Christian got in Double or Nothing with an unbeaten record in AEW, and he also had a previous confrontation with current AEW World champion Kenny Omega, which made him an apparent candidate to win.
Instead, AEW chose to think outside the box by choosing somebody a bit more unanticipated and giving him a possibility to ascend to the top of the mountain.
Now, Jungle Boy is in line to have the most significant match of his AEW career therefore far
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Jungle Boy won the Casino Battle Royale at AEW Double or Nothing on Sunday to make a future AEW World Championship match.
Jungle Boy was part of a stacked match that included a number of strong competitors, such as Christian Cage, Penta El Zero Miedo, Matt Hardy and Dustin Rhodes, to name a few. Lio Rush likewise made his AEW launching as the “Joker” in the deck.
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The Casino Battle Royale has become something of a tradition in AEW, especially at the Double or Nothing pay-per-view.
At the very first Double or Nothing in 2019, “Hangman” Adam Page won from the wild-card area and went on to face Chris Jericho for the AEW World Championship in the primary occasion of All Out, however he fell short.
Last year, a Casino Ladder Match was held rather, and the debuting Brian Cage won to make an AEW World title chance.
Cage was also unsuccessful in his bid to win the championship, indicating the onus is on Jungle Boy to stop the misfortune that previous winners of the match have actually withstood.
Jungle Boy win was something of a surprise considering that Christian was deemed the clear favorite on the heels of his AEW launching at Revolution in March.