Get ready for some Cowboy … stuff on Saturday night.
It’s been years of chasing, but “Hangman” Adam Page may finally walk out of the Target Center in Minneapolis with the AEW World Championship around his waist, as he faces off against Kenny Omega for the strap at Full Gear.
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Outside of kayfabe, Hangman’s redemption story has been one of wrestling’s best-told sagas in recent years. With Hangman finally getting the opportunity to exact revenge and prove he belongs, the story between he, Omega and the rest of the Elite will most likely finish its final chapter Saturday.
Elsewhere on the card, the AEW World Tag Team Championship and the Women’s Championship will be on the line in what should be a slobberknocker of an event in Minnesota.
When is AEW Full Gear 2021?
- Date: Saturday, Nov. 13
- Start time: 8 p.m. ET.
AEW Full Gear takes place on Saturday, Nov. 13 from the Target Center in Minneapolis.
The main card for the show airs at 8 p.m. ET (7 p.m. CT).
What time is AEW Full Gear 2021?
- Start time: 8 p.m. ET (main card)
The main card for Saturday night’s show starts at 8 p.m. ET.
It’s unclear whether there will be a Buy In pre-show for the event. In AEW events past, the Buy In pre-show usually aired in the hour leading up to the show, which features hype packages and undercard matches.
AEW Full Gear PPV price
- Price: $49.99
Full Gear will be available on PPV for $49.99, the going rate for most AEW PPV shows.
AEW Full Gear live stream
- Live stream: B/R Live, FiteTV (international)
For those looking to (legally) stream Saturday night’s big show, the show can be streamed on B/R Live for $49.99. The show will be streamed through the Bleacher Report app and website.
For overseas viewers, the show will be available on FiteTV for $19.99.
AEW Full Gear match card
In all, there are eight announced matches for Full Gear 2021, and three of the company’s four major championships will be on the line:
— Kenny Omega (c) vs. “Hangman” Adam Page for the AEW World Championship
— Dr. Britt Baker, DMD (c) vs. Tay Conti for the AEW Women’s World Championship
— Bryan Danielson vs. Miro, AEW World Championship No. 1 contender tournament final
— The Inner Circle vs. Men of the Year and American Top Team
— The Lucha Brothers (c) vs. FTR for the AEW Tag Team Championship
— Darby Allin vs. MJF
— CM Punk vs. Eddie Kingston
— Christian Cage and Jurassic Express vs. Superkliq