How to watch All Elite Wrestling (AEW) live in Australia
A newcomer to the world of professional wrestling, the action-packed AEW has made a significant impact in a short period of time. This is how you can get on board.
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Boasting a roster of well-known wrestlers such as ex-WWE superstars Cody Rhodes, Jon Moxley and Chris Jericho. Plus some emerging stars from the independent scene including Kenny Omega, "Hangman" Adam Page and The Young Bucks.
AEW has quickly gained momentum and is giving the established WWE a run for its money.
What is AEW?
AEW is a wrestling promotion founded in the US in 2019. AEW Dynamite is its flagship program, a two-hour show televised weekly around the world.
How to watch AEW Dynamite in Australia
In Australia, the rights to broadcast AEW Dynamite are held by FITE TV. A website dedicated to a range of combat sports, FITE.TV can be accessed a variety of ways.
Stream AEW Dynamite on FITE.TV
FITE.TV broadcasts all of AEW's pay-per-view events and weekly shows in Australia and is similar to the WWE Network. There are 5 different subscription options for FITE.TV starting with FITE+, which costs US $4.99/month or US $49.99 for an annual pass and comes with a 7-day free trial.
Though if you're solely after AEW then there's the AEW Plus subscription which costs US $7.99/month and comes with a 7-day free trial.
FITE.TV can be streamed on iOS and Android devices, Apple TV, Chromecast, gaming consoles and more. We have put together a full review of FITE TV for you here, including a breakdown of all the subscription options and wrestling promotions on offer.
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Image source: FITE TV website
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