AEW battle for the fallen: Result and recap
Fight for the Fallen is All Elite Wrestling’s third show underneath the AEW banner and is regular for this Sabbatum in point of entry.
While the AEW superstars will be there to entertain attendees and all who watch at home, the proceeds will flow to the victims of gun violence. The event was held in association with the Victim Assistance Advisory Council in Jacksonville, which “coordinates collaboration between social services, criminal justice, mental health and other organizations to help victims of crime and their families.”
The show is not only a fundraiser, but also offers the opportunity to publicize AEW stories for the All-Out event in August and beyond that the weekly program that will be released by TNT this autumn.
If you want to see Fight for the Fallen, you’ll find everything you need to know here.
WHAT TIME DOES YOU TAKE FOR THE START?
Fight for the Fallen will be giving a pre-show on Saturday, July 13 at 19:30. EDT with the main card from 20:30 o’clock SUMMER TIME.
HOW TO FIGHT FOR THE FALL BUY-IN ONLINE
To watch the fight for the fallen before the show, fans can go to B / R Live or watch him on All Elite Wrestling’s official YouTube page.
So far, only the following has been confirmed for the buy-in:
Sonny Kiss against Peter Avalon (with Leva Bates)
HOW TO FIGHT ONLINE FOR THE FALLS MAIN CARD
The Fight for the Fallen main card runs on B / R Live via its streaming service. The event is free to viewers in the US. The service is also available for iOS and Android devices, Roku, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV.
There is currently no app for B / R Live on game consoles. You must therefore follow the above methods to see them.
If you’re outside the US, you can watch Fight for the Fallen on Fite TV. It will not be free though.
Fite TV offers apps for iOS and Android, as well as game consoles like PS4 and Xbox One. Fans can also watch AEW broadcasts on Fite TV via Roku, Apple TV, Android TV and Chromecast.
The second event of all elite wrestling called “Fight for the Fallen” now has an official venue and date, as announced by The Young Bucks.
Matt and Nick Jackson announced in the final episode of Being the Elite that the event will be held July 13 at the Daily’s Place Amphitheater in Jacksonville.
According to the Daily’s Place website The amphitheater has 5,500 seats.
The venue is connected to the south end of TIAA Bank Field where the Jaguars play. As you probably already know, the owners of the team also own AEW.