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AEW Double Or Nothing Results (05/29/2022)


All Elite Wrestling will deliver a star-studded show with AEW Double or Nothing on May 29.


The event, which will air live from the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada, will feature AEW World Champion Hangman Page defending his title against CM Punk. Plus, The Young Bucks will face The Hardys, and both Owen Hart Foundation Tournaments will conclude.


The Buy In


The show opens with several video packages to hype up the show.


The Acclaimed and Gunn Club come to the stage, and Caster starts rapping about HOOK, spitting fire like Chris Jericho, and winning the tag titles. Anthony Bowens gets an “Ass Boys” chant going.


In a pre-taped promo, Eddie Kingston cuts a promo on how Chris Jericho brought him back to his darkest place, as he doesn’t know where he is mentally. He’s scared about what he’s going to do; through tears, he says he hurts people, and the JAS is bringing his demon back. He breaks a bottle of alcohol and says he can’t stand Jericho because he’s done this to him. Kingston dares him to find out why no company ever wanted him and says he’ll find out on Sunday. He also says this about Tony Khan, too, as he could have stopped this. But he closes it by saying he’ll see the JAS on Sunday.


HOOK and Danhausen vs. Tony Nese and “Smart” Mark Sterling


Danhausen and HOOK get huge pops. HOOK and Nese start the bout; Taz’s son takes “The Premier Athlete” down right off the bat. Danhausen tags in and Nese down with a hurricanrana. Nese gains the upper hand and isolates Danhausen with Sterling. “The Premier Athlete” drops HOOK with a cheap shot, but Danhausen rallies and drops Nese. HOOK makes the hot tag, and Sterling refuses to tag Nese. Sterling distracts him, but HOOK suplexes both men. He plays to the crowd and tags in Danhausen, who covers Sterling for the win.


Winners: HOOK and Danhausen


Main Show


MJF vs. Wardlow


MJF enters to loud boos and milks the crowds’ jeers. He does an airplane taunt in the ring, seemingly in reference to the report that a plane ticket out of Las Vegas was purchased for him on Saturday. Wardlow enters, handcuffed and surrounded by security guards. MJF leaves the ring once Wardlow enters. The bell rings, and MJF goes back outside. The fans chant “He showed up” at MJF. “The Salt of the Earth” attacks Wardlow from behind, and the powerhouse no-sells it. Wardlow gets his hands on MJF, who goes for a sunset flip to no avail. “Mr. Mayhem” goes for a powerbomb, and MJF bites his way out. MJF thumbs Wardlow in the eye and gets a two count after he counters a powerbomb. He seemingly hurts his leg and cries out. He takes the Dynamite Diamond Ring out of his trunks, and the referee stops him from using it.


MJF tries to talk to Wardlow and offers him a handshake. Wardlow shakes his hand and holds on. He then powerbombs MJF, much to the crowd’s delight. He poses and hits another powerbomb. He taunts and hits two more powerbombs. Wardlow breaks his own pin so he can inflict even more punishment. He hits three more powerbombs and pins MJF for the win.


Winner: Wardlow


After the match, MJF is taken out of the ring on a stretcher. The broadcast team announces that Wardlow is now officially a member of All Elite Wrestling. Tony Schiavone interviews Wardlow and tells him he is “All Elite.” The “Wardlow is #AllElite” graphic appears on the screen. The crowd chants, “You deserve it.”


The Young Bucks vs. The Hardys


A “Viva Las Vegas” parody plays before the Bucks’ entrance. Matt Jackson and Matt Hardy start the bout; they exchange “Elite” and “Delete” taunts. They feel each other out and match each other step for step. Jeff tags in, and Matt Jackson tags in Nick, who mocks Jeff’s dancing. The Hardys respond by mocking the Jackson’s flexing taunt. They gain the upper hand and force the Bucks to regroup. Fans chant for Brandon Cutler, and Nick shoves him out of frustration. Matt Hardy floors Matt Jackson with a clothesline and suplex. The Hardys suplex Nick onto Matt. The Bucks counter Poetry in Motion and turn it into a kick. Matt Hardy eats a superkick.


The Bucks mock the fans’ chants and isolate Jeff. Cutler stops Jeff from tagging out by pulling Matt off the apron. Jeff dodges Nick’s attempt at the Whisper in the Wind and hits it himself. Matt tags in and slams Nick into the turnbuckle. He takes the fight to Matt Jackson and Cutler, too. A Side Effect earns Matt a two count. The Bucks send Matt crashing to the outside, and Nick kicks him in the face. Jeff flips them off and dropkicks Matt. Nick superkicks Jeff and causes him to fall onto both Matts. Nick dives onto the three men outside the ring. Matt Hardy is left by himself, and the Bucks get a two count with a double-team. Cutler takes an accidental kick to the face and The Hardys rally. Matt drops Matt Jackson with a Side Effect onto the apron. The Hardys hit Poetry in Motion. Nick stomps on Matt while he’s laid out across Matt Jackson’s knees. Nick dodges the Swanton Bomb and hits the Twist of Fate. Matt hits the Swanton for a two count.


Jeff fights his way of the BTE trigger, but the Hardys get invited to a Superkick Party. Matt and Nick kick them again, but The Hardys won’t stay down. Matt Jackson sets up the steps at ringside, but Jeff fights his way free. Matt Hardy hits a powerbomb on Nick. Jeff hits a Swanton Bomb on Matt on top of the steps. Matt gets a near fall with a Twist of Fate. Jeff clinches the win with the Swanton Bomb.


Winners: The Hardy Boys


Jeff temporarily leaves through the crowd after the match. He comes back and celebrates with Matt.


A pre-taped video shows the aftermath of The Acclaimed and The Gunn Club having fun in Las Vegas. All four men are laid out in their room; a sleeping Anthony Bowens is doing a scissors taunt.


TBS Championship: Jade Cargill (c) vs. Anna Jay

Cargill backs Jay into the corner. The challenger briefly gains the upper hand, but the champion slams her to the mat. Cargill suplexes Jay and clotheslines her. She rocks Jay with some strikes, but the challenger gains some momentum with a superplex. Cargill doesn’t go down when Jay hits a lariat. Cargill rolls to the outside, and Jay slams her into the steel steps. Kiera Hogan and Red Velvet try to attack Jay, but she drops both with a double DDT. Cargill rocks Jay with a boot, but Jay gets a two count with a roll-through. “Smart” Mark Sterling comes to the ring and slips Cargill his crutch. He distracts the referee, and Jay hits a Russian Legsweep with a crutch. John Silver runs to ringside and drops Sterling with a Brainbuster.


Cargill hits the Isle of the Storm for a two count. Jay locks in the Queenslayer, but Cargill powers her way out. Stokely Hathaway (Malcolm Bivens) walks down the ramp, distracting Jay and allowing Cargill to hit a super Jaded for the win.


Winner and still TBS Champion: Jade Cargill


Hathaway, Cargill, and The Baddies celebrate together. Kris Statlander saves Jay from a beatdown, and Athena (the former Ember Moon) makes her AEW debut by coming out to confront Cargill.


House of Black (Malakai Black, Brody King, and Buddy Matthews) vs. Death Triangle (PAC, Penta Oscuro, and Rey Fenix)


Malakai Black and Rey Fenix start the bout. They feel each other out, and Fenix takes him down with a hurricanrana. Fenix mocks Black’s sitting pose, and Black does it right back. Matthews tags in and takes a nasty superkick. Penta tags in and matches Matthews step for step. They trade blows, and PAC tags in. He kicks Matthews in the face, and King tags in. The big man overpowers PAC and blasts him with a chop. He sends PAC crashing to the floor. All six men stare each other down, and fists are flying as they start brawling. King levels PAC with a lariat. Black drills Fenix with some strikes. Matthews hits a Meteora and blasts PAC with a pump kick. PAC turns him inside-out with a lariat.


House of Black takes control and isolates PAC. King crushes him with a splash in the corner, but he dodges a cannonball. Fenix tags in and clears house with a flurry of offense. Matthews takes superkicks from the Lucha Brothers. Penta and Fenix dive onto their opponents outside the ring. Death Triangle triple-teams King for a two count. Matthews catches a diving Fenix and suplexes him on the floor. Everybody starts diving to the outside. King dives onto PAC and Penta. Fenix is left alone, but PAC and Penta break up a pin after the Dante’s Inferno. Death Triangle kicks their opponents. PAC drops Black with a two count with a brainbuster. Matthews takes a Destroyer on the apron. Black is left by himself, and he gets superkicked by Death Triangle. He counters the Fear Factor and hits the Black Mass on Fenix. PAC kicks him and suplexes Matthews. Abrahantes distracts the referee, and PAC kicks Black below the belt. The lights go out, and Julia Hart is standing in the ring. She mists PAC, and Black hits the Black Mass for the win.


House of Black (Malakai Black, Brody King, and Buddy Matthews)


Hart leaves with House of Black after the bout.


Owen Hart Foundation Men’s Tournament Finals: Adam Cole vs. Samoa Joe

Mike Chioda is the referee for this special match. The fans chant “Owen” as the two competitors feel each other out. Joe powers Cole into the corner as the feeling-out process continues. The powerhouse drills Cole with a series of punches. He rocks Cole with a kick to the head and maintains the advantage. Joe trucks over Cole with a back elbow, sending him out of the ring. Cole blasts Joe with a superkick and slams him arm-first into the apron. He sends the ROH World Television Champion shoulder-first into the ring post and takes control of the bout. Joe fires back with some strikes, but Cole kicks his arm and wrenches it in the ropes. Joe counters the Panama Sunrise and slams Cole knee-first into the mat.


Cole kicks the wounded arm again, but Joe floors him with an STO. “The Samoan Submission Machine” takes control with a flurry of offense and gets a two count with a senton. Cole rocks Joe with a kick and gets a two count with a backstabber. He locks in a Crossface, but Joe reaches the ropes. Joe powerbombs Cole for a two count and locks in the STF, but Cole gets out of it by putting his foot on the rope. Bobby Fish comes to ringside and snaps Joe’s arm over the ropes. Joe goes for the rear-naked choke, but Fish distracts him again, so he can’t lock it in. Cole kicks Joe and hits The Boom for the win.


Winner: Adam Cole


Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament Finals: Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. (with Rebel and Jamie Hayter) vs. Ruby Soho

Rich Ward of Fozzy plays Baker to the ring, while Rancid does a live edition of “Ruby Soho” for “The Runaway.” Baker and Soho square off and trade holds. Soho wrenches the former champion’s arm. Baker hammers her with some forearms in the corner. Soho sends her to the outside and blasts her with a dropkick. She suplexes Baker on the floor. Back in the ring, Baker takes control and stretches Soho around the ring post. Soho chops Baker, but the former champion drops her with a Russian Legsweep. Soho superplexes Baker. The two women trade blows, as the match is a stalemate. They both fall down and take a moment to regroup. Baker drills Soho with some kicks, and Soho responds with a Saito suplex. Soho gets a two count with a diving senton. Baker gets a two count with a stomp. She goes for the Lockjaw, but Soho avoids it. Baker goes for it again, and Soho counters. She hits the No Future and puts Baker in the Sharpshooter, but Baker reaches the ropes.


Baker rolls through a pin attempt and stacks Soho up for the win.


Winner: Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D.


The former champion shakes Soho’s hand after the match. Baker and Adam Cole kiss and celebrate together.


Tony Schiavone presents Dr. Martha Hart, who presents the winners with the trophies and the custom titles. The crowd chants “Owen” and “Thank you, Martha.” Martha thanks AEW and everyone involved in making this happen.


Scorpio Sky, Ethan Page, and Paige VanZant (with Dan Lambert) vs. Sammy Guevara, Frankie Kazarian, and Tay Conti


Page punches Guevara and drops him with an elbow to the face. Guevara leaps over Page and dropkicks him. Page slams Guevara and tags Sky. Kazarian and Sky face-off, and the TNT Champion catches him with a dropkick. Kaz hits a diving elbow drop, and Sky takes the fight to Guevara with some body shots. Conti and Guevara double-team Kazarian. Sky tags in, and Kazarian takes him down with a Russian Legsweep. Sky drops him with a Flatliner. Conti rocks VanZant with a cheap shot. Guevara and Conti dance with each other at ringside, leaving Kazarian on his own. He calls Guevara a stupid “son of a bitch”, and “The Spanish God” tags in while Kaz has the Chicken Wing locked in. VanZant tags in and slams Conti to the mat.


She clotheslines Conti and suplexes her. PVZ hits a handspring elbow. Guevara saves Conti from another slam and eats a DDT from PVZ. VanZant gets a two count with a Michinoku Driver. Conti takes control with some strikes, and she slams PVZ. Guevara and Conti make out. Page, Sky, and PVZ stare them down. Kazarian leaves his partners on their own. Sky drops Guevara with a slingshot cutter, and Kaz hits a rope-assisted DDT. Conti argues with Kaz, and when Guevara tries to superkick him, he ducks and hits Conti. Sky capitalizes by hitting the TKO for the win.


Winners: Scorpio Sky, Ethan Page, and Paige VanZant


Darby Allin vs. Kyle O’Reilly


Allin takes the fight to O’Reilly, but the latter drops him with a stiff knee to the face. O’Reilly targets Allin’s arm and maintains the advantage. Allin rallies with a series of strikes. He gets a two count with a Code Red and locks in a front face lock before he transitions and hits the Scorpion Death Drop. Allin hits a modified Stunner and goes for a dive, but he slips and lands hard on the floor. Allin goes for another dive, but O’Reilly catches him and locks in a Guillotine. He rolls Allin back into the ring, and the former TNT Champion stacks O’Reilly up for a two count. O’Reilly gets a two count with a Brainbuster. He traps Allin in an ankle lock, but the fan-favorite reverses it into a Sharpshooter. Allin hits a Coffin Drop while O’Reilly is hung up in the ropes. O’Reilly locks in an arm breaker, but Allin turns it into a pin attempt.


They trade strikes, and O’Reilly blasts Allin with some kicks. O’Reilly pins Allin with a diving knee drop.


Winner: Kyle O’Reilly


AEW Women’s World Championship: Thunder Rosa (c) vs. Serena Deeb

Rosa and Deeb feel each other out and exchange holds. They’re evenly matched early on. The champion rocks in the pendulum and turns it into a pin attempt for a two count. Rosa takes Deeb down with two arm drags. She dropkicks Deeb off the apron, but the challenger gets back up and slams her into the turnbuckle. A neck breaker over the ropes gives Deeb the upper hand. Deeb locks in the abdominal stretch, but Rosa fights out of it. The champion rallies and slams Deeb. She sends Deeb face-first into the turnbuckle. Rosa gets a two count with a Northern Lights suplex. Deeb locks in a modified Octopus hold. She hits an innovative face-buster off the second rope.


Deeb locks in the Stretch Muffler, but the champion reverses and smashes Deeb’s knee into the mat. Both women are down after a double clothesline. Rosa hits a diving stomp to the back and gets a two count with the Death Valley Driver. Deeb takes her down with a chop block and locks in the Figure Four. The two competitors trade blows while the hold is locked in. They roll out of the ring and land hard on the floor. Deeb nails a Dragon Screw in the ropes and hits the Deeb-tox for a two count. She goes for the Serenity Lock and transitions into a powerbomb. She locks in the Cloverleaf, but Rosa reaches the ropes. Rosa clinches the win with the Thunder Driver.


Winner and still AEW Women’s World Champion: Thunder Rosa


Anarchy in the Arena Match: Eddie Kingston, Santana, Ortiz, Jon Moxley, and Bryan Danielson vs. Jericho Appreciation Society (Chris Jericho, Angelo Parker, Matt Menard, Daniel Garcia, and Jake Hager)


Ring announcer Justin Roberts tells the fans that “s—‘s about to hit the fan.” The JAS come to the ring dressed like The Backstreet Boys. The match begins as a brawl during Kingston and co.’s entrance. Kingston stops Jericho from leaving as they fight into the crowd. Everyone fights in the crowd as “Wild Thing” keeps playing on the PA System. Moxley takes a fork and digs into Matt Menard’s head. Moxley chokes Jericho, and they keep fighting. “The Purveyor of Violence” is bleeding as the brawl continues. Menard is bleeding like a stuck pig. Jericho smashes the soundboard, so “Wild Thing” stops playing. Kingston and Menard fight into the backstage area.


The anarchy continues as Santana and Ortiz slam Hager through two tables. Moxley hits Jericho with a camera. Mustard is flying as Menard and Kingston keep going to war. Garcia piledrivers Ortiz on the steel steps. Parker bashes Danielson with the ring bell. Garcia goes backstage to fight Kingston. Jericho suplexes Moxley onto some chairs. Garcia chokes Kingston with a belt and drags him across the floor. Jericho locks the Walls of Jericho in on Moxley on top of a table, which collapses. Moxley dives onto Jericho out of the ring. Menard, covered in blood, makes his way back to ringside. Hager suplexes Danielson on the ramp. Moxley unhooks the entire turnbuckle and slams Jericho with it. Kingston and Garcia keep fighting in an elevator.


Santana and Ortiz dive off a ladder and splash Menard and Parker through tables. Jericho uses a fire extinguisher on Moxley. Danielson, Moxley, Jericho, and Hager are left in the ring. The two duos trade strikes. Moxley and Danielson hammer their foes with elbows and lock in submission holds. Kingston, covered in blood, comes back to the ring, carrying a can of gasoline. He dumps the gas on Jericho, but Danielson slaps the lighter out of his hand. They brawl, and Moxley pulls them apart. The dissension helps Jericho gain the upper hand. Hager sends Moxley crashing onto a barbed wire board. Jericho blasts Kingston with the Judas Effect. Danielson fights both men with kicks. He hits the running knee on Jericho for a near fall. Hager bashes Danielson with a bat, and Jericho locks in the Walls of Jericho while Hager chokes him with the turnbuckle cord until the referee calls for the bell.


Winners: Jericho Appreciation Society (Chris Jericho, Angelo Parker, Matt Menard, Daniel Garcia, and Jake Hager)


The bloodied JAS celebrates after the match.


In a promo, Andrade El Idolo says he’s not here in AEW to lose. He says AFO is a bunch of losers, and he asks Jose if he has his contract for his new business partner. Andrade says the individual is one of the best in the world. Former ROH World Champion RUSH walks in, and Andrade welcomes him to AEW.


Ethan Page, Scorpio Sky, and Dan Lambert discuss the group’s win. Page says it’s time to move on to bigger and better things. Sky wonders who’s next to challenge him for the title. Dante Martin steps up and makes it clear that he wants a shot. Sky says he has a bright future, but he’ll give him a chance. He tells the young star that after he loses in SoCal, he can know that he asked for it.


AEW World Tag Team Championship: Jurassic Express (Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus) (with Christian Cage) vs. Ricky Starks and Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Swerve in our Glory) Swerve Strickland and Keith Lee

Team Taz gains the upper hand early on. They target Swerve and Lee, and the champions dive onto them at ringside. In the ring, Luchasaurus overpowers Starks. Hobbs tags in and trucks over Swerve. Lee and Swerve double-team Hobbs and take control of the bout. Jungle Boy tags in and drops Swerve with a hurricanrana. He dives onto him outside the ring. Lee catches a diving Jungle Boy and powerbombs him onto Luchasaurus. Hobbs slams Jungle Boy and tags in Starks. The FTW Champion plants him with a backbreaker. Jungle Boy crotches him on the ropes. Swerve and Hobbs tag in. A diving uppercut rocks Hobbs, and Swerve sends Starks crashing out of the ring. Swerve vaults off Lee and dives onto everyone at ringside. Hobbs slams Swerve off the top rope. Luchasaurus tags in and clears house with several kicks.


The dinosaur drops Team Tax with a double clothesline. Lee tags in, and the three powerhouses square off. Luchasaurus kicks both men. Hobbs and Lee chokeslam him. Hobbs goes crashing out of the ring, and Lee dives onto everyone. Luchasaurus and Lee trade blows. Hobbs takes both men down with a diving neckbreaker. Jungle Boy and Starks tag in. Starks gets a two count with a pin, as Cage pushes his feet off the ropes. Hobbs slams Cage into the steel steps. Jungle Boy dives onto Hobbs and checks on Cage. Starks blasts him with a Spear for a near fall. Luchasaurus breaks him another one of Starks’ pins. Swerve tags in and catches Hobbs with the Swerve Stomp. Luchasaurus accidentally kicks Jungle Boy in the face. Swerve and Lee hit a powerbomb/stomp combo for a two count. Starks blasts Lee with the FTW Title. Cage stops Starks from using the title on Jungle Boy. Swerve rolls Jungle Boy up for a two count. Jurassic Express pin Swerve with their double-team powerbomb.


Winner and still AEW World Tag Team Champions: Jurassic Express (Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus)


AEW World Championship: Hangman Page (c) vs. CM Punk

Punk and Hangman go nose-to-nose to start the bout, as the animosity is quite apparent. They lock up and feel each other out. Punk rubs his taped wrist across Page’s face. The crowd loudly cheers for both men as they battle for positioning. Punk gains an early advantage, but Page fires back with some stomps in the corner. They trade strikes, and Punk sends Hangman into a turnbuckle spine-first. Punk slams Hangman and hits a diving crossbody, but Page rolls through and hits a fallaway slam. Page dives onto Punk outside the ring. Hangman sends Punk crashing into the barricade and grinds his face into the steel steps.


Page plays to the crowd and exchanges strikes with Punk. He drills the challenger with a rolling elbow and whips Punk chest-first into the corner. Punk has an early Buckshot Lariat attempt scouted. Hangman powerbombs Punk onto the apron to maintain the upper hand. Page hits a flying lariat for a two count. Punk superplexes the champion, and both men are down. The challenger hits his signature knee/bulldog combination. He nails the springboard clothesline, but Page counters a Sharpshooter attempt. He also evades a GTS attempt, but Punk gets a two count with a neck breaker. Page hits a diving moonsault to the outside and lands awkwardly on his leg. Punk counters the Buckshot Lariat and locks in the Sharpshooter, but Hangman reaches the ropes. Punk goes for a Buckshot Lariat, but he slips. Hangman goes for the GTS, but Punk gets out of it. Punk hits the Buckshot Lariat for a two count.


Page powerbombs Punk and hits the Deadeye for a two count. Hangman mocks Punk’s “Go to Sleep” taunt, but Punk counters the GTS attempt. The challenger rocks Page with a roundhouse kick, but Hangman hits the GTS for a near fall. The two competitors trade blows. Page clotheslines Punk out of the ring and throws him onto the broadcast table. He grabs the title and tells Punk it’s his. He poses, and the crowd boos him. Punk counters the Buckshot Lariat and goes for the GTS, but Hangman accidentally kicks the referee. Page floors Punk with a lariat. The referee is down, and Hangman looks at the title belt. He grabs it, but he hesitates and ultimately puts it down. He goes for the Buckshot Lariat, but Punk counters and hits the GTS for the win.


Winner and new AEW World Champion: CM Punk

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