All Elite Wrestling is back with another pay-per-view main event as part of a bumper 2023 slate.


AEW Double or Nothing will go full steam ahead in Las Vegas this weekend with a stacked match card full of top talents and top-tier showdowns.

The AEW World Championship belt is on the line in a four-way match between MJF, Sammy Guevara, "Jungle Boy" Jack Perry and Darby Allin.

MJF is the reigning champion and won't let go of his belt without a stern defence. He was scheduled to face the winner of the Four Pillars Tournament in April, but all three contenders in that mini-tournament will now step into the ring alongside MJF.

Fans across the world will be keen to see what AEW has to offer on the big stage with All In and All Out PPV shows coming up this year.

More like this brings you all the details about how to watch AEW Double or Nothing 2023 on TV and live stream in the UK.

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When is AEW Double or Nothing 2023?

AEW Double or Nothing 2023 takes place on Sunday 28th May 2023, but UK fans will need to tune in at 1am UK time in the early hours of Monday morning.

AEW Double or Nothing TV channel

Fans can watch AEW Double or Nothing on DAZN. It is a designated PPV event.

You can tune in for the fight via a standard DAZN membership which costs just £9.99 per month for an annual subscription, plus a £16.99 one-off PPV fee.

AEW Double or Nothing live stream

If you sign up to watch the fight on DAZN, you can choose to enjoy it via a mobile device or cast to your TV for the full big-screen experience.

DAZN can be streamed through a computer or a mobile device such as a phone or tablet, giving you full flexibility to enjoy how you wish.

AEW Double or Nothing 2023 match card

Check out the match schedule (so far) for AEW Double or Nothing:

  • MJF v Darby Allin v Jungleboy Jack Perry v Sammy Guevara – AEW world title
  • FTR v Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethan – AEW tag team titles (Mark Briscoe, special referee)
  • Adam Cole v Chris Jericho – Unsanctioned match
  • Wardlow v Christian Cage TNT title in a ladder match
  • 21 man Battle Royal – AEW International title
  • Blackpool Combat Club v The Elite – Anarchy in the Arena
  • Jamie Hayter v Toni Storm – AEW Women's title
  • Jade Cargill v Taya Valkyrie – TBS title
  • The Firm v The Hardy Party

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