AEW House Always Wins non-televised live event tonight in Jacksonville

All Elite Wrestling will present its first ever non-televised live event tonight from Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida. The event is held as thousands of wrestling fans are in the state of Florida for this weekend’s WrestleMania.

Jacksonville is around a three hour trip from Tampa by car but with limited number of indie events going on around the area due to the lack of international visitors, AEW gambled with their House Always Wins event. Only around 100 tickets remain for the show, making it a success.

The card includes The Young Bucks and Brandon Cutler vs Death Triangle; Kenny Omega and Michael Nakazawa vs The Sydal Brothers; Cody Rhodes vs. Aaron Solow in a street fight; Eddie Kingston vs. Cezar Bononi; Hikaru Shida, Tay Conti and Red Velvet vs. Nyla Rose, Britt Baker and The Bunny; The Pinnacle vs. Jurassic Express and Dante Martin; a 12-man battle royal with the winner facing Darby Allin for the TNT title; and Orange Cassidy and Jade Cargill also in action.

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