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    Credits: All Elite Wrestling

    All Elite Wrestling Double or Nothing 2020 is set for Saturday at B / R Live, with a 7 pm pre-show. ET.

    While WWE has deployed WrestleMania 36 and Money at the Bank during the coronavirus pandemic, this will be AEW’s first attempt at running pay-per-view under these conditions.

    Despite the lack of fans present, the card was stacked. It will feature the TNT championship crown, casino ladder match, Stadium Stampede match, and others.

    Let’s look at the last of all matches on the card and give a final round of predictions for who will come out on top.

    Listen to TNT on Wednesday night at 8 p.m. ET to catch all the action of All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite.

1 out of 9

    Credits: All Elite Wrestling

    It has been a long time since the AEW World Tag Team Championship was maintained. On Saturday, competitor No. 1 will be decided when Private Party and Best Friends face off during the pre-show.

    Both teams are talented and can pose a threat to “Hangman” Adam Page and Kenny Omega, but the Best Friend must win this. Chuck Taylor and Trent have increased in popularity since last year, while the Private Party has not looked steep.

    Best friends are ranked higher in the tag team division, and that momentum must continue.

    Forecast: Friends win.

2 out of 9

    Credits: All Elite Wrestling

    Initially, Kris Statlander was scheduled to face Dr. Britt Baker. However, in the Wednesday edition of Dynamite, Good Doctor suffered an injury that forced him out of this match.

    His successor was Penelope Ford, who was another competitor in the four-way match that Hikaru Shida won to strengthen his status as the number 1 competitor for the AEW World Women’s Championship.

    Although this is far from the most profound story, there is at least something that ties Ford and Statlander together.

    If this were Baker vs Statlander, it would most likely go to Baker. He is more consistently encouraged and promoted as a bigger star. However, the opposite happened with Ford. Statlander has been treated as a player of higher caliber than Ford, which probably means the Largest Alien in the Galaxy has passed.

    Forecast: Statlander wins.

3 out of 9

    Credits: All Elite Wrestling

    MJF has been out for several weeks because of “injury.” First, it was a hangnail problem that he developed when gambling, and then he shaved himself shaving.

    Miraculously, he rose again from the diseases to find out that he had been ordered to face Jungle Boy in Double or Nothing.

    Like Baker vs Statlander, there isn’t much meat in the bones of this story. This is just a couple of the two most talented young stars that AEW has to offer.

    They will put on a good show, and MJF will win. This is a battle to give him victory and to let Jungle Boy show off his talent until he succeeds.

    Forecast: MJF wins.

4 out of 9

    Credits: All Elite Wrestling

    In the go-home edition of Dynamite, Shawn Spears talks about rubbish about Dustin Rhodes and challenges him to compete.

    The chairman has issued it to the Rhodes family for the better part of last year, and this is a means to get cards, maybe for an easy win. After all, Dustin had a rough April 29 match against Lance Archer, who had his own problems with Rhodes’s brother, Cody.

    Ideally, if Cody wins the TNT Championship, this match will help improve Spears’ credibility so that he can become a future contender for the title.

    Forecast: Spears won.

5 out of 9

    Credits: All Elite Wrestling

    The AEW Women’s World Championship Game is one of the most difficult to predict.

    There aren’t many babyfaces in the women’s division that can realistically depose Nyla Rose other than Hikaru Shida.

    He consistently ranks No. 1 or No. 2 in the division for some time and seem to be more than willing to step up to the challenge.

    AEW might want to wear a belt on Shida to transition it to Baker on All Out on September 6.

    However, Rose had far more stock when he was the champion. If he bully the people at the top of the division, the credibility of his character makes it in the spotlight. Without a title, he is just another member of the list.

    Maybe it was too soon for him to drop his belt, even, on Shida. Big Swole and the possibility of some new players like Deonna Purrazzo can make Rose more and more challengers.

    When in doubt, leaving defending a champion is a safer bet, but let’s take the risk and say Shida’s expertise with a kendo stick will give him enough advantages to overcome obstacles.

    Forecast: Hikaru Shida won.

6 out of 9

    Credits: All Elite Wrestling

    As it stands, eight of the nine competitors in the Casino ladder match have been announced: Colt Cabana, Darby Allin, Frankie Kazarian, Kip Sabian, Luchasaurus, Orange Cassidy, Joey Janela (who replaced Rey Fenix) and Scorpio Sky.

    Participants in the ninth mystery will be the key to this match, because it is doubtful that all such sensations will turn into someone who has already entered the AEW list.

    But who might it be? Is that a former WWE Superstar recently released by Vince McMahon companies such as EC3, Rusev, Zack Ryder or Heath Slater? Can Sting return his wedding ring and get people talking? Or is that relatively unknown Indy Darling, or even the return of Jeff Cobb?

    Most likely, that person will win this match, because the element of surprise is too tempting not to order it.

    From the names that have been announced, the most likely winners are Allin and Sky.

    Both have video packages and promotional material that shows their potential in the past few weeks, which may be a clue that they are getting a big boost in the near future.

    Forecast: Mysterious wrestler wins.

7 out of 9

    Credits: All Elite Wrestling

    With or without the TNT Championship tournament, Cody was heading towards Lance Archer after Jake Roberts made the point to call The American Nightmare as their target from the start.

    Now that the newly printed title is available, this increases the stakes and can determine the winner.

    If this was a non-title match, the victory for Archer over someone was as high as the hierarchy and rank of the single division because Cody would encourage him to fire the AEW World Championship. However, if he already has a title, it will defeat his purpose.

    Meanwhile, Cody was unable to fight for the AEW World Championship after setting that before his defeat to Chris Jericho at Full Gear in November. Winning and competing for the TNT Championship could be the solution.

    This could be Cody’s title to build on and a way to define his legacy. For that to happen, he must be the first champion to help set the tone for those who will come.

    That would work well for the belt’s credibility, giving Cody something to fight for and allowing him to take revenge on Archer for his final terror against the Rhodes family.

    Forecast: Cody won.

8 out of 9

    Credits: All Elite Wrestling

    After Chris Jericho and Sammy Guevara defeated Matt Hardy and Kenny Omega in a fight around the Daily’s Place on May 6, the escalation of their feud made sense.

    The next step in the competition between the two factions must be a bigger match involving everyone they can gather so that both parties can fight with even numbers.

    After their Blood and Guts match in March was postponed, this feud must continue beyond this point. That means the Elite must win even for opportunities.

    Blood and Guts can serve as a rubber match to end it all, but if The Inner Circle continues to win everything, they will have no reason to continue attacking The Elite. With defeat here, their bitterness can grow and hostility can continue to build for the inevitable home match.

    Forecast: Elite wins.

9 out of 9

    Credits: All Elite Wrestling

    It’s arguably too early for Brodie Lee to get a chance at the AEW World Championship, because he has only had five matches in promotion since his debut in March.

    However, after The Exalted One attacked Jon Moxley and asked for a title opportunity, the champion said all Lee had to do was ask. Quite easy.

    With that in mind, this was not built up like a massive dispute that could lead to a change of title like Moxley’s program with Jericho. Instead, it feels more like Lee was founded just enough to look impressive and give the champion a challenge to overcome.

    And he will do it, even though it might be a difficult fight.

    Forecast: Moxley wins.

    Anthony Mango is a wrestling website owner Smark Out Moment and podcast hosts Smack Talk on YouTube, iTunes and Stitcher. You can follow it Facebook and elsewhere for more.


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