REVEALED: What Happened After AEW Double Or Nothing 2024 Went Off The Air

What happened after AEW Double or Nothing 2024 went off the air

All Elite Wrestling's Double or Nothing pay-per-view on Sunday night was main evented by an Anarchy in the Arena Match for the soul of the promotion as The Elite faced off against Team AEW of Bryan Danielson, FTR, and Darby Allin. 

The closing moments of the match saw Bryan Danielson have to fight on alone as FTR had been taken out and Darby Allin was hanging upside from his ankles in the middle of the ring. The American Dragon tried but ultimately failed as he ate a Rainmaker from Kazuchika Okada and a Busaiku Knee from Jack Perry as the former Jungle Boy made the cover to score the win for The Elite. 

After Double or Nothing went off the air, Europe's 'The Final Countdown', which had played to begin Anarchy in the Arena, filled the MGM Grand Garden Arena once again. Dax Harwood then brought a sign into the ring which read, "I love wrestling. Wrestling is great" before Danielson removed his AEW vest and held it up to celebrate All Elite Wrestling. Danielson then exited the ring and bathed in the adulation of the crowd as fans began to filter out of the venue. 

How long Danielson will be a part of All Elite Wrestling is currently up in the air, with the former ROH World Champion revealing in recent weeks that his contract expires before August's All In pay-per-view. Danielson has long made it clear that 2024 will be his final year as a full-time wrestler.  

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