Preview: AEW 'Double Or Nothing' live on ITV Box Office

ITV Box Office will air the AEW "Double or Nothing" PPV on 25th May Credit: AEW

All Elite Wrestling's highly anticipated debut show "Double Or Nothing" will be broadcast live this Saturday night, May 25th, at 1am on the ITV Box Office channel.

The event, taking place inside the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, will provide wrestling fans with a major alternative to WWE within the pro wrestling market.

Kicking off the night's proceedings will be the free-to-air preview show "The Buy In", available to watch from midnight on ITV4 before the PPV begins on ITV Box Office at 1am.

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With some of the best talent the world has to offer, we rundown the full match card for the upcoming event that looks to change the landscape of pro wrestling.

Casino Battle Royale (The Buy In):

In this over-the-top-rope battle royal, four waves of five competitors will eventually enter the match in three-minute intervals, each determined by the suit they draw from a deck of playing cards.

The 21st entrant, dubbed "lucky number 21," will be the wrestler that drew the joker card prior to the match and will enter the competition last. It was announced this week that the winner of the Casino Battle Royale will earn a future shot at the AEW World Championship, facing off with the winner of the night's main event, Chris Jericho vs Kenny Omega.

Amongst the confirmed entrants so far is British wrestler, Jimmy Havoc, who will be looking to make an impact on the international stage. Other participants include former WWE star Billy Gunn, Shawn Spears (fka Tye Dillinger), Brian Pillman Jr and one-time WCW wrestler, Glacier.

British star, Kip Sabian, will take on Sammy Guevara at The Buy In Credit: AEW

Sammy Guevara vs Kip Sabian (The Buy In):

British star, Kip Sabian, who you might remember from ITV's primetime show WOS Wrestling, was originally scheduled to participate in the Casino Battle Royale but a change to the lineup now sees the Norwich native square off with the high-flying Sammy Guevara.

This match will help guide fans towards the main show at 1am and will feature some exciting, fast-paced action that will pique the interest of fans yet to "Buy In" to the full Double Or Nothing PPV.

6 Woman Tag Team Match Credit: AEW

Aja Kong, Yuka Sakazaki and Emi Sakura vs Hikaru Shida, Riho and Ryo Mizunami:

The women of AEW will be front and centre as we enter into the full Double Or Nothing PPV over on ITV Box Office.

Highlighting the female talent will be a key part of All Elite Wrestling going forward and this match will feature some of the best female wrestlers to come from Japan.

Best Friends vs Angelico and Jack Evans Credit: AEW

Best Friends vs Angelico and Jack Evans:

Best Friends, Chuck Taylor and Trent Beretta, were initially penned in to compete in the Casino Battle Royale but since the recent signings of Lucha Libre AAA stars, Angelico and Jack Evans, they will now be in tag team action.

This will be part of AEW's plan to showcase the brilliance of tag team wrestling and promises to be an enthralling match.

Women's Triple Threat match Credit: AEW

Dr. Britt Baker vs Kylie Rae vs Nyla Rose:

AEW has made a point of letting fans know that women's wrestling will be a major part of the company.

One of the first female signings, Britt Baker was joined by Kylie Rae and Nyla Rose and will have the chance to show the whole world what to expect from the women's division of All Elite Wrestling.

SolCal Uncensored vs CIMA, T-Hawk & El Lindaman Credit: AEW

SoCal Uncensored vs Strong Hearts:

As part of AEW's partnership with Oriental Wrestling Entertainment, the Japanese team, Strong Hearts (CIMA, T-Hawk and Lindaman), will represent OWE in Las Vegas as they take on the veteran team of SolCal Uncensored (Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky).

After the signing of the legendary, CIMA, the trio from southern California handpicked him as one of their opponents for Double Or Nothing with the former then choosing to be accompanied by his partners from Strong Hearts, T-Hawk and Lindaman.

This one promises to be a strong contender for match of the night as both teams aim to impress when they represent their respective brands.

Cody vs Dustin Rhodes Credit: AEW

Cody Rhodes vs Dustin Rhodes:

Although fans have seen the brothers square off previously for WWE, this time around, for AEW, it promises to be the best bout ever between the pair and possibly for the last time. Dustin has had a historical career spanning four decades.

With spells at WCW and TNA either side of his WWE career, the veteran's legacy is already intact but his brother Cody wants to put an end to the last relic of the Attitude Era when they come to blows on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

The Young Bucks vs The Lucha Bros Credit: AEW

The Young Bucks (c) vs The Lucha Bros for the AAA World Tag Team Championship:

The only championship to be contested at Double Or Nothing will be for AEW's partner companies tag team titles from Lucha Libre AAA.

The Young Bucks, Matt and Nick Jackson, have set out to prove that tag team wrestling can be the main event of a major wrestling company and their place as the penultimate match on the card is a strong indication of things to come.

'The Bucks' recently went over to Mexico and shocked the AAA audience when they took the tag titles from the Lucha Bros, Pentagon Jr and Rey Fenix, on their own turf. Come Saturday night, it will be the turn of the brothers from Mexico to come to the Young Bucks' yard in an attempt to reclaim their titles.

Chris Jericho vs Kenny Omega in the main event Credit: AEW

Kenny Omega vs Chris Jericho:

The main event of the night will see arguably two of the best wrestlers on the planet go at it one more time to determine who will face the winner of the Casino Battle Royale and be crowned the first ever AEW World Champion.

The pair previously faced off in Japan early last year, in a match that was dubbed "ALPHA vs OMEGA", with Omega ultimately coming out the victor following a very intense match at the Tokyo Dome. With such a huge prize eventually waiting for the winner of the Double Or Nothing main event, the last match of the night is looking to be the best of the night.