AEW To Have Full-Capacity Crowd For Double Or Nothing 2021

5,500 fans for the May 30 pay-per-view

All Elite Wrestling will return to pay-per-view on May 30 with Double Or Nothing and Tony Khan revealed on Busted Open Radio that the show will take place in front of a full-capacity crowd at Daily's Place in Jacksonville, Florida. The amphitheatre can hold up to 5,500 spectators. 

AEW is also planning to hold a weekend of events ahead of the pay-per-view.

"We're gonna make a whole weekend out of it. We will be live on Friday, we will be live on TNT on Friday. We will be doing something for the fans on Saturday, a fan fest, and that will be great. And then Sunday will be Double Or Nothing which will be our first full-capacity pay-per-view that we've done since Revolution in Chicago," Khan stated.

This will be the first full-capacity show AEW has held since the March 11, 2020, episode of Dynamite. The company held shows behind closed doors shortly after because of the COVID-19 pandemic and a reduced number of fans have attended events at Daily's Place since August.  

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