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AEW Double or Nothing 2022: Live updates, results from May PPV

AEW returns to PPV on Sunday with Double or Nothing in Las Vegas. We’ll have have live updates for the show.

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AEW returns to Las Vegas this evening with its annual Double or Nothing pay-per-view coming live from T-Mobile Arena at 8 p.m. ET. You can buy the show on Bleacher Report for $50.

13 matches are scheduled for the card, headlined by the main event showdown between AEW World Champion “Hangman” Adam Page and CM Punk. We’ll also get the finals of the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament for both the men’s and women’s brackets. One of the bigger points of intrigue will be if the MJF vs. Wardlow match goes on as scheduled, coming off the heels of the controversy surrounding the former no-showing a fan meet and greet yesterday.

There’s a pair of free-to-play pools you can take part in tonight courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook. There’s a $10,000 pool regarding the entire show and a $25,000 pool specific to the main event.

Here’s the full card for AEW Double or Nothing. We’ll be providing live updates as the show goes on.

AEW World Championship - “Hangman” Adam Page (c) vs. CM Punk

The main event of the evening! The action in this one was a bit slow , with both stars appealing to the fans at times. Even when Page had a chance to pin Punk, he chose not to. Page’s left knee became a factor in the match. Punk used that to his advantage and used the sharpshooter. The Hangman responded with the GTS, but Punk was able to kick out. At one point, the referee was knocked out of the action and Page was looking to use his title to land a crushing blow. The Hangman decided against it, looking to win the honorable way. Punk took advantage, hitting the GTS and winning the AEW World Title.

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

Deeb held control of the match before Rosa was able to gain some momentum. The two stars continued to trade blows, trying to gain an advantage. Rosa hit Deeb with a death valley driver, but it wasn’t enough for a three count. Rosa’s knee became a factor in the match that Deeb continuously attacked. The champion was able to gut out a victory with an injured knee and retain her title.

AEW World Tag Team Championship - Jurassic Express (c) vs. Team Taz vs. Keith Lee/Swerve Strickland

The team of Lee and Strickland controlled the match early, but in this sort of match you have to be careful of someone tagging themselves in. Lee was large and in charge, using his 340 pound frame to his advantage flying out of the ring at one point. There were several near pinfalls in the match, but were broken up multiple times. The Jurassic Express finished their match with a double team of Strickland.

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

A back and forth match to start, with both stars getting assistance from others outside of the ring. Cargill dropped Jay from the top rope, and the champion retained her title. After the match, the Fall Goddess Athena entered the ring to confront Cargill and the baddies who were ring side during the match.

Owen Hart Tournament Men’s Final - Adam Cole vs. Samoa Joe

Joe began the action controlling the match before Cole was able to aggravate his injured shoulder. The left shoulder would be a factor for the entirety of the match, with Joe grimacing constantly. Cole used the cross face to continue to isolate the shoulder. Joe had a chance to put the match away but had to stop to handle Bobby Fish, who came to interfere ring side. Cole hit Joe with a series of kicks and then dropped the boom, winning the tournament.

Owen Hart Tournament Women’s Final - Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. vs. Ruby Soho

Baker dominated the start of the match, with Soho able to get her shots in here and there. The crowd seemed be split, with chants of “ Ruby Soho, D.M.D” echoing throughout the arena. Soho looked to have the match won with a sharp shooter, but Baker grabbed the ropes before tapping out. Soho then went for a victory roll, but Baker reversed and got the three count winning the Women’s side of the tournament.

MJF vs Wardlow

The match started with MJF playing mind games with Wardlow going in and out of the ring. When the two started to wrestle, Wardlow dominated early with a series of powerbombs. He then went to pin MJF before stopping and then continuing with the powerbombs. Wardlow won the match via pinfall. With the win, Wardlow is now free of MJF’s contract and free to join AEW. MJF left the ring on a stretcher with the help of medical officials

Jericho Appreciation vs. Eddie Kingston, Proud and Powerful, and Blackpool Combat Club (Anarchy in the Arena match)

Anything Goes! The Jericho Appreciation Society wasted no time getting the action started, meeting their opponents in the stands before they were able to make it to the ring. Three men entered the ring after several minutes of fighting outside. This was absolute chaos, from stars wrestling in the arena to throwing coolers and using cameras, it lived up to its name of Anarchy in the Arena. You thought that was it? How about tables, ladders, barbed wire, a tp rope, and gasoline. The match had to be ended after Jake Hager choked Bryan Danielson with the top rope causing him to lose consciousness.

American Top Team vs. Sammy Guevara, Frankie Kazarian, and Tay Conti

Ethan Paige and Guevara got the action and started trading blows. Paige seemed to have taken this one personally, stating “I’ve been waiting for this,” while standing over Guevara. Conti and Guevara spent much of the match fawning over one another, alienating Kazarian and forcing him to turn on his team. Scorpio Sky finished the match off for American Top Team.

Hardy Boyz vs. Young Bucks

The new school vs. the old school. Two of the greatest tag teams of all time, with over 20 world tag team championships between them. The Hardy brothers dominated the match early, working around the Young Bucks strategy. The youth and athleticism of the Young Bucks were on display, with Matt and Nick Jackson flying all around the ring. Jeff Hardy labored through the match and seemed to have been injured, leaving Matt Hardy in the ring for extended periods. The Young Bucks nearly pulled off a victory with a twist of fate followed by a Swanton bomb. The Hardys countered with their own set of finishers twice before finally getting the pin.

Darby Allin vs. Kyle O’Reilly

Allin spent the majority of the match flying around the ring, inside and out. O’Reily was able to catch him twice and turning it into offense. O’Reily won the matchup after hitting Allin with a finisher.

House of Black vs. Death Triangle

The trio tag team match, the House of Black entered the night undefeated as a trio. The psychological warfare was on display between the two groups from the start. The two groups went back and forth, taking turns dominating. The Death Triangle was able to isolate Malakai Black but couldn’t close the deal. PAC went to the top rope when the arena went dark, and Julia Hart spit the black mist in his eyes. Black took advantage, hitting PAC with the back heel kick, and House of Black got the win via pinfall.