AEW Fight For The Fallen 2019: Match Card, Start Time, & How To Watch

Just two weeks after AEW's Fyter Fest, the fledgling promotion is returning with another free show (for fans in the US and Canada), Fight For The Fallen. Once again, the show will be available via B/R Live, all you need to do is subscribe beforehand. For fans outside of North America, the show will be available via the Fite TV app for a smaller than normal fee, such as £8.99 in the UK. Fight For The Fallen will air live across all platforms at 8:30 pm EST this Saturday, July 13, 2019, or 7:30 pm if you want to catch the Buy-In.

The Young Bucks vs Cody And Dustin Rhodes

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Cody and Dustin Rhodes went to war with each other at Double Or Nothing. After the match, an emotional Cody revealed he wanted his older brother to team with him at Fight For The Fallen. It seems as if a lot has time has passed between now and then, but that match is finally upon us. The Rhodes brothers will take on The Young Bucks this Saturday, and it will almost definitely be a match worthy of the main event.

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Kenny Omega vs CIMA

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As we eagerly await the dream match between Kenny Omega and Jon Moxley at All Out, The Cleaner continues to get himself better acquainted with his non-Japanese fans. Meanwhile, CIMA will want to use this match at Fight For The Fallen to exhibit how good he can be without his fellow OWE partners to support him. His talents didn't come across so much at Fyter Fest, but we imagine they will against Omega. A potential match of the night contender right here.

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Hangman Page vs Kip Sabian

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Hangman Page is on the highway to the first ever AEW Championship match at All Out. However, the powers-that-be at AEW need to work on making Page feel worthy of that crown if he is going to win it on August 31, 2019. A singles match with Kip Sabian doesn't feel as if that's going to cut it on that front. The good news is that Chris Jericho will be in attendance at Fight For The Fallen. We imagine he will be addressing Page in some way on Saturday night.

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Brandi Rhodes vs Allie

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We have seen some terrific matches from AEW's female wrestlers during the promotion's last two shows. However, despite seeing a lot of her, we are yet to see AEW's Chief Brand Officer, Brandi Rhodes compete in a match. It seemed as if she was about to join the fray at Double Or Nothing, but instead unleashed Awesome Kong on the division that night. This Saturday, Brandi will make her AEW in-ring debut, and it will be against Allie.

SoCal Uncensored vs The Lucha Bros

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So far in AEW, anything and everything these two tag teams have touched has turned to gold. Scorpio Sky is winning over fans with his incredible acrobatics, and The Lucha Bros are showing the world why they are two of the hottest wrestlers in the world right now. This match will set Fight For The Fallen alight, and judging by where it's listed on AEW's site, it will be opening the main card on Saturday night.

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Darby Allin, Joey Janela, And Jimmy Havoc vs MJF, Sammy G, and Shawn Spears

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One of the main things AEW's first two shows have been criticized for is their Buy-Ins. The hour prior to the main card that's supposed to convince any stragglers to buy the PPV. If the above match is anything to go by, AEW has heard that criticism. This six-person tag match is packed with talent, most of which was featured front and center at Fyter Fest. Not only will this be a terrific match, but it is also the perfect advert for what AEW is going to be.

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