AEW Wrestling launched its first-ever event as Double or Nothing went to air on Sunday night (May 26th).

Known as All Elite Wrestling, AEW successfully showcased the talent of their wrestling roster for the very first time.

But now fans have got a flavour for the brand new wrestling brand, how can they watch more? Here’s how to watch AEW Wrestling in the UK.

Screenshot 2019: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofMTsd3LtmU&feature=youtu.be

Screenshot 2019: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofMTsd3LtmU&feature=youtu.be

When are the AEW shows?

Currently, there are six key dates to jot down in your big wrestling calendar.

Updates on the exact dates of events will be added shortly, so hang tight and subscribe to Reality Titbit.

Once we hit October 2019, weekly television shows should kick into action.

  • May 25th – Double Or Nothing at the MGM Grand Arena, Las Vegas
  • June 29th – Fyter Fest at Daytona Beach
  • July 13th – Fight for the Fallen in Jacksonville
  • August – RUMOURED – Unnamed show in the UK
  • September – Rumoured show
  • October – Weekly television starts

How to watch AEW Wrestling in the UK

Weekly AEW shows will air on ITV4!

Although there no exact confirmation of when the shows will begin, it has been confirmed that ITV will air weekly shows from the new wrestling brand.

Company founder and CEO, Tony Khan, said of ITV:

They were the first partner we could have chosen. The people at ITV are phenomenal. When I first went to them with this idea, I didn’t actually have anything yet. All I had was an idea.

I went to them and I had no wrestlers or you know, really didn’t even officially have a name of a wrestling company, I had an idea. They didn’t buy it, but they liked what I was saying.

Niall Sloane, Director of Sport at ITV, said:

Joining forces with AEW for this event is faithful to ITV’s More Than TV strategy to develop direct relationships with viewers through big events available on its platforms.

Watch OWE from the UK

Additionally, one of China’s premier wrestling promotions, Oriental Wrestling Entertainment (OWE), will broadcast their shows alongside promoting the AEW via UK based streaming platform, NothingElseOn.TV

Anyone can access NothingElseOn.TV with a $4.99 per month contract.

Sean McMahon is the Founder and CEO of Nothing Else and he said

Since launching the channel in July 2018 we’ve attracted some of the best indy wrestling promotions and with our relaunch on 1st February we have tripled the number of promotions that were working with but it doesn’t get any more exciting than Oriental Wrestling Entertainment.

Screenshot 2019: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofMTsd3LtmU&feature=youtu.be

Screenshot 2019: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofMTsd3LtmU&feature=youtu.be

Who is on the AEW roster?

For now, 48 wrestlers have been confirmed for the 2019 AEW roster.

This mixes together wrestlers from the OWE and fresh AEW prospects.

Male: Brandon Cutler, Chris Jericho, Christopher Daniels, Chuckie T, Cima, Cody, Frankie Kazarian, Hangman Adam Page, Jimmy Havoc, Joey Janela, Jungle Boy, Kenny Omega, Kip Sabian, Matt Jackson, Maxwell Jacob, Billy Gunn, Pac,  Pentagon Jr, Ray Fenix, Sammy Guevera, Scorpio Sky, Ace Romero, Michael Nakazawa, Glacier, Darby Allin, Brian Pillman Jr, Trent Barreta.

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – MARCH 30: Chris Jericho attends the 2019 New Jersey Horror Con And Film Festival at Showboat Atlantic City on March 30, 2019 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. (Photo by Bobby Bank/Getty Images)

Female: Aja Kong, Bea Priestly, Brandi Rhodes, Britt Baker, Kylie Rae, Nyla Rae, Nyla Rose, Penelope Ford, Sonny Rose, Allie, Hikaru Shida, Yuka Sakazaki.

 

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