The following is from our play-by-play coverage of the AEW Double or Nothing PPV event:
AEW Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks vs. Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston
The challengers attacked the champs during their entrance. They brawled around ringside. Mox and Kingston took out Brandon Cutler. The Bucks beat down Kingston in the early going. The Bucks hit the Meltzer Driver to Moxley on the rampway and he was busted open on his forehead. The Bucks targeted the cut on Moxley. Nick hit a springboard senton to Moxley for a near fall. The Bucks beatdown Moxley for a few minutes.
Moxley fired up and hit a double german suplex. The fans went nuts for a hot tag to Eddie, who cleaned house and hit a series of suplex to the champs. Nick broke up a submission hold and Eddie didn’t sell the punches so he hit a big boot to Nick. Moments later, The Bucks got the advantage. Nick went for a senton off the top rope, but Eddie put his knees up. Moxley got the tag, but walked into double superkicks. Moxley with a rear-naked choke to Matt, but Nick hit a 450 splash to Moxley for a near fall. Moxley was sent into the barricade by Nick, but Moxley fought back and tossed in a shoe so it would distract the referee and Moxley and Eddie hit a tag team move for a false finish. Nick took out Eddie with a knee strike. Nick with a sharpshooter to Moxley, but Eddie broke it up and got superkicked for his troubles. Moxley with a clothesline then the Paradigm Shift for 2. Moxley no sold double superkicks and hit them with a clothesline. The Bucks with more superkicks, but Moxley wouldn’t give up. The Bucks won with 4 BTE Triggers to Moxley.
Winner: AEW Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks