It’s nearly time for All Elite Wrestling’s (AEW) second major PPV of the year, All Out.
Tickets sold out faster than you can say “it’ll never be as big as WWE”, so now many fans will be wondering how on earth they’re going to be able to watch the show.
Thankfully, we’ve got you covered with this handy guide to how you can watch All Out on August 31.
US viewers, much like with AEW Double or Nothing in May, will be able to watch on Bleacher Report’s streaming service B/R Live for the hefty price of $50. If you’re feeling less rich, then you can also watch it on the excellent FITE TV (if you have a VPN) for a much more manageable price of $20.
The pre-show will start at 7pm ET or 4pm PT, and the main show starts an hour later at 8pm ET or 5pm PT.
Like our friends in the US, UK fans can catch All Out on FITE TV, but instead of America money, you’ll be using pounds, 14.95 of them to be exact, because the show will cost you £14.95 to stream.
Alternatively, you can check out ITV Box Office, who will also be streaming the show for £14.95, so it doesn’t really matter which one you pick really. I’m sure whatever choice you make will be the right one.
The pre-show for UK viewers starts at Midnight, with the main show starting at 1am on Sunday (September 1).
FITE TV is streaming the show all over the world for your country’s equivalent of $20. For example, in Turkmenistan, that’s about 85 Manat, and in Burkina Faso, that’s 11,830 West African Francs.
In all seriousness, to check how much that is in your local currency, click here for a handy currency converter.
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