For the second time this weekend, one of professional wrestling's Big 2 promotions is holding a Premium Live Event, with AEW looking to top an unusual King and Queen of the Ring showcase in Saudi Arabia with one of its signature events, Double or Nothing.

Soon, fans in Las Vegas and beyond will get to see three dozen wrestlers duke it out over a 10-match show – 12 if you count the preshow – and with darn near every title in the promotion on the line, plus a few more gimmick matches set to raise the stakes, it's clear Tony Khan has hand crafted a card filled with all sorts of interesting matches to hype up the true graps fans, with at least one match a potential candidate for match of the year if it reaches its potential.

And the best part? You just know TK is going to bring some surprises, as Double or Nothing has been known to shake things up in All Elite Land hsitorically.

So, with the show mere hours away, here are a few bold predictions for Double or Nothing, from debuts to title changes and everything in between.

5. Will Ospreay becomes the AEW International Champion.

When Will Ospreay officially became a member of AEW during the spring after announcing his intention to sign at Full Gear last fall, he not only rapidly became a fan favorite, but felt more and more like the future Ace of the promotion, with fans banging the table to become the World Champion this summer at All In.

Could that still happen? Most definitely, considering the match Ospreay had with Bryan Danielson at Dynasty, it's safe to say the “Commonwealth Kingpin” has staked his claim as the best wrestler in AEW and maybe even the world. Still, that doesn't mean Ospreay couldn't take a pitstop in the world of the International Championship picture before he enters the main event scene, as after being bloodied up by the Undisputed Kingdom, the timing feels right for the “Billy Goat” to pick up another massive win.

4. Adam Copeland defeats Malakai Black with help from Gangrel.

When Adam Copeland dropped an ungodly amount of a blood-like substance on Malakai Black in the middle of the ring on the go-home edition of AEW Dynamite ahead of Double or Nothing, it effectively took the feud between the duo to a whole nother level, with the “Rated-R Superstar” hinting that he might return to the dark side he's largely avoided tapping into in AEW.

Are we about to see Brood Edge in AEW? Well, considering Gangrel was just pulled from an indie show in Germany, that feels incredibly likely and could push both the House of Black and the TNT Champion's storyline along in an incredibly interesting way indeed.

3. Mercedes Mone puts on an AEW Double or Nothing clinic.

Was it an unusual decision for AEW to debut Mercedes Mone months before she was cleared to wrestle? Yes, while it would have made sense for Mone to either wrestle at AEW Dynasty or save her big entrance for May, the Boston show fell where it fell, and Tony Khan capitalized on a massive gate to welcome his new star to the promotion.

At Double or Nothing, Mone reminds fans why she's one of the very best wrestlers in the world today, working a top-tier match with Willow Nightingale on her way to a TBS Championship win and a world of possibilities as the new face of the channel. While some podcasters may not like her current character, those criticisms will fade if she's putting on 5-star matches against top stars from all over the world in AEW.

2. The Elite add another member to their stable.

At Dynasty, The Elite defeated FTR to become the new AEW World Tag Team Champions with a little help from Jack Perry, the returning “Scapegoat” who was absent from the promotion since being put in a Guillotine by CM Punk at All In last summer. At Double or Nothing, could The Elite raise the stakes yet again and secure another win, only this time, with another addition to the factions serving as the deciding factor in the W?

When it comes to The Elite, all options appear to be on the table.

Could it be Scorpio Sky? Or how about the Motor City Machine Guns? A former WWE star like Mustafa Ali? The possibilities are borderline limitless, which makes defeating the faction in Las Vegas all the more difficult.

1. MJF doesn't ruin Swerve Strickland's moment at Double or Nothing.

When news broke that MJF remains a member of AEW after signing a long-term extension with the promotion in 2022, according to Fightful, it created a possibility for the “Salt of the Earth” to make his big return in the next few weeks ahead of a jam-packed summer of Pay-Per-Views.

Could MJF come out at Double or Nothing, prematurely ending the excitement surrounding a Swerve Strickland win in order to insert him into a massive feud for the future? Sure, but frankly, the timing feels a bit unusual in relation to Forbidden Door, which is coming to fans on Long Island on June 30th. No, considering there's a battle royal on the fallout edition of AEW Dynamite to decide on Strickland's challenger at Forbidden Door at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles, it makes more sense to save MJF's return for that match at the earliest, as it could insert him right back into the main event picture without having to stretch the plausibility too much either way.