AEW Fyter Fest 2019: Match Card, Start Time, & How To Watch

AEW returns to our screens this weekend via its second big show, Fyter Fest. Not a PPV per se, that's coming two weeks from now in the form of Fight For The Fallen. In fact, if you live in the US, you can watch Fyter Fest for free on B/R Live. Just be sure to sign up before the show begins on Saturday night. Unfortunately for fans in the UK, you'll have to pay for Fyter Fest and can watch it via Fite TV. However, it will cost you a reduced price of £8.99. Fyter Fest begins at 7:30 pm EST on Saturday, June 29, 2019, or 6:30 pm EST if you want to watch the Buy In.

Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks vs The Lucha Bros & Laredo Kid

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One of the best matches of the night at Double Or Nothing was The Lucha Bros versus The Young Bucks. At Fyter Fest, we'll get to see that match again but this time, with Kenny Omega and Laredo Kid thrown in. This match was originally supposed to feature Pac teaming with Fenix and Pentagon. However, since the situation between Pac and AEW is still not sorted, the AAA World Cruiserweight Champion has stepped in.

Jon Moxley vs Joey Janela

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Jon Moxley has been very busy since he shocked the world at Double Or Nothing. However, his match with Joey Janela at Fyter Fest will be his first for AEW. At All Out in August, Moxley and Omega will clash, and the man formerly known as Dean Ambrose will likely be using this as a warm-up. Time for Moxley to well and truly show the world what he is capable of without the constraints of WWE.

Cody vs Darby Allin

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Cody put on the match of the night at Double Or Nothing with his brother, Dustin. The two will team up at Fight For The Fallen, but at Fyter Fest, the former ROH Champion has the chance to introduce Darby Allin to the world. Allin will be making his AEW debut this Saturday and for the majority of fans watching, it will be their first time seeing him compete.


Hangman Page vs Jungle Boy vs Jimmy Havoc vs MJF

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Hangman Page is on his way to competing for the AEW Championship at All Out. However, he faces a pretty big speed bump on that road in the form of this match at Fyter Fest. Page originally wanted MJF one on one, but some bad cell service led to Jimmy Havoc and Jungle Boy being added to the festivities. We still expect the man who could become AEW's first World Champion to emerge victorious, though.

Christopher Daniels vs Cima

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A big show needs a strong opening match, and there was none stronger than SoCal Uncensored versus Strong Hearts at Double Or Nothing. Unhappy with his team's loss, after the match, Cima challenged SCU's Christopher Daniels to a singles match at Fyter Fest. Daniels accepted, and on Saturday we will have the opportunity to watch these two veterans do what they do best.


Yuza Sakazaki vs Riho vs Nyla Rose

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Other than the reveal of the AEW Title, there has been no official word on what other championships will be up for grabs in AEW. However, the promotion's president Tony Khan has revealed that there will be singles and tag championships in AEW's women's division. Since these women are the only three females competing on the Fyter Fest card, a win in this one could go a long way to making sure they hold one of those titles.

Best Friends vs SCU vs Private Party

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Amid all the praise for Double Or Nothing, one of the things that came under fire was its kickoff show, the Buy In. The point of the Buy In is to get any fans on the fence to purchase the PPV show. Even though Fyter Fest is free to fans in the US, AEW clearly isn't messing around with its Buy In show this time. These three teams will put on an unmissable match, and the winner could earn themselves a first-round bye in the upcoming tag tournament.

Michael Nakazawa vs Alex Jebaily

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The other match on the Buy In show might not be quite as technically proficient. You might recognize Michael Nakazawa from Double Or Nothing's battle royal, but who's the other guy. Alex Jebaily is the organizer of CEO, the fighting game event AEW has partnered up with for Fyter Fest. Suffice to say this won't be the match of the night, but since it's a hardcore affair, we could see some pretty entertaining spots.


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