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Daniel Fowler
May 26, 2019

Arguably one of the most anticipated wrestling shows of the year, All Elite Wrestling's Double or Nothing event takes place this Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Earlier this month, it was announced that All Elite would be expanding to television with a live weekly wrestling show on TNT, which only raises the stakes for Double or Nothing.

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The Buy in pre-show, will begin at 7pm ET (4pm PT, 12 midnight BST).

The main show will air live on Pay-Per-View and on the B/R Live streaming service for the price of $49.99 (£39.44) in the United States and Canada. After you sign up, you will need to provide your credit card information.

There is now no app for B/R Live on gaming consoles so the above methods are the only way to stream Double or Nothing online.

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Double or Nothing's Buy-In preshow starts at 7 p.m. ET or 4 p.m. PT. Fans looking to watch the preshow for free can do so by going to B/R Live and clicking here. For $49.99, you can live stream Double or Nothing on B/R Live on your desktop, mobile, TV, or tablet device.

Pre-show: The "Buy In" pre-show will stream for free on AEW's YouTube channel and Bleacher Report's B/R Live app. If you have cable, Direct TV, Dish and other major cable providers will also provide Double or Nothing through its pay-per-view model.

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