We now have more insight on how NBA playoffs will affect the format of Sunday’s AEW Double or Nothing pay-per-view.
AEW President Tony Khan had previously stated that AEW would structure its pay-per-view around the potential Miami Heat vs Boston Celtics Game 7.
It has now been revealed that this game 7 will take place, starting at 8:30 ET.
With Khan indicating that he’ll make sure the biggest Double or Nothing matches take place after the game so fans can pay attention to both, we’ll likely be seeing some of the bouts lower on the card given significantly more time while the Miami/Boston game is happening.
Fightful recently confirmed that the event, set to begin at 8pm ET, is slated for a 4 hour pay-per-view runtime.
You can view the line-up for the event right here.
Miami Heat evened the series with the Boston Celtics to 3-3 last night, forcing game 7 tomorrow night, starting at 8:30pm ET on ESPN. https://t.co/HFYZYutkO0
— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) May 28, 2022
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