All Elite Wrestling's 'Fyter Fest' will be broadcast live this Saturday night, June 29th, from 1am only on Fite.TV in the UK and Ireland in partnership with ITV Box Office.
The event, taking place inside the Daytona Beach Ocean Center, in Daytona Beach, Florida, during the CEO Fighting Game Championships, is the follow-up show to last month's hugely successful 'Double Or Nothing' PPV.
The live PPV event begins at 1am on FiteTV with the free-to-air pre-show, the 'BUY IN', available to watch from 12.30am on All Elite Wrestling's YouTube channel.
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With AEW's wrestling revolution set to continue tomorrow night, we take a look at the full match card for this exciting event.
SCU vs Best Friends vs Private Party (BUY IN):
After coming out on top against OWE's representatives at Double Or Nothing, Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky of SoCal Uncensored will take on the Best Friends (Trent Beretta & Chuck Taylor) and Private Party (Marq Quen & Isiah Kassidy) in a three-way tag team match.
A great way to pique the interest of fans tuning in to the pre-show, the winners of this match will advance to ALL OUT on August 31st for an opportunity at a first round bye in the AEW World Tag Team Championship Tournament.
Michael Nakazawa vs Alex Jebailey (BUY IN):
With Fyter Fest taking place during the CEO Fighting Game Championships, the founder of said event, Alex Jebailey looks to impress wrestling fans by showing us all what he's capable of between the ropes when he takes on the slippery Michael Nakazawa in a hardcore match.
As to how "hardcore" this match will be during the free pre-show, will remain to be seen!
Christopher Daniels vs CIMA:
Having forged a reputation around the world as one of the greatest of all time, Daniels was more than complimentary when he spoke about introducing his opponent, Japanese veteran, CIMA, to a mainstream western audience.
The experience and raw talent of both of these men could see this contest as an early contender for match of the night.
Yuka Sakazaki vs Riho vs Nyla Rose:
The dynamic women's roster of AEW will be on show tomorrow night when "the beast", Nyla Rose, takes on the incredibly talented and resilient Joshi wrestlers, Yuka Sakazaki and Riho.
Heading into this match, AEW's Chief Brand Officer, Brandi Rhodes, had nothing but praise for all three women, going on record to say that Nyla Rose is "the one to beat" in this video on the ITV Wrestling YouTube channel.
"Hangman" Adam Page vs Jungle Boy vs Jimmy Havoc vs MJF:
All four of these men featured in the 'Casino Battle Royale' at Double Or Nothing with "Hangman" Page ultimately coming out the victor to claim the prize of a spot in the first-ever AEW World Championship match where he will face Chris Jericho at ALL OUT.
Before then, he has the small issue of getting past three other men, including British wrestler, Jimmy Havoc, who some of you might be familiar with for his infamous "death matches" on the independent scene.
Cody vs Darby Allin:
After seeing off his brother Dustin at Double Or Nothing, the Executive Vice President of AEW, Cody, looks to continue his winning ways when he takes on the debuting Darby Allin.
Cody will be more than aware of what his opponent is capable of but the sheer intensity that Darby Allin has within the ring could prove to be too much by the time the referee counts to three.
The Elite vs Lucha Bros and Laredo Kid:
The Lucha Bros, who recently reclaimed their AAA World Tag Team Championship from the Young Bucks in Mexico, will be teaming up with Laredo Kid to take on The Elite (The Young Bucks and Kenny Omega).
As seen in the most recent episode of Being The Elite, the loss of the tag titles has proven to be a bitter pill to swallow for The Young Bucks who will be looking to use this six-man tag team match alongside their Elite partner, Kenny Omega, as a chance to set things right.
Jon Moxley vs Joey Janela:
Since making a shock appearance at Double Or Nothing, all eyes have been on Jon Moxley ahead of his debut match with Joey Janela tomorrow night.
In a statement released this week, AEW has decided to make this contest a "non-sanctioned" match:
"Due to both competitors' propensity for violence and the statements coming from both camps, AEW has decided to strip this match of all rules. This is a non-sanctioned match."
In just a few words, AEW has managed to further increase the intrigue surrounding the debut of Jon Moxley.
For live updates of all the results from Fyter Fest tomorrow night, head to @ITVWrestling on Twitter.