AEW Double Or Nothing 2020 live stream start time, match card and PPV price

AEW Double or Nothing 2020 live stream
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AEW Double or Nothing 2020 start time

The AEW Double or Nothing main card starts at 8pm Eastern (5pm Pacific, and midnight GMT) today (May 23).
The Double or nothing Buy-in pre-show is about to begin, at 7:30pm Eastern. 

Are you ready for the AEW Double or Nothing 2020 live stream to go live? Right now, we're around a year year into the AEW revolution, and while WWE sings and misses, we're more than excited to watch Le Champion and the Inner Circle go to war against The Elite on PPV.

Plus, AEW Double or Nothing is going to be more star-studded than usual, with Iron Mike Tyson appearing to reveal the TNT Championship title, which is on the line in the tournament finals of Cody vs Lance Archer. The other main event sees AEW World Champion Jon Moxley defend his title against Brodie Lee.

The rest of the card is also filled with hotly anticipated fights, most notably being the Stadium Stampede, which features The Inner Circle (Chris Jericho, Jake Hager, Santana, Ortiz and Sammy Guevara) taking on The Elite (Kenny Omega, Matt and Nick Jackson) and Matt Hardy and "Hangman" Adam Page. I would normally group Page in with The Bucks of Youth, but I don't think he'd like that. 

Then, you've got the Casino Ladder Match, which takes the role of the not-well-produced Casino Battle Royal. This edition sees 9 entrants (including favorites Darby Allin and Rey Fenix) aiming to climb the ladder and pull down a novelty sized casino chip that can be exchanged for a shot at the AEW World Championship. This is most notable because there's a mystery challenger, and there are a ton of valuable free agents out there hungry for work — including Matt Cardona (fka Zack Ruder), Miro (fka Rusev) and Drew Gulak.

Nyla Rose defends the AEW Women's Championship against Hiraku Shida, and everybody's least favorite dentist (and that's saying something) Britt Baker D.D.S. is battling the galaxy's favorite grappler, Kris Statlander.

The Buy-In Preshow will feature Private Party vs Best Friends, which has  been rumored to be a #1 contender's match for the AEW Tag Team Championship.

Here's everything you need to know to get an AEW Double or Nothing live stream:

How to watch AEW Double or Nothing 2020 live streams with a VPN

If you're going double or nothing away from home, you don't need to skip the AEW PPV or try and watch it on an unfamiliar streaming service. Thanks to the wonders of a VPN (Virtual Private Network), you can connect to the streaming services of your home base easily and quickly. The best VPN is ExpressVPN:


We specialize in reviewing VPNs and have already narrowed down the best of the best. While there are a few to pick from, our favorite right now is ExpressVPN. This service offers a high-speed connection, top-encryption security, more than 3,000 servers across 160 countries, and apps for lots of platforms. 

How to watch AEW Double or Nothing in the US

Typically, we blanch at the cost of AEW's full-price PPVs. Not this time: we're more than OK with AEW Double or Nothing costing $50, to watch live on B/R Live, because live entertainment can afford to be expensive when our options are increasingly limited. It will also be sold by traditional American cable TV services including DirecTV, Dish and Comcast, where it will cost $50. Hopefully Comcast Xfinity won't up-sell it again and charge $60 like it did for past AEW PPVs. 

B/R Live has apps on iPhone, iPad and Android, as well as the following over-the-top devices and platforms: Roku, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV.

How to watch AEW Double or Nothing 2020 in Canada

Oh Canada, your home and native land saves $10 on AEW Double or Nothing 2020. Fire.TV is selling Double or Nothing 2020 for however much $39.99 USD converts to where you are at the moment. 

Fite has apps on all streaming platforms and devices.

How to watch AEW Double or Nothing in the UK and beyond

International fans get AEW Double or Nothing live streams for a cheaper price than those in the United States). Fite.TV is streaming the PPV for however much $19.99 converts to in your specific region — unless that territory is Canada (see above).

Of course, Fite TV has apps on streaming boxes and sticks, as well as on your phone.

AEW Double or Nothing 2020 match card

  • Brodie Lee vs Jon Moxley (c) for the AEW World Championship
  • Cody vs. Lance Archer in the AEW TNT Championship Tournament finals
  • Hikaru Shida (No DQ, no countout) vs Nyla Rose (c) for AEW Women's Championship
  • Matt Hardy & The Elite vs. The Inner Circle (Stadium Stampede)
  • Darby Allin vs. Colt Cabana vs. Orange Cassidy vs. Rey Fenix vs. Scorpio Sky vs. Kip Sabian vs. Frankie Kazarian vs. Luchasaurus vs. TBA Mystery Opponent in the Casino Ladder Match
  • MJF vs. Jungle Boy
  • Dr. Britt Baker vs. Kris Statlander
  • Dustin Rhodes vs. Shawn Spears
  • Private Party vs. Best Friends (on the The Buy-In pre-show)

Henry T. Casey
Managing Editor (Entertainment, Streaming)

Henry is a managing editor at Tom’s Guide covering streaming media, laptops and all things Apple, reviewing devices and services for the past seven years. Prior to joining Tom's Guide, he reviewed software and hardware for TechRadar Pro, and interviewed artists for Patek Philippe International Magazine. He's also covered the wild world of professional wrestling for Cageside Seats, interviewing athletes and other industry veterans.