Blackpool Combat Club & The Elite Set For Anarchy In The Arena At AEW Double Of Nothing

The Elite is back together, just in time for a big showdown with the Blackpool Combat Club at AEW's Double or Nothing pay-per-view.

Kenny Omega, The Young Bucks, and "Hangman" Adam Page formally reunited on-screen at the very end of Wednesday night's "Dynamite." Omega was first to emerge from backstage, interrupting an interview with Don Callis, who betrayed Omega and cost him a steel cage match against the B.C.C.'s Jon Moxley on last week's "Dynamite." However, a large contingent of security guards blocked Omega's path to revenge and Callis quickly escaped.


That's when Moxley and the rest of the B.C.C. – Bryan Danielson, Claudio Castagnoli, and Wheeler Yuta – launched an attack on Omega. Moments later, the Bucks emerged, still hobbled by a backstage attack by the B.C.C. earlier in the show. Finally, Page made his surprise entrance, and turned the tide, forcing the B.C.C. to retreat. Page had not been seen on AEW TV since Danielson targeted his eye with a screwdriver just over a month ago. Sporting an eyepatch as a remnant of that attack, Page took the microphone and announced that The Elite and the B.C.C. would meet in an Anarchy in the Arena match at Double or Nothing.

Prior to his appearance on Wednesday night's "Dynamite," Page returned to in-ring action in a match against Big Bill at AEW's non-televised House Rules show in Salem, Virginia this past Saturday night.


The first Anarchy in the Arena match occurred at last year's Double or Nothing pay-per-view. On that night, it was the Jericho Appreciation Society (Chris Jericho, Angelo Parker, Daniel Garcia, Jake Hager, and Matt Menard) who defeated the combined forces of the Blackpool Combat Club's Danielson and Moxley along with Eddie Kingson, Santana, and Ortiz.