Seven Feuds AEW Can Book After AEW Double or Nothing 2021

The company behind Atlanta-based professional wrestling promotion One Pro Wrestling announced earlier this week that it is looking to book a seven-man main event at the company’s Double or Nothing event in January 2021, and it appears that it will feature all of the wrestlers that competed at the promotion’s last show. The company’s press release said that the promotion is currently seeking to book a seven-man main event for the event that will feature “The Elite” members Cody Rhodes, Dustin Rhodes, Bram, The Young Bucks, Matt Riddle, Marty Scurll, and The Bucks (Nick and Matt Jackson).

With their latest and greatest incarnation of the Global Force Wrestling came an intriguing question: Can AEW book their biggest feud against themselves? The answer is yes. The biggest feud in all of professional wrestling could be a one-off match between AEW and their most recent incarnation, and it will be the biggest match booked at AEW’s final Double or Nothing pay-per-view.

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AEW Double or Nothing 2021 is in the books, and AEW has a ton of television time to fill between now, the arrival of AEW Rampage in August and the All Out pay-per-view in September. A few matches have already been confirmed for the next two episodes of Dynamite, but AEW also has the habit of bringing in a wave of new feuds after each pay-per-view. So here are seven feuds we believe could lead to some great matches, whether it be on upcoming episodes of Dynamite or at All Out in Chicago. What did you think of Double or Nothing? What feuds do you want to see on AEW programming in the near future? Let us know in the comments below!

Kenny Omega vs. Jungle Boy, Then Christian Cage

Let’s start with the one we know is happening — Jungle Boy won the Casino Battle Royale on Sunday night and his title match has been confirmed for the June 9 episode of Dynamite. JB won’t win, but expect Omega to make him look like a star in defeat. As for what Omega does after that, perhaps its time to give him a quick program with Christian Cage. They’ve shown a ton of patience with Cage so far, and a quick one-month program with Omega before the build to All Out starts could be a lot of fun. But as for what they do with All Out… In two weeks Kenny Omega will defend the title against Jungle Boy on #AEWDynamite #AEWDoN #DoubleOrNothing pic.twitter.com/uJySlbKSbZ — DarbyGargano (@darbygargano) May 31, 2021 prevnext

Hangman Page vs. The Singles Division Rankings

LISTEN TO THIS GODDAMN REACTION pic.twitter.com/DQv26BV1pl — Garrett Kidney (@garrettkidney) May 31, 2021 Say what you will about AEW’s ranking system, but AEW can use it to their advantage to further a story along. Hangman looked like he was on the verge of another match Omega while sitting at the No. 1 contender spot, but that surprise loss to Brian Cage a while back made him fall all the way out of the top five. Now that he has his win over Cage back, it’s time to have Page slowly make his way back up the rankings by knocking people off. Simply put, Omega vs. Page feels like the perfect move for the main event of All Out. This idea would keep Page busy and build up his momentum for a few months. prevnext

Brian Cage vs. Powerhouse Hobbs

I thought this Double or Nothing crowd was pretty great but then they booed Hook so I would like to go back to an empty arena please. pic.twitter.com/G5nqQmdLDf — Garrett Kidney (@garrettkidney) May 31, 2021 Yes, in a perfect world Cage’s departure from Team Taz would lead to a match with Ricky Starks. But Starks is hurt and Hobbs is the next man up. That’s still a hoss fight worth seeing. prevnext

The Young Bucks vs. Dark Order

It made so much sense to put the tag titles on Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston. But since AEW didn’t do that and isn’t in the business of giving challengers multiple title shots in a row, let’s pair the Bucks up with the other fan-favorite team now that live crowds are back. The Bucks vs. Uno & Grayson would probably lead to a better match (they’ve worked together forever), but Bucks vs. John Silver & Alex Reynolds will probably get a bigger fan reaction. I’m gonna do a run in on every match tonight — John Silver (@SilverNumber1) May 30, 2021 prevnext

Sammy Guevara vs. MJF

The Inner Circle vs. The Pinnacle is probably over as a feud. But while Guevara was paired off with Shawn Spears throughout the faction rivalry, it still feels like a match between “The Spanish God” and MJF needs to happen. The bubbly will be flowing tonight! #InnerCircle#AEWDoN pic.twitter.com/GOXCjhfXnK — All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) May 31, 2021 prev

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