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AEW announces full card for two-night Fyter Fest

All Elite Wrestling announced a total of 11 matches which will take place over two episodes of Fyter Fest starting next week on Dynamite.

Five matches will make it on the broadcast on night one, headlined by either the AEW Tag Team or TNT title match while six matches will be on night two, headlined by the AEW World title match. We will be publishing the betting odds if they are made available for this event next week and you can also use the help of the bet Calculator to see your total return and profit.

Night one on July 1 will have Kenny Omega and Hangman Page vs Best Friends for the AEW Tag Team titles, Hikaru Shida vs Penelope Ford for the AEW Women’s title, Cody vs Jake Hager for the TNT title, MJF and Wardlow vs Luchasaurus and Jungle Boy, and Private Party vs Santana and Ortiz.

Night two on July 8 will have Jon Moxley vs Brian Cage for the AEW World title, Chris Jericho vs Orange Cassidy, The Young Bucks and FTR vs Lucha Bros and The Butcher and The Blade, Lance Archer vs Joey Janela, SCU vs The Dark Order, and Nyla Rose in action against an unnamed opponent.

Fyter Fest was originally supposed to take place in London, England and serve as the promotion’s debut in the country. But coronavirus altered all the plans and AEW had to go to plan B. Rather than presenting it as an event on B/R Live like last year, the company opted to instead have it as a two-night event on TNT as special episodes of Dynamite in the latest effort against NXT in the Wednesday night war.

Last year, Fyter Fest was AEW’s second show following the highly successful Double or Nothing pay-per-view and took place from the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, Florida on June 29. The Fyter Fest name was a parody take on Fyre Festival, the fraudulent luxury music festival which was supposed to be held on the island of Exuma in The Bahamas in 2017 and was the subject of a Netflix documentary exposing the fraud behind it by its CEO Billy McFarland.

During Fyter Fest last year, Jon Moxley had his first match under the AEW banner and headlined the show in an unsanctioned match against Joey Janela and the show also featured a fantastic six-man tag team match between Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks against the Lucha Brothers and Laredo Kid.

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