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AEW Forbidden Door 2023 UK Time: What is it?

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All Elite Wrestling (AEW) has become a significant force in the professional wrestling scene since its inception in 2019. Known for its thrilling storylines and high-octane matches, AEW has captured the attention of wrestling fans worldwide. One of its most anticipated events is the AEW Forbidden Door.

Scheduled for June 26th, 2023, the event is set to provide an incredible display of wrestling prowess. The question on many fans’ minds is, “What time does it start, especially for viewers in the UK?”

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Understanding the AEW Forbidden Door Event

The AEW Forbidden Door is a pay-per-view (PPV) event that showcases some of the best professional wrestlers from across the globe, with All Elite stars facing New Japan Pro Wrestling names in, usually, never before seen bouts.

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UK Time for AEW Forbidden Door 2023

For fans in the UK, the actual PPV card is scheduled to start at 1 AM BST on Monday, June 26th. It’s an unusual time, given the event is broadcast live from the United States.

However, the excitement surrounding the event ensures that many dedicated fans will be willing to stay up late or set their alarm clocks to catch the action live.

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How to Watch AEW Forbidden Door in the UK

Given the late start time, UK fans have a few options for viewing the event. AEW events are typically available on various platforms, including cable and satellite providers, as well as online streaming services.

Fans can also record the event to watch at a more convenient time. Regardless of the method chosen, it’s sure to be an event you won’t want to miss.

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