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AEW Battle of the Belts IX UK Time: Start Time in GMT

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Wrestling enthusiasts in the UK, mark your calendars! The much-anticipated AEW Battle of the Belts IX is set to air, promising an electrifying evening of professional wrestling.

This event, streamed live from the Chartway Arena in Norfolk, Virginia, USA, will commence at 10 PM Eastern Time (ET) on January 13th.

For UK viewers, this translates to a start time of 3 AM Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) on January 14th.

AEW Battle of the Belts IX: Event Highlights

The AEW Battle of the Belts 9 is shaping up to be a memorable event with a lineup that’s sure to captivate fans.

A key highlight is the AEW World Tag Team Championship Street Fight, where Ricky Starks & Big Bill will defend their titles against the formidable duo of Chris Jericho & Sammy Guevara.

This matchup is not just a display of physical prowess but also a strategic battle, showcasing the best in tag team wrestling.

AEW Battle of the Belts IX: Viewing Options for UK Fans

For UK fans eager to catch all the action live, the event will be available for streaming on TrillerTV.

This platform offers a seamless viewing experience, ensuring you don’t miss a moment of the high-octane wrestling action. Remember, the event starts at 3 AM GMT on January 14th, so plan your viewing party accordingly!

FAQs

  • What time does AEW Battle of the Belts IX start in the UK?
    • The event starts at 3 AM GMT on January 14th.
  • Where can I watch AEW BOTB IX in the UK?
    • It’s available for streaming on FITE TV.
  • What is the main event at AEW Battle of the Belts?
    • The main event features a Street Fight for the AEW World Tag Team Championship.
  • Is the event suitable for all ages?
    • AEW events are typically rated PG-13, so viewer discretion is advised.
  • Can I watch a replay of the event?
    • Yes, FITE TV usually offers replays of their events.
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