All Elite Wrestling's third Double or Nothing pay-per-view was, undisputedly, a mass success.
Being the company's first pay-per-view back with a full capacity audience, it simply had to be. It's why they crafted together such an incredible card; you knew every match was going to deliver just by a mere glimpse at them. Combine this with at least one surprise being promised and months of captivating and compelling storytelling finally paying off, and it's hard to argue as to why fans and critics alike are singing the praises of the event as one of AEW's best ever.
Not everything was perfect, of course, but the majority of it hit the right spot. The Young Bucks, Eddie Kingston, and Jon Moxley created a masterpiece of a tag team match that was around the same level as the Bucks' bout vs. Kenny Omega and Adam Page. Orange Cassidy came this close to becoming AEW World Champion. Lio Rush debuted for AEW on a reported handshake deal in the Casino Battle Royale. Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D finally reached the peak by becoming AEW Women's World Champion. The Inner Circle made it 1-1 in Stadium Stampede matches, outlasting the Pinnacle.
But how much do you remember about the acclaimed pay-per-view?
Answers at the end!