Another Match ‘Tentatively Scheduled’ For AEW Double Or Nothing

1 year ago by Liam Winnard

Another Match ‘Tentatively Scheduled’ For AEW Double Or Nothing AEW

The card for AEW Double Or Nothing this coming Sunday seems to have pretty much taken shape, but it might not be finalised just yet.

The announced card is currently 10 matches on the main pay-per-view and one match on the pre-show, but there’s another major storyline that hasn’t been accounted for.

That storyline is the frankly bizarre saga of Sammy Guevara, Tay Conti and Frankie Kazarian, and their rivalry with TNT Champion Scorpio Sky, Ethan Page, Dan Lambert and Paige VanZant.

According to Dave Meltzer on the latest Wrestling Observer Radio, a mixed tag with Guevara and Conti taking on VanZant and Sky is currently ‘tentatively scheduled’ for Double Or Nothing. He said:

“They’re still going to do something with Sammy Guevara and Scorpio Sky. The plan for sure was a mixed tag. I know people who presume it still is the idea, and when I watched the TV and Guevara and Kazarian were pounding the belts, they said they were gonna do it until they get the match they want, and they made it very clear the match they wanted was Sammy and Tay against Paige VanZant and Scorpio Sky or Ethan Page, they want that mixed tag. So unless something changed, the mixed tag is it.

“I was outright told over the weekend that it was ‘listed’. Until it’s announced it’s not announced, they could do it a different way. But, I was actually outright told that match is tentatively scheduled for the pay-per-view.”

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A video did emerge this past weekend of VanZant’s pro-wrestling training, so she’s certainly getting ready for some in-ring action some time in the near future.

Kazarian getting involved in the feud does open the door for a potential Guevara & Kazarian vs Men of the Year tag match as an alternative option.

We’ll keep you updated with all the news heading into the fourth annual AEW Double Or Nothing this Sunday, May 29.

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