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AEW Fight For The Fallen: Match Card, Start Time, How To Watch Free

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All Elite Wrestling presents their “Fight For The Fallen” event tonight.

The event will take place at the Daily’s Place Amphitheatre in Jacksonville, FL

How to watch All Elite Wrestling Fight For The Fallen

What time does Fight For The Fallen start?

The Buy In (Pre-Show): Sunday July 13, 2019 | 7:30pm ET / 4:30pm PT / 12:30am BST.

“The Buy In” will be available for free worldwide.

Fight For The Fallen Main Show: Saturday July 13, 2019 | 8:15pm ET / 5:15pm PT / 1:15am BST. It will be available to stream live on the following services:

The event will cost approximately $11 USD for International customers on Fite.Tv. You can get a $10 credit towards the event using the following method.

Using your smartphone this link to sign up for fite.tv. Once you sign up a $10 credit will be added to your account. You can use that credit towards ordering AEW Fight For The Fallen. Fite TV credits need to be used in full and cannot be mixed with real currency. Fight For The Fallen in the U.K costs $11 USD Fite Credits. You will need to invite a friend to get the additional credits to purchase.

How do I get more credits? Open the sidebar menu on the left side of the Fite TV app and press ‘WATCH FREE PPV”. This is where you see the balance of your credits. Take the unique code and use it to invite your friends. Every time  a friend signs up you will receive $5 credit, and your friend will receive $5 initial credit

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AEW Fyter Fest Match Card

BUY IN Pre-Show

  • Sonny Kiss vs. Librarian Peter Avalon
  • Britt Baker and Riho vs. Shoko Nakajima and Bea Priestley

Fight For The Fallen Main Card

  • Brandi Rhodes vs. Allie
  • Hangman Page vs. Kip Sabian
  • SoCal Uncensored (Frankie Kazarian & Scorpio Sky) vs. The Lucha Brothers
  • Joey Janela, Jimmy Havoc & Darby Allin vs. Shawn Spears, MJF & Sammy Guevara
  • Dark Order vs. Angelico & Jack Evans vs. Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus
  • Kenny Omega vs. CIMA
  • The Young Bucks vs. Cody & Dustin Rhodes
  • Special Appearance From Chris Jericho

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Cody Rhodes Injury Update, Not Medically Cleared For Action Following AEW Full Gear

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Cody Rhodes is not medically cleared for in-ring action following his AEW Championship match against Chris Jericho Saturday night at AEW Full Gear.

All Elite Wrestling issued a statement indicating Rhodes suffered costochondral separation, sometimes known as a rib separation during his match with Chris Jericho at the PPV.

Rhodes also received 8 stitches following a nasty bump on the entrance ramp which split him open above his eyebrow.

Tony Khan stated during a post-event media scrum, Cody was cleared to continue to the match after ringside physician Dr. Sampson gave the green light.

It’s unknown when Cody will be next evaluated to compete inside an AEW ring.

 

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Tony Khan Comments On Altercation Between Jimmy Havoc And Exaclibur

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Tony Khan seems to think the altercation between AEW’s Jimmy Havoc and Excalibur this past Thursday was no big deal.

Khan stated, “I wouldn’t call it a fight, I’ve seen a lot worse in the world of Football, both in England and the NFL, and I saw a lot worse tonight. They scrapped around, but it was cool the next day, and it was cool today”.

The incident occured Thursday night at Jimmy’s Famous Seafood in Baltimore, MD during a birthday celebration for AEW announcer Tony Schiavone.

The original report from Bodyslam.net states Excalibur put Havoc in a chokehold prior to the altercation behind broken up by security. Havoc was reportedly intoxicated during the incident, and felt remorseful after.

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Jon Moxley Defeats Kenny Omega In Brutal Unsanctioned Match At AEW Full Gear

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Jon Moxley defeated Kenny Omega in a brutal match to close off the AEW Full Gear PPV.

The match was promoted as a “Lights Out Match”, which would be “unsanctioned”, and not be counted towards AEW’s win loss records.

Moxley was back in his element, channelling his persona from his death match days CZW, while Omega came along for the ride, and was able to hold his own.

In the end, Moxley was able to gain victory after executing Paradigm Shift DDT on the exposed ring boards.

Jon Moxley’s wife, WWE announcer Renee Young reacted to the match on Twitter

Check out some highlights below.

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