The much-awaited roster of All Elite Wresting, Double or Nothing is all set to ignite the power-pack performances between superstar giant wrestler on May 25, 2019 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. This year one of the largest digital platforms of sports FITE TV has gained the rights to broadcast the event. This comes after the AEW has recently announced its partnership with the FITE TV broadcaster for all the non-United States viewers out there. However, the company has given the rights to ITV for United Kingdom broadcast and chooses TNT for United States broadcast.
The star-studded event of Double or Nothing will on aired at 8:00 PM EST on Saturday at FITE.TV. Not only this, WWE fans can also enjoy the bonafide feud at the site of FITE which is www.FITE.tv and can even check the listings and pricing on the app of FITE.
The President as well as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of All Elite Wrestling, Tony Khan said on selecting FITE TV as broadcast partner,”the natural choice for AEW was FITE.TV. Our mission at AEW is ‘Change the World’, and to do so, we need to reach the world. With FITE.TV, we will”. He also added, “A global and historic event the scope of Double Or Nothing requires nothing less than the best global platform and partner in the business and that is the reason why company choose FITE”.
The full-fledged battle will witness nail-bitting clash between Kenny Omega and Chris Jericho, Cody and his brother Dustin Rhodes, Young Bucks and Lucha Bros, Hangman Adam Page and PAC and last but not the least Britt Baker, Nyla Rose and Kylie Rae will also compete to clinch the powerful title in three-way match. Furthermore, Young Bucks and Lucha Bros will take on each other in AAA World Tag Team Championship roster at the AEW’s flagship event.
Interestingly, the glitzy event of Double or Nothing could also witness the Lunatic Fringe Dean Ambrose at the event as the star American wrestler who recently joined the electrifying wrestling brand of All Elite Wrestling, Chris Jericho has made a speculation about Ambrose’s thrilling comeback in the ring. Though, 33-year-old Dean Ambrose had earlier announced his retirement from WWE after playing his farewell match against ‘Almighty’ wrestler Bobby Lashley where he lost the battle miserably.