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New details on AEW’s Double or Nothing rally, WWE to monitor the situation

We noted before how the Being The Elite episode released on the January 1st officially confirmed that the Young Bucks and others are starting a new wrestling promotion called All Elite Wrestling.

After this announcement, the company promoters revealed that they will be having a rally for their upcoming Double Or Nothing event on Tuesday in Jacksonville, FL, where SmackDown will be held on the same day.

Now the new promotions have released some more details on this rally, and they have sent out the following press release announcing that they are poised to change wrestling landscape:


— New “All Elite Wrestling” Poised to Change Wrestling Landscape —

JACKSONVILLE, FL, (January 3, 2019) – All Elite Wrestling, the new wrestling promotion headlined by members of The Elite, today announced plans for a special DOUBLE OR NOTHING event rally in Jacksonville, FL. The event, which is free and open to the public, will take place on Tuesday, Jan. 8, at 5pm ET outside TIAA Bank Field in Parking Lot J (near Gate 1, adjacent to the TV compound).

The rally is on the heels of the unveiling earlier this week of DOUBLE OR NOTHING, the inaugural event under the new All Elite Wrestling (AEW) banner. Keeping in true The Elite fashion, attendees can expect the unexpected as the rally will showcase the true spirit of wrestling entrepreneurialism and feature special guests, inside info and limited edition merchandise.

Fans can also watch the event rally live on the “Being The Elite” YouTube channel, as well as @AEWrestling (Twitter), /TheYoungBucks (Facebook), @TheBrandiRhodes (Instagram), and can interact socially at #AEW.

“The Young Bucks, Matt and Nick Jackson, are right with me in committing to deliver on our promise to change the wrestling landscape in 2019, and the DOUBLE OR NOTHING event is just the start,” said Cody Rhodes. “The time to change the world is now.”

It’s interesting to note here that according to Bryan Alvarez of the Wrestling Observer, WWE representatives will be monitoring this rally closely, since there are concerns that AEW officials or fans can try to interrupt the SmackDown tapings in the area.