AEW announces Double or Nothing for Memorial Day weekend in Las Vegas

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The tradition of bringing the AEW pay-per-view event Double or Nothing to Las Vegas, Nevada, will continue this year.

AEW announced Wednesday that the sixth-annual Double or Nothing event will take place on May 26 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena. The card will be the second half of a doubleheader at the venue, as AEW also plans to tape an episode of the weekly TV show Collision on the previous night.

Las Vegas has been the home of Double Or Nothing since 2019, apart from a pair of COVID-19 pandemic events that instead took place in Jacksonville, Florida. The event has been one of the key PPV cards on the promotion’s schedule since the start.

Along with the upcoming Las Vegas cards, AEW also announced a pair of events on May 29 and 30 from the Kia Forum in Inglewood and the Acrisure Arena in Palm Springs, California. AEW will present a live edition of Dynamite on the first show, then tape an episode of Collision the next night.

A sale to the general public is expected for Friday, with some pre-sales taking place on Thursday.

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