBA

Hangman Page was the surprise 21st entrant in this match. MJF hid near the end of the match and looked to surprise Page after Page thought he had eliminated the last person. Page wasn't caught off guard, however, and managed to hit a slingshot lariat on MJF and throw him over the top rope.

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Winner: Hangman Page

Kip Sabian vs. Sammy Guevara

After a crazy athletic match, Kip Sabian arguably picked up the upset victory here. It was a back-and-forth match which involved suplexes to the outside and other big spots. At one point, Guevara draped Sabian over the guardrail and then delivered a shooting star press. Sabian would get the win after hitting Deathly Hollows.

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Winner: Kip Sabian

Following the match, a promotional video for Sadie Gibbs was shown. Jim Ross was shown entering the arena. Omega, Cody, and the Bucks then welcomed everyone to the PPV.

SoCal Uncensored (Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian, and Scorpio Sky) vs. Strong Hearts (Cima, T-Hawk, and El Lindaman)

The first match on the official PPV was SCU vs Strong Hearts

SCU picked up the win after delivering the best Meltzer ever to El Lindaman after a high-paced match. The trio from Southern California opened up the PPV with a promo where they unsurprisingly said that Las Vegas is the worst town they've ever been to.

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Winner: SCU

Britt Baker vs. Nyla Rose vs. Kylie Rae

Brandi Rhodes came out to start this match. She introduced Awesome Kong as the surprise 4th entrant. There were a number of spots including a Tower of Doom spot that saw Nyla Rose take the brunt of the impact. With Rose and Kong both on the outside, Baker got the pin on Kylie Rae.

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Winner: Britt Baker

Best Friends vs. Angelico and Jack Evans

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This was a great match and the fans were really into it. It would be the best friends who would pick up the victory here after delivering their spiked pile driver finish.

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Winner: the Best Friends

After the match, the lights went out and the Super Smash Bros appeared. They brought with them about 8 or 9 minions in masks who helped them attach both teams.

All Out was announced for August 31 in the Sears Centre in Chicago.

Aja Kong, Yuka Sakazaki, and Emi Sakura vs. Hikaru Shida, Riho, and Ryo Mizunami

Hikaru Shida, Riho, and Ryo Mizunami picked up the win here in this 6-person Joshi-styled match. Aja Kong looked to be an unstoppable monster in this match, but ultimately her team would be on the losing side of things. Kong got taken out of the match after hitting her teammate with a spinning back fist, leaving her prone to a Shining Wizard from Hikaru Shida.

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Winners: Hikaru Shida, Riho, and Ryo Mizunami 

Cody Rhodes vs. Dustin Rhodes

In a match which will likely be remembered forever for AEW fans, Cody and Dustin tore the house down. Dustin was busted up after taking a drop-toe-hold into an exposed turnbuckle. Cody played the heel throughout the match as his brother bled buckets. Cody would pick up the win after delivering his second Cross Rhodes of the match.

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Winner: Cody

After the match, Cody asked Dustin to team with him next month at Fight for the Fallen against the Young Bucks.

Bret Hart Introduces the New AEW World Championship

Bret Hart was brought out to introduce the new AEW World Championship belt. He brought out Hangman Page who earned a shot at the title on the Buy-In. Page and Hart were interrupted by MJF, however, who made his usual wisecracks, even joking about Hart being tackled at the Hall of Fame ceremony. Several members of the AEW roster took out MJF and this allowed Hart to show the title belt.

AAA World Tag Team Championship
The Young Bucks vs. The Lucha Bros.

The Young Bucks retained the AAA tag team championships in this match against Pentagon and Fenix, the Lucha Bros. This was everything fans likely expected it to be. Canadian Destroyer piledrivers were given on the ring apron, the Bucks did their usual tag team arsenal of moves and eventually got the win with a Meltzer Driver on Fenix.

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Winners: The Young Bucks

Kenny Omega vs. Chris Jericho

Jericho came into this looking in great shape. Jericho took the advantage after putting Omega through a table and kept on the offense with a Liontamer and 2 Codebreakers. It was his new move Judas, a spinning back elbow, which would due in omega, however.

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Winner: Chris Jericho. 

After the match, Jericho was trying to take credit for AEW's success when Jon Moxley came through the crowd. He took out Jericho and the referee before turning his attention to Omega. Omega and Moxley would brawl throughout the arena and on top of the gambling chips on the stage. Ambrose tossed Omega off the stage set up and onto the floor to close the show.