AEW will present Fight for the Fallen on Saturday and while the card might not feature all the top stars, should still be a show worth watching. One of the most anticipated moments of the show will be whatever it is Chris Jericho has to say.
AEW's third named pay-per-view, Fight for the Fallen will take place tomorrow from Daily's Place in Jacksonville, Florida. So far, AEW has presented Double or Nothing, Fyter Fest and promoted another show down the road in August entitled All Out. Fight for the Fallen may be one of the weaker cards AEW put together in terms of star power, but that doesn't make it any less anticipated. Especially when you give Chris Jericho a "live mic."
Jericho will be returning to the AEW ring once again, as it has been announced that he will be hosting a live mic on AEW: Fight for the Fallen PPV.
Jericho recently said on his social media accounts, it's worthing tuning into Fight for the Fallen because the fans 'won't believe' what he has to say.
AEW hasn't elaborated on whatever it is Jericho will say but it sounds like it could be related to his upcoming bout with Jon Moxley at All Out.
Fight for the Fallen will begin at 7:30 pm ET for The Buy In pre-show, and the main card begins at 8:15 pm ET. Fans who aren't sure where to watch it can check it out Bleacher Report Live with a subscription. The event will be presented free of charge.
Saturday's card does feature some of AEW's biggest names, including a tag match where brothers — Cody and Dustin Rhodes — will team up to face arguably the best tag team in the world in The Young Bucks. The card also features one of the best singles wrestlers in the world and an Executive Vice President of AEW, Kenny Omega who will face CIMA. From the Women's Division, Allie will go up against Brandi Rhodes who will be wrestling for the first time on an AEW show.