Everything You Need to Know About AEW Full Gear: Date, Time, Location, Match Card

Published 11/18/2023, 11:30 AM EST

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AEW is back again with their last PPV of the year. Full Gear 2023 is just a few hours away. With the wrestling event so close to hour-zero, we give you the nitty gritty around the event before you are ready to hop on in front of your screens to watch the PPV.

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Tony Khan‘s newly acquired ex-WWE stars Adam Copeland and Ric Flair will also be there to add their spice to the show. Without further ado, let’s get into the important details regarding the event.

When and where is Full Gear event taking place?


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AEW Full Gear is all set to emanate from Los Angeles, California at the Kia Forum on November 19. There will be a pre-show card that is slated to begin at 7 P.M. ET. However, the main card, which will be televised, won’t start until an hour later, at 8 P.M. EDT.

This brings us to the topic of how to catch up with the PPV if you don’t have a ticket to the live event happening in Los Angeles.


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Where to stream the PPV at home?

For their regular shows, AEW’s streaming rights are distributed to several streaming services. However, if you reside in the United States and wish to stream Full Gear 2023 from home, you would need to subscribe to a specific service for the PPV.

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Residents of the US can order on BR Live. People elsewhere can catch it on DAZN or FITE. However, people residing in Canada can also get access to the show on ‘PPV.com’.

Match card for Full Gear 2023

The event is all set with a total of nine matches for the night. Amusingly for fans, six out of the total cards are going to be title bouts.

ROH World Tag Team Championship: The Gunns will wrestle MJF alongside an unannounced wrestler (Pre-show)

AEW Women’s World Championship: Hikaru Shida vs Toni Storm

AEW International Championship: Orange Cassidy vs Jon Moxley

Tag Team Match: The Golden Jets (Chris Jericho & Kenny Omega) vs The Young Bucks

Six-Man Tag: Sting, Darby Allin, and Adam Copeland, with Ric Flair in their corner vs Christian Cage, Luchasaurus, and Nick Wayne

Texas Death Match: “Hangman” Adam Page vs Swerve Strickland vs Prince Nana

AEW TBS Championship: Kris Statlander (c), Julia Hart, Skye Blue

AEW World Tag Team Championship: Ricky Starks and Big Bill vs La Facción Ingobernable (Rush and Dralístico) vs FTR (Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler) vs Kings of The Black Throne (Malakai Black and Brody King)


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AEW World Championship: MJF vs Jay White

What else to expect at AEW Full Gear?

Ric Flair could ascend into the squared circle from the ringside to take a bump or two since his doctor has given him allowance for action. Moreover, there are speculations that Ronda Rousey might also appear as she recently showed up for a ROH event, which is owned by AEW.


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Which match card are you most excited to see go down at Full Gear this year? Let us know in the comments below.



Written by:

Kaif Ali


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Kaif Ali is a WWE writer at EssentiallySports and is a massive WWE enthusiast and he won’t have it any other way. Confused about the third person narrative? Well, what can you expect from someone who grew as a fan of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. I am also a John Cena fan and follow his “Never Give Up” mantra when it comes to my daily work life.
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Sherjeel Malik




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