Like Fyter Fest, Fight for the Fallen, next AEW’s event, was announced to be aired live on B/R Live for free in Canada and the USA. And like Fyter Fest, Fight for The Fallen will be available in the UK and Ireland through FITE TV. The show will be available in the UK for £8.99, in Ireland for €9.99, and $12,99 internationally, respectively. The show is already available for preorder on FITE TV here.

Fight For The Fallen will take place in Daily’s Place Amphitheater at TIAA Bank Field at 7.30 p.m. ET on Saturday, July 13 (12.30 AM BST the next day), just a few feet from where AEW was first introduced to the world in January. Proceeds from the gate will benefit Jacksonville’s Victim Assistance Advisory Council (VAAC), which coordinates cooperative efforts among social service, criminal justice, mental health and other agencies to provide assistance to crime victims and their families.

The regional law firm Farah & Farah has been named Presenting Sponsor of the upcoming Fight For The Fallen event in Jacksonville. With 15 offices throughout Florida and Georgia, Farah & Farah has been supporting and protecting families in the region for the past 40 years. This integrated sponsorship includes cross-promotional activities with AEW talent, customized co-branded graphics, signage on the ring apron and in-venue, and a variety of digital and social media activations.

Here’s the card of Fight for the Fallen, as of today. More matches are set to be announced in the coming days.

  • Cody & Dustin Rhodes vs The Young Bucks
  • Kenny Omega vs CIMA
  • Allie vs Brandi Rhodes
  • Adam Page vs Kip Sabian
  • Chris Jericho set to appear

Fight for The Fallen will be the last AEW event until All Out, on August 31, from the same Sears Centre of Chicago that welcomed the sold-out All In last year. Starrcast III convention has also officially been announced, from Thursday, August 29 to Sunday, September 1 at Hyatt Regency Schaumburg, Chicago, with a special All Out Press Conference on August 29. Two matches have already been set for All Out, including the crowning of the first-ever AEW World Champion.

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