Witnessing the AEW Forbidden Door 2023 live stream is a thrilling experience for any wrestling fan. As the event unfolds, an increasingly packed card promises unmissable action.
Adam Cole vs Tom Lawlor, three new Zero Hour pre-show matches, and Tetsuya Naito partnering with Darby and Sting against Le Suzuki Gods are just some of the highlights’‹’‹.
AEW Forbidden Door: Main Events
AEW and NJPW have put together a supercard filled with 14 exciting matches. The main event features The American Dragon Bryan Danielson and Kazuchika Okada. Kenny Omega also defends the IWGP United States Championship against Will Ospreay’‹.
There’s no shortage of intrigue elsewhere on the card. MJF defends the AEW World Championship against Hiroshi Tanahashi, while Sanada takes on Jungle Boy in the IWGP World Heavyweight Championship defence’‹.
In another compelling matchup, Orange Cassidy defends his AEW International Championship against Zack Sabre Jr., Katsuyori Shibata, and Daniel Garcia. The outcome of this match is difficult to predict, adding to the suspense for viewers’‹.
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Viewing Experience: What to Expect
Expect chaos in the Blackpool Combat Club vs The Elite match. The overall feud is likely to continue until a Blood & Guts match.
Interestingly, this will be the first time The Elite and CM Punk share a building since the Brawl Out fight last fall, adding an extra layer of excitement to the event’‹.
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Live Stream in the U.S.
For viewers in the U.S., the event is available on the Bleacher Report app, which can be accessed via Roku, mobile devices, and the web. The app also supports Fire TV and has recently added an Apple tvOS app. The cost for this PPV event is $50 USD’‹.
Live Stream in the UK, Canada, and Beyond
For international fans, cheaper rates can often be found. For example, Canadian viewers can access the event via DAZN Canada, where the cost for this PPV event is $49.99 CAD’‹.
The event is also available for fans in the UK to watch via PPV.com, which costs Â£15.99 plus applicable taxes and service fee