Dustin Rhodes Talks About His Match With Cody At AEW Double Or Nothing – His Look, Bleeding So Much

From Goldust to Seven to The American Nightmare, Dustin Rhodes has had many different gimmicks and looks over the years. He debuted a new look against his brother Cody at Double or Nothing, and Dustin credits Cody with help inspiring his new costume. Dustin talked more about his look at Double or Nothing when he joined Talk is Jericho.… Read More Dustin Rhodes Talks About His Match With Cody At AEW Double Or Nothing – His Look, Bleeding So Much

Impact World Champion Brian Cage Almost Worked AEW Double Or Nothing

Impact World Heavyweight Champion Brian Cage almost worked the recent All Elite Wrestling Double Or Nothing pay-per-view. Cage was backstage in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Arena for Double Or Nothing and was prepared to wrestle, according to PWInsider. Impact officials found out Cage was there, contacted him and informed him that he could not appear due to his contract with the promotion.… Read More Impact World Champion Brian Cage Almost Worked AEW Double Or Nothing

WWE Hall Of Famer Ted DiBiase Sr. Praises Cody And Dustin Rhodes For AEW Double Or Nothing Match

WWE Hall of Famer Ted DiBiase Sr. took to Twitter this week to praise Cody Rhodes and Dustin Rhodes for their match at AEW Double Or Nothing. “They stole the show, folks. @CodyRhodes vs @DustinRhodes had the makings to be a great match. It exceeded that & delivered something special. Cody & Dustin are very talented. Versatile students of pro wrestling. Dusty would be very proud. Dustin… Read More WWE Hall Of Famer Ted DiBiase Sr. Praises Cody And Dustin Rhodes For AEW Double Or Nothing Match

AEW Double Or Nothing PPV Buys, Online Interest Tops WWE Shows

All Elite Wrestling’s Double Or Nothing pay-per-view is currently estimated at drawing around 98,000 buys, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. This number includes buys from TV and digital pay-per-view, with close to a 50/50 split between the two platforms. To compare, the All In event from 2018 reportedly drew around 55,000 pay-per-view buys. The Observer noted that… Read More AEW Double Or Nothing PPV Buys, Online Interest Tops WWE Shows