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AEW WrestleDream Live Stream: How to Watch in the UK

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The highly anticipated AEW WrestleDream 2023 is just around the corner. If you’re wondering how to catch all the action live from the UK, we’ve got you covered.

AEW WrestleDream is set to be one of the biggest events of the year. The main event will see Zack Sabre Jr. face off against Bryan Danielson in a match that fans have been eagerly awaiting.

This isn’t the only highlight, though. The card is packed with world-renowned talents such as the Lucha Bros, Katsuyori Shibata, Aussie Open, The Elite, Will Ospreay, Orange Cassidy, and many more.

The event will take place on October 1st, with the main broadcast kicking off at 1 a.m. BST. So, make sure you set your alarms or your DVRs!

How to Stream AEW WrestleDream in the UK

For fans in the UK, the AEW WrestleDream live stream is available for £16.99. There are a couple of platforms offering the live stream:

  • DAZN: This platform has been a go-to for many wrestling events and will be streaming WrestleDream for the UK audience.
  • Fite TV: Another reliable platform for wrestling fans, Fite TV will also be offering the AEW WrestleDream live stream for the UK.

It’s worth noting that prices and availability might vary, so it’s a good idea to check both platforms and choose the one that suits you best.


  • When is AEW WrestleDream 2023?
    • The event is scheduled for October 1st.
  • What time does the event start in the UK?
    • The main broadcast starts at 1 a.m. BST.
  • Where can I watch AEW WrestleDream in the UK?
    • You can stream the event on platforms like DAZN and Fite TV.
  • Who are the main eventers for AEW WrestleDream 2023?
    • Zack Sabre Jr. and Bryan Danielson are headlining the event.
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