AEW Double Or Nothing 2022 Spoilers! Which Of The 4 Championship Matches Saw A New Champion Crowned?! Who Made Their AEW Debuts?

AEW Double Or Nothing 2022 Spoilers! Which Of The 4 Championship Matches Saw A New Champion Crowned?! Who Made Their AEW Debuts?

Here was the full card for AEW Double or Nothing 2022.

Here are the highlights from the PPV via AEW.

Owen Hart Foundation Men’s Tournament Finals!

Adam Cole vs. ROH World TV Champion Samoa Joe!

Mike Chioda was the referee for this match.

Samoa Joe jabbed at Adam Cole with shot after shot. Joe chopped at Cole, then followed up with a head butt. Samoa Joe peppered Cole with even more strikes. Cole charged at Joe, but Joe countered with a vicious back elbow.

Outside the ring, Samoa Joe approached Adam Cole but Cole was waiting for him with a thrust kick. Adam Cole shoved Samoa Joe shoulder first into the steel ring post!

Cole returned Samoa Joe to the ring and fired an elbow strike. Cole toe-kicked Samoa Joe in the arm, trying to neutralize Joe’s size advantage.

“In this scenario, Adam Cole is able to utilize what’s already been done. Smart wrestling,” said Jim Ross.

Adam Cole was looking for Panama Sunrise but Samoa Joe countered and then smashed Cole’s knees into the apron. Samoa Joe reached for Adam Cole, who was outside the ring, and Cole surprised Samoa Joe with a kick to the injured shoulder. In the ring, Samoa Joe planted Adam Cole with an STO and then splashed him with a sit-out senton. Cole kicked out at two.

“I think his shoulder was bothering him on that cover,” observed Tony Schiavone.

Samoa Joe grabbed a powerslam on Adam Cole and tried for the pin, but his shoulder was clearly bothering him. Samoa Joe tried for a powerbomb but he couldn’t maintain his grip. Cole slid out, built up steam, charged at Samoa Joe, but Samoa Joe leveled Cole with a clothesline. Samoa Joe was searching for the muscle buster but Cole escaped and connected with a high knee to Samoa Joe’s jaw!

“Counterpunching has been the name of the game here,” said Excalibur.

Adam Cole applied a cross face to Samoa Joe. Adam Cole had to relinquish the hold as Joe’s boots touched the ropes. Samoa Joe intercepted a superkick and then powerbombed Adam Cole. Samoa Joe applied the STF to Adam Cole!

Bobby Fish ran down and grabbed Samoa Joe’s arm. Adam Cole was looking to lower the boom but Joe ducked it! Samoa Joe chopped Adam Cole in the chest. Samoa Joe charged at Adam Cole but Cole defended with superkicks! Adam Cole dropped the boom with his running knee strike and then pinned Samoa Joe!

Adam Cole is the winner of the inaugural Owen Hart Foundation Men’s Tournament!

Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament Finals!

Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. (with Rebel and Jamie Hayter) vs Ruby Soho!

Fozzy guitarist Rich Ward played Dr. Britt Baker’s theme song as Baker made her way to the ring.

Rancid played Ruby Soho’s theme song as Ruby made her entrance!

Baker sent Rebel and Hayter to the back before the match began.

“That’s about as big as you can get for an entrance,” said Tony Schiavone, after watching Rancid play out Ruby to the ring.

Baker and Soho traded wristlocks, each jockeying for position. Ruby came out on top, maintaining control of the wrist of her opponent. Britt grabbed Ruby’s hair and then hammered her with a few forearms and then a knee.

Ruby Soho fired back with a knee strike to Britt Baker. Ruby shot a dropkick to Britt outside of the ring. Excalibur wondered if Ruby injured a rib on the landing, as Ruby stood up clutching her ribs. Ruby suplexed Britt Baker on the arena floor.

Ruby climbed to the top turnbuckle but Britt Baker shoved her down, with Ruby crashing down on her injured ribs. Britt grabbed Ruby and yanked her into the ring post, again concentrating on Ruby’s ribcage.

Britt used a Russian leg sweep and then hammered on Ruby Soho’s ribs with the point of her elbow. Britt clobbered Ruby with a hard elbow to the jaw. Britt was looking for the Pittsburgh sunrise but Ruby anticipated it and rocked her with a shot. Ruby met Britt on the top turnbuckle and Ruby sent Britt soaring with a superplex! Ruby came up holding her ribs.

Britt landed a thrust kick to Ruby’s jaw. Ruby avoided the curb stomp. Ruby crashed down with a senton off the top rope for a near fall on Britt Baker!

“A very physical matchup, you have to hand it to both wrestlers,” said Jim Ross.

Britt Baker finally landed the curb stomp on Ruby Soho but it wasn’t enough to pin Ruby. Britt Baker applied her surgical glove and was looking for the lock jaw submission but Ruby rolled through. Baker clipped Ruby on the side of the head and tried for the lock jaw again, but Ruby countered with the No Future! Ruby locked in the sharpshooter on Britt Baker but Baker finally grabbed the ropes, forcing ref Paul Turner to break the hold.

Ruby tried the victory roll on Baker but Baker leaned back with a counter and pinned Ruby Soho!

Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. is the winner of the inaugural Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament!

Tony Schiavone introduced Dr. Martha Hart, who was there to present Adam Cole and Dr. Britt Baker. D.M.D. with their beautiful championships as the first-ever winners of the Owen Cup. Head of AEW Tony Khan escorted Dr. Martha Hart out to the ramp.

The fans in the sold-out arena chanted “Owen! Owen! Owen!” and then “Thank you Martha! Thank you Martha! Thank you Martha…”

Main Event Time!

AEW World Championship Match!

“Hangman” Adam Page (c.) vs. CM Punk!

The match began with dueling chants.

Punk and Page traded wicked shots, with Page getting the better of the exchange. Page rocked Punk with a forearm. Punk retaliated with an overhand chop!

CM Punk whipped “Hangman” Page into the turnbuckles. Punk followed up with a Russian leg sweep. Punk went for a flying body press but Page caught him and countered with a fall away slam. Page followed through with a pescado over the top to Punk on the arena floor.

Page smashed Punk with a rolling elbow! “Hangman” sent Punk hard into the turnbuckles. Page was setting up for the buckshot lariat, perhaps, but Punk shoved Page off the ring apron. Punk charged at Page outside the ring but Page nailed Punk with a pop-up powerbomb on the apron. Page followed up with a flying lariat for a near fall!

Page threw Punk to the outside again. Page climbed to the top rope but Punk joined him up there and superplexed Page into the ring. Punk connected with a leg lariat beneath Page’s chin. Punk rocked Page with a running bulldog.

“Punk is finding his offensive groove,” said Jim Ross.

Punk used the springboard lariat. Punk attempted a sharpshooter but Page fought out. Punk came back with a neck breaker for a near fall.

“Here’s where the conditioning becomes a factor, as we approach the deeper waters of this match,” said Excalibur.

“Hangman” Page hit the moonsault to Punk outside the ring. Excalibur wondered if Page hurt his knee when he landed. Page tried for the buckshot lariat but his knee troubled him and Punk moved a step and then countered with the sharpshooter. Page grabbed the bottom rope, forcing ref Paul Turner to break the hold.

Punk went for the Punkshot lariat but his leg gave out when he landed. Punk hit the Punkshot lariat on the second attempt. Punk gestured for the GTS but Page powerbombed him. Page drilled Punk with the deadeye for a very near fall!

Page made the GTS hand signal. Page hoisted up Punk for the GTS but Punk grabbed the top rope. Punk blasted Page with a roundhouse. Somehow Page rallied back with a GTS for a near fall! “Hangman” Page was holding his left knee after the move.

CM Punk buckled Page’s leg after a swift kick. Page connected with a high boot. Page clotheslined Punk over the top rope and then threw Punk over the timekeeper’s table. Page picked up his title belt and said “This is mine! You will never have it!”

Page tried for the Buckshot lariat but Punk stepped back. Punk tried to counter with the GTS but as he hoisted up Page, Page’s boots knocked ref Paul Turner in the head. “Hangman” Page grabbed his world title belt and was thinking about hitting Punk with it. Page thought twice and threw the belt to the ground. Page tried for the Buckshot lariat but CM Punk countered with the GTS and pinned Adam Page!

And new AEW World Champion…CM Punk!

“We just witnessed ‘Hangman’ Adam Page have a crisis of conscience right before our eyes and it cost him the biggest prize in our sport,” said Excalibur…

TBS Championship Match!

Jade Cargill (c.) vs. Dark Order’s Anna Jay!

Kiera Hogan and Red Velvet were watching from the front row, cheering on Jade.

Jade backed Anna into the corner. Anna went for a crossbody attempt but Jade caught her. Jade powered back with a fall away slam to Anna Jay. Jade Cargill used a snap suplex and then a lariat. Jade dropped a double sledge off the top rope.

There was a huge shift of momentum when Anna Jay superplexed Jade off the turnbuckles. Jade ran into a back elbow from Anna Jay. Jade rolled out of the ring after Anna connected with a flipping blockbuster off the top rope. Kiera Hogan and Red Velvet jumped the guardrail but Anna Jay countered with double DDTs!

As Anna Jay tried to get back into the ring, Jade booted Anna Jay. “Smart” Mark Sterling hobbled down to the ring, distracted the referee and sliding his crutch into the ring. Anna Jay grabbed the crutch, though, and used it against Anna Jay.

Dark Order’s John Silver snuck down to the ring and neutralized Sterling with a brainbuster to the floor. Inside the ring, Jade nailed Anna with the eye of the storm! Anna Jay kicked out Jade’s leg and locked on the Queen Slayer! Jade Cargill backed Anna Jay into the turnbuckles.

Anna Jay climbed to the top turnbuckle but Jade made her up there. Stokely Hathaway walked down to the ring, distracting Anna. Cargill grabbed Jade and spiked her with an avalanche Jaded, and then pinned Anna Jay!

The Baddies were about to double team Anna Jay but then Kris Statlander sprinted to the ring to even up the odds! “The Fallen Goddess” Athena came out to the ring! Athena, Statlander, and Anna Jay went face to face with Jade Cargill and the Baddies…

MJF vs. Wardlow opened the main card of DOUBLE OR NOTHING!

“MJF looks like he’s walking to the gallows for his own execution,” said Excalibur.

“It’s time to pay the piper, as they say,” replied Tony Schiavone.

Wardlow was wearing handcuffed inside a holding cell in the arena. Security escorted Wardlow to the ring.

“Wardlow is a franchise player,” said Jim Ross.

Before the match even began, MJF jumped out of the ring, ordering ref Bryce Remsburg to “back him up,” stalling for time. “You’re on my time,” said MJF.

MJF tried a sunset flip on Wardlow but Wardlow didn’t budge. Wardlow hoisted up MJF for a powerbomb but MJF chomped down on Wardlow’s forehead, escaping the big man’s grasp. MJF tweaked his knee, but the fans in the arena didn’t buy it. The fans were right as MJF pulled the Dynamite Diamond Ring out of his trunks. Both the referee and Wardlow saw it, and the ref pulled it away from MJF.

“Let’s talk this out. I’ll double your pay,” said MJF, as he extended his hand to Wardlow.

Wardlow yanked MJF’s arm, pulling him right into a powerbomb! Wardlow powerbombed MJF a second time! And then a third powerbomb! Wardlow picked up MJF and planted him with a fourth powerbomb! And then a fifth powerbomb! There was a sixth powerbomb to MJF! Wardlow hit a seventh powerbomb! There was an eighth, ninth, and then a tenth powerbomb and then Wardlow decided to pin MJF!

“Finally Wardlow is free of MJF’s contract and he is free to officially join All Elite Wrestling,” said Excalibur.

MJF was stretchered out of the arena by medical personnel. MJF was wearing a neck brace.

Tony Schiavone approached Wardlow on the ramp, informing Wardlow that Tony Khan has declared Wardlow “All Elite.”

The fans chanted “You deserve it! You deserve it! You deserve it!”

The full results for Double or Nothing 2022 is here.

Plus, former ROH Champion Rush allied with Andrade during the PPV.

They will apparently be a team called Los Ingobernables which in English I understand means the Ungovernable.

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