AEW (All Elite Wrestling) has been making waves in the world of professional wrestling, and the anticipation for its AEW All Out 2023 event is palpable. For UK fans eager to catch every moment, there are a few key details to keep in mind.
AEW’s recent show in London was nothing short of historic. The event, named “All In”, witnessed a record-breaking attendance, with 81,000 fans pouring into Wembley Stadium.
Such a turnout is a testament to AEW’s growing popularity and its ability to rival other major wrestling promotions. The highlight of the night was the intense battle between MJF and Adam Cole for the AEW World Championship, with MJF emerging victorious.
AEW All Out 2023: Date and Time for UK Fans
For those marking their calendars, AEW All Out 2023 is scheduled for Sunday, 3rd September 2023 in the US.
However, due to the time difference, UK fans will need to tune in during the early hours of Monday, 4th September. The event kicks off at 1am UK time, ensuring a night filled with thrilling wrestling action.
How to Watch AEW All Out 2023 in the UK
AEW fans in the UK can catch all the action on FITE. It’s a designated PPV (Pay-Per-View) event, and viewers can access it for a one-off fee of $19.99.
The flexibility of the platform allows fans to stream the event either on their mobile devices or cast it to their TVs for a more immersive viewing experience.
Anticipated Matches at AEW All Out 2023
The match card for AEW All Out 2023 promises some electrifying encounters, including the following:
- Luchasaurus vs. Darby Allin for the AEW TNT Championship
- The winner of Orange Cassidy vs. Penta El Zero Miedo will face Jon Moxley for the AEW International Championship
- Kris Statlander vs. Ruby Soho for the AEW TBS Championship
- Kenny Omega will take on Konosuke Takeshita
- Miro is set to battle Powerhouse Hobbs
Each of these matches brings its own set of stakes and storylines, ensuring that fans will be glued to their screens from start to finish.