AEW DOUBLE OR NOTHING Tickets Are Now On Sale - Check Out Some New Poster Art

AEW DOUBLE OR NOTHING Tickets Are Now On Sale - Check Out Some New Poster Art

It was announced during last week's episode of Dynamite that All Elite Wrestling would hold a second Double of Nothing pay-per-view this May, and tickets for the event are now available to purchase online.

By MarkCassidy - Feb 15, 2020 08:02 AM EST
Filed Under: AEW
It was reported during last week's episode of Dynamite that All Elite Wrestling will return to Las Vegas, Nevada for their second Double or Nothing event on May 23, 2020 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, and tickets for the show are now available to purchase online.

The first event was AEW's first proper pay-per-view after All In and sold out in a matter of minutes, so the promotion will obviously be hoping to achieve similar levels of success with this revival.

Here's what Tony Khan had to say at the time of the announcement:

“Last May, we sparked a revolution with our inaugural Double or Nothing pay-per-view event in Las Vegas. Double or Nothing rocked the wrestling industry and led to Wednesday Night Dynamite, a top-rated weekly show on TNT reaching millions of viewers worldwide, and over 140,000 live event tickets sold to date. It’s been an incredible run, and only fitting that we return to Las Vegas to celebrate our one year anniversary with AEW’s marquee event. On Saturday, May 23, Double or Nothing is back for round two at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Last year’s event changed the world of wrestling, and this year the stakes will be even higher.”

No matches have been made official for the PPV yet, but if the new poster art is anything to go by, Chris Jericho will still be AEW Champion!

You can pick up tickets at the link below.

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