Report: Stadium Stampede At AEW Double Or Nothing To Have A 'Significant Live Element'

A full venue for AEW Double Or Nothing 2021

This year's Stadium Stampede Match at AEW Double Or Nothing will reportedly have a 'significant live element to it' to ensure the involvement of the crowd in attendance.

Chris Jericho and The Inner Circle are preparing to take on MJF and The Pinnacle in this year's Stadium Stampede, with the added condition that if Jericho's faction lose, they must disband.

Last year's Stadium Stampede, which put The Inner Circle against Matt Hardy and The Elite, was pre-taped and presented as a cinematic match, but that won't be completely the case at this year's event. 

A recent report from Fightful Select suggests that the match will be a 'unique live experience' and have 'a significant live element'. While the report does not specify exactly what that means, it appears the fans in attendance at Daily's Place will see some form of live action from the bout.

Double Or Nothing 2021 is set to have a full attendance after Tony Khan announced at the beginning of May that the pay-per-view would run a full venue, making it the first AEW show since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic to go ahead with a full crowd.

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