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Aew ‘full Gear’ 2020: Start Time, Card And Online Viewing



All Elite Wrestling is set to put on its second-ever Full Gear pay-per-view this weekend, and the landscape of the AEW may change.

Can AEW World Champion Jon Moxley continue his 200-plus-day reign when he takes on Eddie Kingston? Will Darby Allin finally earn a win against Cody and capture the TNT Championship in the process?

Hikaru Shida, the AEW Women’s Champion, will look to cement her place as the best women’s champ in the promotion’s history when she takes on former champion Nyla Rose.

Can the Young Bucks finally capture the tag titles that will prove that they are the best tag team in the world? Or will current champions FTR retain and keep Matt and Nick Jackson from ascending to the top? Whatever the case, wrestling fans will want to tune in this Saturday for AEW’s Full Gear pay-per-view.

AEW ‘Full Gear’ goes live Saturday, November 7.

What Time Does AEW Full Gear Start?

Full Gear begins Saturday, November 7, at 7 p.m. EST with a pre-show. The main card starts at 8 p.m. EST.

How to Watch AEW’s Full Gear Buy-In Online

All Elite Wrestling’s pre-shows will have at least one featured match. The promotion has changed the Buy-In.

The promotion will feature the NWA Women’s Championship as the champ Serena Deeb will take on Allysin Kay for the title.

Fans looking to watch the free Buy-In pre-show can do so by going to B/R Live, or by watching it on the official All Elite Wrestling YouTube page.

How to Watch AEW Full Gear Online

B/R Live will host this year’s Full Gear event on its streaming service for $49.99. The service is also available on iOS and Android devices. Roku, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV also support B/R Live. For international customers, Fite TV will host the AEW pay-per-view.

The B/R Live app is only available on Xbox One gaming consoles, not on PS4. Fans can also download the app on iOS and Android mobile devices. The following connected devices also carry the B/R Live app:

  • Roku Express, Roku Premiere, Roku Stick, Roku Ultra
  • Apple TV—4th Generation and up
  • Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Cube
  • Android TV

If you have cable, Direct TV, Dish or another major cable provider, those will provide AEW Full Gear through traditional pay-per-view models. Check with your cable provider for more details.

AEW Full Gear Card

There are nine matches set for Full Gear this weekend. All of the titles are up for grabs while the NWA will have a spotlight match on the pre-show and a few feuds will likely see their end on Saturday.

Here’s the full card for this year’s Full Gear pay-per-view:

  • Jon Moxley (c) vs Eddie Kingston – AEW World Championship Match
  • Hikaru Shida (c) vs Nyla Rose – AEW Women’s Championship Match
  • Cody (c) vs Darby Allin – TNT Championship Match
  • FTR (c) vs The Young Bucks – AEW Tag Team Championship Match
  • Kenny Omega vs Adam “Hangman” Page – AEW World Championship Tournament Final
  • Chris Jericho vs MJF
  • Matt Hardy vs Sammy Guevara – Ultimate Deletion
  • Orange Cassidy vs John “4” Silver
  • Serena Deeb (c) vs Allysin Kay – NWA Women’s Championship Match (Buy-In)

Which match are you looking forward to the most? Let us know in the comments section.



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