The Scrap’s 2020 Pro Wrestling Card of the Year: AEW Double or Nothing

2020 was a weird year for pro wrestling. With a global pandemic, there was sure to be an impact on the quality. While there was indeed an impact on wrestling, one could argue it got better. Between WWE, AEW, and other companies like IMPACT and MLW, this was one of the best years in recent memory. Out of all the fantastic cards 2020 gave us, there is no doubt All Elite Wrestling’s Double or Nothing sits on top.

The star-studded card included names like Jon Moxley, Brodie Lee, Cody, The Elite, The Inner Circle, and more. There is no doubt that All Elite Wrestling put their best foot forward with this show.

In the short time AEW has been around, they have set a standard for themselves, one that they continually meet and exceed. Double or Nothing was no different, mostly every match delivered except for a few. The card included four championship matches and the much talked about “Stadium Stampede” main event. Notable performances from the show included Brodie Lee’s against Jon Moxley, Cody’s performance against Lance Archer, and of course the main event.

Wrestling at its core should be fun and entertaining, and for us, at The Scrap, no card was more entertaining from top to bottom than Double or Nothing.

AEW Double or Nothing is our 2020 Pro Wrestling Card of the Year.

Honrable Mentions: NXT TakeOver 30, NXT TakeOver WarGames and Wrestle Kingdom.