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AEW's next major event will be free to watch


AEW’s next major event will be free to watch

Catch Fyter Fest, AEW’s next major show, free of cost.

All Elite Wrestling is still riding high off the hugely successful Double or Nothing, the company’s first-ever show that reportedly brought 100,000+ pay-per-view buys. The nascent promotion looks to capitalize on that momentum with Fyter Fest at the end of the month, but unlike Double or Nothing, this one will be free to watch through the B/R Live app.

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A trailer for the event was shown last night at the E3 gaming conference — a smart move considering the large overlap between wrestling fans and gaming fans. AEW and TNT, the company’s broadcast partner, confirmed the news on their Twitter accounts this afternoon.

Fyter Fest takes place Saturday, June 29th from the Daytona Beach Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, Florida. Currently, the card boasts matches like Jon Moxley vs. Joey Janela and Cody Rhodes vs. Darby Allin.


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