Well, well, well! AEW Revolution 2023 really knocked our socks off, didn’t it? I mean, it was only a jaw-dropping, mind-blowing extravaganza that showcased AEW’s finest talents and set the bar sky-high for All Elite Wrestling’s pay-per-views this year. I for one can barely contain my excitement.
Now, let’s talk about the next big wrestling bash, shall we? Double or Nothing is just around the corner, and you know what that means! It’s only one of the most anticipated wrestling nights of the year. I can hardly wait…
Post-Revolution, we’ve got our dashing villain, MJF, in need of a fresh challenger for his world title. And let’s not forget our triumphant heroes Hangman Adam Page, Ricky Starks, and Jungle Boy, who just couldn’t help but win big. Oh, and House of Black? They took down The Elite in a spectacular showdown. As for Jamie Hayter, she remains the shining beacon of the women’s division – truly, the gold standard.
But, alas! What’s next on this wild wrestling ride? Well, that’s anyone’s guess, really. The road to May 28th is shrouded in mystery, and even the most intriguing storylines set up at Revolution could be resolved before Double or Nothing even rolls around.
Sure, predicting the card is a fool’s errand, but who doesn’t enjoy a bit of fun, eh? So, let’s all sit back, grab some popcorn, and indulge in wild speculation as to what might be the best way for AEW to keep this unstoppable momentum going. After all, it was only one of their best shows to date. No pressure, right?
keep up with AEW Double or Nothing.
Pandemonium at the Playground: Blackpool Brawlers Take on the Oh-So-Elite
Oh, what a delightful little saga we have here! Moxley and Hangman Adam Page have been at each other’s throats for months like a pair of bickering siblings. Their epic feud seemingly reached its climax with a rather barbaric Texas Death match. But wait! There’s more!
You see, there’s still plenty of untapped potential bubbling away in this clash of titans. And The Elite? Well, they’re just an intriguing little anomaly in this whole shebang, aren’t they?
Now, picture this: The Elite vs. BCC in the most thrilling stable battle AEW could possibly muster. It’s like they’ve planted the seeds for a wrestling supercrop. If Page isn’t quite finished with BCC, whether he’s dealing with Mox, Claudio Castagnoli, Wheeler Yuta, or Bryan Danielson, he’ll need some backup. And who better to recruit than his old pals Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks after a heartwarming reconciliation?
But hold on, there’s another twist! What if the Dark Order gets involved? Sure, it could keep the core rivalry chugging along, but let’s be honest, The Elite have that undeniable star power and are the easier picks for the pay-per-view.
Double or Nothing has always had that one stable warfare match, like a cherry on top of the wrestling sundae. Both teams have tangoed in the Double or Nothing spotlight before, but only BCC have experienced the unique chaos of Anarchy in the Arena. i cannot wait for AEW Double or Nothing.
Swerve’s Slick Showdown: Tackling the Mighty Keith Lee on AEW Double or Nothing
Well, isn’t this just a fascinating turn of events? Revolution had a shorter card than usual, all thanks to that enthralling 60-Minute Iron Man main event. Poor Swerve Strickland and Keith Lee were left to compete in a tag team bout at Rampage, of all places.
But fear not! This epic feud simply cries out for a grand stage where these titans can duke it out one last time. Be it an elegant display of wrestling finesse or an all-out, brutal No Holds Barred fight, these two chaps truly deserve their moment in the spotlight.
Of course, there’s a teensy-weensy concern that AEW might be too preoccupied with wrapping up the 2023 Owen Hart Foundation Tournament at this event. If that’s the case, both of our wrestling heroes could find themselves tangled up in the tournament, unable to resolve their thrilling rivalry before it goes stale like last week’s biscuits.
What we really need is for this match to be treated with the same reverence usually reserved for the likes of Chris Jericho and Jon Moxley. Now that would be a proper showdown, wouldn’t it?
AEW Double or Nothing: The Ayatollah of Rock ‘n’ Rolla Meets the Panama City Playboy: Jericho vs. Cole
Well, isn’t it just a given that Chris Jericho will always snag a spot on an AEW PPV card? I mean, he’s only wrestled practically every top name in the company. However, it seems he and Adam Cole still have some untapped potential simmering between them, just waiting to be unleashed.
Now, let’s talk about the Owen Hart Foundation men’s winner, shall we? The poor lad hasn’t quite had the chance to fully spread his wings in AEW. Sure, he’s a highly valued performer and all, but even before that unfortunate concussion, Cole was more of a challenger than a champion.
But fear not! Cole has the makings of a top guy in AEW, especially as a freshly minted babyface. All he needs is a proper feud to reintroduce him as the major star he’s destined to be.
Enter Cole vs. Jericho – an easy money match if there ever was one. With the veteran’s help, the former NXT champion can be reestablished and set up as an intriguing future challenger for our dear MJF. Now, wouldn’t that be a sight to behold?
AEW TBS Championship Showdown: Jade ‘The Juggernaut’ Cargill (c) Clashes with the Tempestuous Toni Storm
Well, it’s simply tragic that Jade Cargill missed out on Revolution, leaving the event with a measly one women’s match. We can’t let that happen again now, can we? lets keep an eye for AEW Double or Nothing.
But let’s be real – the TBS champion can’t just keep wrestling opponents that are a walk in the park. It’s high time the company built a big name to give her a proper challenge.
And what better way than to throw Cargill into the thrilling fray of AEW originals vs. outsiders? Saraya, Toni Storm, and Ruby Soho have already made their intentions clear.
Now, Cargill has had her share of dancing between face and heel, and as an AEW original, she could certainly benefit from rubbing shoulders with some more established names.
Enter Toni Storm, the unsung MVP of the women’s division since her arrival. She’s been putting on fantastic matches left, right, and centre. Surely, she can give Cargill her best match yet, while leaving us all wondering if the titleholder might finally be dethroned.
AEW Trios Championships: House of Black (c) Faces the Deadly Dance of Death Triangle
House of Black went and pulled a fast one on us all, snatching the AEW Trios Championships from The Elite at Revolution. Bravo, chaps! Now, the next few months should see Malakai Black, Brody King, and Buddy Matthews bask in their hard-earned glory.
As for who’ll be the lucky trio to challenge them first, it’s anyone’s guess. But, dear AEW, why not revisit a classic feud that made the titles a possibility in the first place?
House of Black and Death Triangle have been at each other’s throats for yonks. It’s a match that never fails to impress, and PAC, Rey Fenix, and Penta El Zero Miedo certainly deserve a spot on the card.
Sure, some might see it as a rerun, but why not spice things up with a tantalising stipulation to finally put this rivalry to bed? A good old-fashioned street fight or a thrilling ladder match should do the trick.
All Atlantic Championship: The Slothful Sensation Orange Cassidy (c) Takes on the Daring Darby Allin
Hasn’t Orange Cassidy just been the bee’s knees as All Atlantic champion? Every time we turn around he’s dazzling us with another fresh, top-notch performance.
Sadly, the poor chap didnt get a chance to defend his title at the last PPV, opting instead to fight for the AEW Tag Team Championships. We simply can’t let that happen again at Double or Nothing, can we?
Now, the most logical choice to challenge our beloved Freshly Squeezed would be an AEW original who, through some cruel twist of fate, missed the Revolution card. Enter Darby Allin – an essential cog in the AEW machine, who can undoubtedly whip up an exciting and unique match against Cassidy.
Honestly, it’s anyone’s guess wholl be Cassidy’s opponent, but a showdown with Allin seems like a surefire win for AEW. And who doesn’t love a bit of unpredictability?
AEW Tag Team Championships: The Gunnslingers (c) Take Aim at FTR’s Ferocious Fight
Ooohhh, how we’ve all been waiting with bated breath for the rematch of The Gunns vs. FTR! Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler made their triumphant return at Revolution, immediately setting their sights on Austin and Colten Gunn.
Now, they could easily book that match and switch the titles in a heartbeat, but where’s the fun in that? Let’s wait for a grand stage and give The Gunns the best match of their lives, courtesy of FTR and a cracking storyline.
You see, the longer Austin and Colten cling to their championship status, the more fans will love to hate them. FTR’s pursuit of the titles should be riddled with obstacles, making their ultimate victory all the sweeter.
If both teams can keep the story simmering for two whole months, we could have a sleeper hit on our hands. Just imagine the entire crowd rallying behind the challengers, desperate to see the heel champions dethroned!
AEW Women’s Championship: The Unstoppable Hayter-nator (c) Takes On Thunder Rosa, the Lightning Queen
Jamie Hayter really ought to be the AEW women’s champion forever and a day, shouldn’t she? Having trounced multiple top contenders, it’s high time for a breath of fresh air instead of rehashing old rivalries with Toni Storm, Saraya, or Ruby Soho.
Enter Thunder Rosa, poised for a comeback and harboring a wee bit of unfinished business with the AEW Women’s Championship – not to mention a ready-made rivalry with our champion, Hayter.
But with Rosa being a long-time nemesis of Britt Baker, it’s hardly ideal for her to immediately join forces with the AEW originals in the grand saga of the women’s division.
Instead, lets kick things off with Rosa earning the respect of her fellow wrestlers while putting on a jolly good show against the reigning champion.
Although these two have tangoed before, this time its a whole new ball game, bound to keep the crowd on the edge of their seats, utterly engrossed in the women’s division.
AEW World Championship: The Infinitely Modest MJF (c) Takes on Jungle Boy, Lord of the Vines
now that MJF has triumphed over Jon Moxley and Bryan Danielson, the AEW champion needs a new victim challenger to keep things spicy. And lo and behold, three men have emerged from the fray as future contenders.
While “Hangman” Adam Page and Ricky Starks could give MJF a run for his money, they’ve got other tales to spin on their way to Double or Nothing.
Enter “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry, who has wrapped up his epic with Christian Cage and looks more than ready to grab that shiny gold. Not to mention he’s got a bit of history with The Salt of the Earth.
Back in 2020 at Double or Nothing, the plucky 25-year-old was the first one to really give MJF a run for his money. Plus, he’s part of the Four Pillars of AEW alongside Darby Allin and Sammy Guevara – and MJF has never been one to hold back when it comes to expressing his contempt for those he deems beneath him.
If MJF wants to prove he’s truly the top dog, he’s got to take on the other three musketeers and show he’s the best of the lot.
It’s a tall order following in the footsteps of MJF’s epic battles with Moxley, Starks and Danielson. But Jungle Boy is the perfect guy to keep the champ on his toes, forcing him to shift gears from being the underdog to the top dog for once.
Well folks, there you have it. AEW’s Double or Nothing is shaping up to be quite the event, with potential matchups like MJF vs. Jungle Boy, The Gunns vs. FTR, and Jamie Hayter vs. Thunder Rosa. We can’t wait to see what surprises AEW has in store for us next.
Q: Who do you think MJF’s next challenger will be at AEW Double or Nothing?
A: Well, it’s hard to say for sure, but Jungle Boy seems like the perfect fit. He’s got history with MJF and is part of the Four Pillars of AEW, so it would make for an epic showdown.
Q: Will The Gunns retain their tag team titles against FTR at AEW Double or Nothing?
A: It’s hard to say, but if they can keep the story going for a few more months, FTR could finally dethrone the Gunns and give us an exciting new tag team champion.
Q: Who will be the next challenger for Jamie Hayter’s women’s championship at AEW Double or Nothing?
A: Thunder Rosa seems like the obvious choice, but AEW could always throw us a curveball and introduce a new challenger to keep things fresh.
Q: Will Hangman Adam Page make an appearance at AEW Double or Nothing?
A: It’s possible, but he’s got his own stories to tell right now. We’ll just have to wait and see.