Three matches added to AEW Double or Nothing on 5/29

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AEW has added three new matches to its Double or Nothing pay-per-view including a rematch between The Young Bucks and The Hardys.

During Friday’s edition of Rampage, The Young Bucks issued the challenge to The Hardys, which was officially added to the May 29th pay-per-view card later in the show. The two teams last wrestled in April 2017 at ROH’s Supercard of Honor in a ladder match, which set ROH’s attendance record at the time in Lakeland, Florida. The following night, The Hardys returned to WWE as a surprise at WrestleMania 33.

The pay-per-view will also feature Jade Cargill defending the TBS Championship against Anna Jay, which was set up after The Baddies attacked Kris Statlander and Ruby Soho following the Owen Hart Cup tournament match. Jay came to the ring and grabbed Mark Sterling’s crutch to chase The Baddies away.

Cargill previously beat Jay on an episode of Rampage in January.

They have also added the six-man tag with Death Triangle’s PAC, Penta Oscuro & Rey Fenix against the House of Black’s Malakai Black, Buddy Matthews & Brody King.

The pay-per-view takes place Sunday, May 29th from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas:
*AEW Championship: Hangman Page (champion) vs. CM Punk
*AEW Women’s Championship: Thunder Rosa (champion) vs. Serena Deeb
*AEW Tag Team Championship: Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus (champions) vs. Powerhouse Hobbs & Ricky Starks vs. Swerve Strickland & Keith Lee
*TBS Championship: Jade Cargill (champion) vs. Anna Jay
*Anarchy in the Arena: Chris Jericho, Jake Hager, Matt Menard, Ang Parker & Daniel Garcia vs. Bryan Danielson, Jon Moxley, Eddie Kingston, Santana & Ortiz
*Owen Hart Cup – Final: Adam Cole vs. Samoa Joe or Kyle O’Reilly
*Owen Hart Cup – Final: Dr. Britt Baker or Toni Storm vs. Kris Statlander or Ruby Soho
*The Young Bucks vs. The Hardys
*MJF vs. Wardlow
*House of Black vs. Death Triangle
*Buy-In: Danhausen & Hook vs. Tony Nese & Mark Sterling

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