AEW Pay-per-view Schedule 2023: When Is The Next AEW PPV?

AEW Pay-per-view Schedule 2023 has been released. All Elite Wrestling has emerged as one of the top competitors for WWE in the recent past. Tony Khan has led his roster well, and the company’s weekly shows Dynamite and Rampage have secured a core fan base of around 1 million in the United States alone.

Unlike WWE, AEW does not conduct pay-per-view events on a monthly basis. AEW does organize special episodes of Dynamite and Rampage frequently, but the number of pay-per-views are four only. In this article now, we will look at the planned events of AEW Pay-per-view schedule 2023 with date and venue details.

AEW pay-per-view Full Schedule for 2023

  1. Battle of the Belts V, January 6 – Portland, Oregon.
  2. Beach Break, February 2023 – TBC.
  3. AEW Revolution PPV, March 5 – Chase Center, San Francisco, California.
  4. Battle of the Belts VI, April 7 – Kingston, Rhode Island.
  5. AEW Double or Nothing PPV, May – TBC.
  6. Fight for the Fallen, July 2023, TBC.
  7. AEW All Out PPV, September – Hoffman Estates, Illinois.
  8. AEW Full Gear PPV, November – TBC.
  9. Winter is Coming, December – TBC.
  10. Holiday Bash, December 20 – TBC.

When is AEW Revolution 2023?

AEW’s next PPV is titled Revolution. It will take place on March 5, 2023 at the Chase Center in San Francisco of California. Fans should note that this will be the company’s first PPV in California. MJF vs. Bryan Danielson for the AEW World Championship in a 60 Minute Iron Man match is likely to headline the PPV.


How to watch AEW PPVs?

Fans in the USA will have to buy the pay-per-views just like the old system of WWE. Unlike WWE, AEW does not have its own streaming platform or network yet.

Fans living in India can watch the AEW PPVs live on Eurosport and Eurosport HD. Fans can subscribe to the channel at the cost of INR 4 per month. Live streaming will be available on Discovery Plus website and application.



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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