AEW shifts into … nah, too easy.
All Elite Wrestling is heading for another seismic shift in its main event scene after this weekend — if what should happen is going to happen in the main event. With “Hangman” Adam Page and Kenny Omega finally getting an opportunity to settle their score, there’s a good chance that Page walks out of the Target Center in Minnesota as the new torchbearer for the company.
Omega and Page started their journey a few years ago, as the duo worked into and out of love as members of the Elite. Now, after losing to the “Best Bout Machine” last year at Full Gear, Hangman has a chance to finally make good and become the face of the brand as he’s been destined to be since Day 1.
Elsewhere on the card, the war of words between American Top Team and The Inner Circle comes to a head, as Chris Jericho leads his band of misfits against the Men of the Year (Scorpio Sky and Ethan Page) and the MMA troupe.
Here’s what you need to know about tonight’s show:
What time is Full Gear on today?
The main card for Full Gear starts at 8 p.m. ET (7 p.m. CT).
In events past, the Buy In pre-show happens in the hour leading up to the event, and usually has one or two undercard matches leading up to the event. No matches for the Buy In have been announced, nor has there been an announcement on a pre-show yet.
How to watch, buy AEW Full Gear
- Watch live: Pay-per-view
- Live stream: B/R Live, FiteTV
As is custom, AEW’s event will be available on PPV and live stream.
In the U.S., you can stream the event on B/R Live (via Bleacher Report app and website). For those overseas, FiteTV will be carrying the international feed of the show.
How much is AEW Full Gear?
- PPV: $49.99
- Live stream: B/R Live ($49.99), FiteTV (International, $19.99)
Full Gear has an AEW-standard PPV price of $49.99.
For those who choose to stream the event, B/R Live will be carrying it for the same price as PPV, at $49.99.
Overseas viewers can catch the grappling action FiteTV for $19.99.