AEW Fyter Fest 2019

This year’s Fyter Fest will take place at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, Florida on June 29. The preshow will begin at 4 PM PST (7 PM EST / 12 AM BST) with the main event an hour later. With eight matches in total, we can expect this year’s Fyter Fest to last for at least a couple of hours. Below, we’ll let you know how to live stream AEW Fyter Fest 2019 abroad, free of charge.

You should note that we’ll only be recommending official sources. While you may be able to find third-party streams for this event, we strongly advise against using them. The video tends to be laggy and low-quality, and these streams can be taken down for copyright violation at any moment, there’s no guarantee you’ll get to see who wins. Fyter Fest is available for free online anyway, so there’s nothing to gain by using unauthorized streams.

AEW Fyter Fest will only air on region-locked platforms. This means that to watch from abroad, you’ll need a VPN.

How to stream Fyter Fest 2019 from abroad

Never used a VPN before? It’s actually very easy to unblock regionally-restricted services from abroad. Just follow the steps below to watch Fyter Fest live, wherever you are in the world:

  1. Start by signing up for a VPN if you haven’t already. We recommend ExpressVPN, although NordVPN and CyberGhost are two excellent, low-cost alternatives.
  2. Download and install the VPN app. Most offer a selection of apps for different systems so be sure to get the appropriate version for your device.
  3. Connect to one of your VPN’s American servers if you’re trying to unblock B/R Live, or a European server for Fite.
  4. Try playing a video on your chosen service. There shouldn’t be any issues but if you see an error (such as B/R Live’s “This website is not available in your territory, but occasionally we’ll stream events internationally”), clear your cookies and cache and try again.

Fyter Fest will be shown live, which is why we recommend making sure your VPN works well in advance. This approach ensures that if there are any problems, you’ll still have time to get help from your VPN’s customer support team. This also means you’re far less likely to miss the first fight due to technical difficulties.

How to watch AEW Fyter Fest for free on US TV

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American AEW fans can stream the entire Fyter Fest including the pre-show for free on B/R Live. You will have to create an account first but this only takes a second and just requires you to enter your email address. It’s worth mentioning that this service won’t let you watch anything if you’re using an ad-blocker.

B/R Live is geo-restricted and only available in the US. However, you can access it from abroad by connecting to a US VPN server. Still don’t have a VPN? Why not take advantage of ExpressVPN’s 30-day money-back guarantee? This will allow you to stream Fyter Fest risk-free, and if you’re unsatisfied or don’t need a VPN afterwards, you can cancel for a full refund.

Where else can I watch Fyter Fest live online?

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Unfortunately, if you’re outside of the US and can’t unblock B/R Live, you won’t be able to watch Fyter Fest for free. Instead, wrestling fans in the UK, Canada, Australia, and Europe will have to buy a fight pass on Fite. This costs £8.99 in the UK and $9.99 USD elsewhere. Once the event is over, you can watch replays as many times as you like for the next 24 hours.

The pre-show won’t be available on Fite, but don’t worry: you can stream it live on AEW’s official YouTube channel. This likely won’t be geo-restricted but Fite is, so if you’ve bought a fight pass and travelled to the US, you’ll need a VPN to watch.

2019 AEW Fyter Fest: full card

EventFixtureMatch Type
Pre-showSCU vs. Private Party vs. Best FriendsThree-way tag
Michael Nakazawa vs. JebaileyHardcore
Main EventChristopher Daniels vs. CIMAStandard
Yuka Sakazai vs. Riho vs. Nyla RoseTriple threat
Adam Page vs. MJF vs. Jingle Boy vs. Jimmy HavocFatal Four-way
Cody vs. Darby AllinStandard
Jon Moxley vs. Joey JanelaStandard
Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks vs. Pentagon Jr, Fenix, and Laredo KidSix-man tag

Which wrestlers are expected to win?

The tag match between SCU, Private Party, and Best Friends is one of the biggest fixtures of this event. The winners get to skip the first round of the AEW World Tag Team Tournament, and stand a better chance of taking the title overall. So who’s most likely to win? SCU are the obvious choice since the others tend to prioritize playing for the crowd, but who knows, perhaps we’ll see a surprising win for Best Friends or Private Party.

In the past, the Young Bucks have beaten Pentagon Jr and Fenix twice and lost to them once. Kenny Omega and Laredo Kid should bring some extra fireworks to the upcoming match, but really, the question is whether this feud ends here, or continues until Fight for the Fallen in July. Either way, we can expect an exciting match, and luckily, you’ll be able to watch it all live online.