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AEW Revolution 2023 UK PPV: Is the show on DAZN PPV?

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All Elite Wrestling’s (AEW) annual PPV event, Revolution, is one of the most highly anticipated shows of the year for wrestling fans around the world.

With the 2023 edition of the event set to take place on March 5th, many UK fans may be wondering how they can watch the event, and specifically, whether it will be available on the DAZN streaming service.

For UK fans hoping to watch AEW Revolution 2023, the good news is that the event will be available to watch in full on DAZN PPV, but there is a catch.

In order to access the PPV event on DAZN, fans will need to already have a subscription to the DAZN streaming service in the UK.

What is DAZN?

For those who are not familiar with DAZN, it is a global sports streaming service that offers live and on-demand coverage of a wide range of sports, including boxing, MMA, football, and more.

In the UK, DAZN offers coverage of major events like Misfits Boxing events and combat sports like kickboxing and MMA.

Can I watch AEW Revolution on DAZN PPV?

While DAZN is not a traditional TV network, it offers a reliable and accessible way for UK fans to watch AEW Revolution 2023, as well as other AEW events and content.

With an AEW Plus subscription via FITE TV, fans can watch AEW Dynamite and Rampage live and on-demand, as well as access exclusive content and replays of past events.

In summary, while AEW Revolution 2023 will not be available on traditional UK TV networks, fans in the UK can watch the event in full on DAZN PPV if they already have a subscription to the DAZN streaming service.

With the growing popularity of AEW and the convenience of streaming services like DAZN, it has never been easier for UK fans to keep up with all the latest action from their favourite wrestling promotion.

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