AEW Full Gear 2019 – Live TV Coverage on ITV Box Office & FITE TV

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AEW Full Gear 2019 – Live TV Coverage on ITV Box Office & FITE TV

All Elite Wrestling will host their Full Gear pay-per-view event this Saturday (9th November) at the Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, Maryland.

The event will be shown live on ITV Box Office for viewers in the UK, and streaming live via FITE TV.

The buy In will be shown on ITV4 from midnight before the main show kicks-off at 1am.

Eight matches have been confirmed so far, including:

AEW World Title Match
Cody Rhodes vs. Chris Jericho (c)

AEW Women’s World Title Match
Emi Sakura vs. Riho (c)

Triple Threat for the AEW World Tag Team Titles
The Lucha Bros vs. Private Party vs. SoCal Uncensored (c)

Unsanctioned Lights Out Match
Jon Moxley vs. Kenny Omega

Singles Match
PAC vs. “Hangman” Adam Page

Tag Team Match
Santana and Ortiz vs. The Young Bucks

Singles Match
Joey Janela vs. Shawn Spears with Tully Blanchard

The Buy In Pre-show
Britt Baker vs. Bea Priestley

The event is priced at £14.95/€17.95. To watch on Sky, go to and register or sign in if you already have an ITV Box Office account.

To purchase using your Virgin box, select: ON Demand > live events then press the red button. Choose the event and select ok, then follow the onscreen instructions.

And over on FITE TV, click this link and register or sign in to purchase AEW Full Gear.

Updated on Saturday 9 November 2019 by @TVNewsroom

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