AEW Double or Nothing 2021 Predictions and Preview (5/30/21)

AEW Double or Nothing 2021 Predictions Preview

The stage is set for one of All Elite Wrestling‘s premier events. The third annual Double or Nothing will play host to such monumental matchups that might very well shape the future of the company as a whole. All the championships are on the line in this event of epic proportions. Not only that, but also we will see the live in-ring debut of one of the most iconic competitors in the professional wrestling industry and a war to end all wars pitting two of AEW’s most dominant factions. There’s so much more than that so expect nothing less than a thrill ride from start to finish. To this end, we shall discuss a few Double or Nothing 2021 predictions.

When all the chips are down, who will come out on top and who will have the deck stacked against them? Some may prove to have the magic touch. For others, well, lady luck just might run out. All Elite Wrestling brings you Double or Nothing 2021. Fans have hit the jackpot as far as wrestling events go. So without further ado, let’s spin the wheel, make the deal, and run it down – here are your AEW Double or Nothing 2021 predictions and preview.

Double or Nothing 2021 Full Card:

  • The “Buy-In” Pre-Show – NWA World Women’s Championship Match: Serena Deeb (c) vs. Riho
  • Casino Battle Royale – Winner Gets a Shot at the AEW World Championship in the Future
  • “The American Dream” Cody Rhodes (w/Arn Anderson) vs. Anthony Ogogo (w/The Factory)
  • “Hangman” Adam Page vs. Brian Cage (w/Team Taz)
  • Sting & Darby Allin vs. Scorpio Sky & Ethan Page
  • TNT Championship Match: Miro (c) vs. Lance Archer (w/Jake “The Snake” Roberts)
  • AEW World Tag Team Championship Match: The Young Bucks (c) vs.  Jon Moxley & Eddie Kingston
  • AEW World Championship Match: Pac vs. Kenny Omega (c) vs. Orange Cassidy
  • AEW Women’s World Championship Match: Hikaru Shida (c) vs. Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. (w/Rebel – Not Reba)
  • Stadium Stampede Match: The Inner Circle vs. The Pinnacle

Double or Nothing 2021 Predictions and Analysis

AEW Women’s World Championship: Hikaru Shida (c) vs. Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D.

This might very well be the biggest match in the history of the AEW women’s division. Hikaru Shida has reigned supreme over the women’s ranking for well over a year at this point. Woman after woman, she has come out victorious and for good reason. Shida seems unbeatable and will not go down without a fight. Shida wouldn’t be the history-making and record-breaking champion that she is if she didn’t have the tenacity, skill and, intestinal fortitude to back it all up. However, put in front of her might be her toughest test to date.

Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. called the AEW Ranking System a formality. Simply put, she did not believe in it. Baker felt like she was the number one contender for a long time now. As she stated, she will play the game and climb to the top of the rankings to rightfully challenge the champion and sure enough, she made good on her promise to do exactly that. Baker has bulldozed her way through anyone and everyone who dared stand toe to toe with her. The doctor will not stop until she has the AEW Women’s World Championship around her waist. Two of AEW’s biggest hitters collide. Keep your eyes open, folks. This might very well be the match that steals the show come Sunday night.

Prediction: Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D.

AEW World Tag Team Championship Match: The Young Bucks (c) vs. Jon Moxley & Eddie Kingston

Calling this rivalry “personal” is an understatement. The Young Bucks have been a constant destructive presence for Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston for far too long. The challengers wish that cycle to end Sunday night. Since the night Matt and Nick Jackson crossed over to the dark side, the brothers have made it their mission to make Kingston and Mox’s lives hell. If anything is known about the challengers, it’s that they don’t take anything laying down. Whatever the Bucks threw at them, Moxley and Kingston threw it back even harder.

Now, the challengers aren’t only out for blood but gold as well. The stakes have never been higher. Matt and Nick Jackson have done anything and everything to keep their titles for this long. However, they might have bitten off more than they can chew. The AEW World Tag Team Champions might be in too deep this time with two of the most rabid competitors AEW has to offer.

Prediction: Jon Moxley & Eddie Kingston

Stadium Stampede: The Inner Circle vs. The Pinnacle

Who has whose number? That is the question begging to be answered. The rivalry between these two warring factions has reached another level. If you thought Blood and Guts was brutal, wait till you see The Inner Circle fight The Pinnacle in a monumental war called Stadium Stampede. These two units will fight all over Daily’s Place and TIAA Bank Field before the night is over. With that being said, this is not just some ordinary match that The Inner Circle agreed to; their future, as a team, is on the line. MJF and his boys stated that they accept under the condition that if Chris Jericho and his men lose, The Inner Circle is done forever. The OGs of AEW accepted with no hesitation as they only have one thing on their minds: revenge.

Did The Inner Circle make a mistake in hastily agreeing to this stipulation? From day one, It has been MJF’s mission to end The Inner Circle’s run on top. That is the very reason The Pinnacle was created in the first place. Did the master manipulator Maxwell Jacob Friedman, once again, outsmart his former stablemates? If last year’s edition of the match is anything to go by, it will be a chaotic and savage battle. Expect nothing less but an absolute fight as egos and legacies are on the line. It’s The Pinnacle versus The Inner Circle in Stadium Stampede! Who will come out on top?

Prediction: The Inner Circle

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