AEW Dynamite live stream: Match card, start time and how to watch

AEW Dynamite live stream
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AEW Dynamite live stream start time

AEW Dynamite is live, having kicked off at approx. 6:30 p.m. ET, half an hour after they were scheduled to start.
Next week's episode airs on Thursday (Aug. 27) at 8 p.m. ET & PT.
Other scheduling changes: on Sept. 16, there will be a 1-hour Dynamite episode following the NBA game.
On the following night (Sept. 17), Dynamite will air at 8 p.m. ET & PT.

Yes, AEW Dynamite live streams are at a different time this week, thanks to TNT's deal with the NBA, whose playoffs are happening right now. But AE-dub is rewarding your loyalty (join The Dark Order) by giving us a pretty cool show on Saturday that features Orange Cassidy's first in-ring interview ever

The most prominent match on this Saturday's AEW Dynamite is Cody defending the TNT Championship against Mr. Brodie Lee. Will the bleach blonde champ use this moment to be a bit coy and declare any ill will towards Vince McMahon, who Lee is clearly riffing on?

Elsewhere on the card, FTR's Cash Wheeler and Dax Hardwood (fresh out of their turn to be obvious baddies last week), will take on Private Party (Isiah Kassidy and Marq Quen). 

There's also a 6-man tag between The Elite (Omega and The Bucks) vs The Dark Order's less-successful half of Reynolds, Silver and Angels. Darby Allin is also scheduled to have a match.

What's missing, obviously, is the AEW Women's Division. The company gets properly lambasted for the lack of time it gives to the women wrestlers, and that needs to change soon. 

And while NXT TakeOver XXX live streams will be running against the 2nd hour of Dynamite, I'll be switching over to AEW if the Ladder Match on TakeOver airs in that hour, as I've got no interest in seeing the newly returned Velveteen Dream. Especially if the Orange Cassidy interview is in that hour.

Here's everything you need to watch the AEW Dynamite live streams:

AEW Dynamite card and predictions

Predicted winners are in bold.

  • Cody (c) vs Brodie Lee for the TNT Championship
  • Orange Cassidy's first-ever in-ring interview
  • Darby Allin in action against TBA opponent
  • The Lucha Bros. & The Butcher & The Blade vs Jurassic Express (Luchasaurus & Jungle Boy) & The Natural Nightmares (Dustin Rhodes & QT Marshall)
  • The Nightmare Sisters (Brandi Rhodes & Allie) vs Diamante & Ivelisse
  • MJF will give an update on his campaign to dethrone Jon Moxley
  • The Elite (Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks) vs The Dark Order (Alex Reynolds, John Silver and Alan Angels)
  • FTR vs Private Party

How to watch AEW Dynamite live streams online with a VPN

While the TNT network is widely available on cable, there's a chance and quite affordable, there's a chance you won't be able to watch AEW where you are. So, you might want to check out a VPN. 

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AEW Dynamite live streams in the US

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AEW Dynamite live streams in the UK

Those in the UK watch AEW Dynamite online with Fite TV as a part of Fite TV's AEW Plus subscription, which grants access to past and live episodes of the wrestling show.

Americans abroad in the UK who already pay for a streaming service such as Sling TV should check out a VPN such as ExpressVPN, to tune in live and not miss a moment — and not need to buy another streaming service.

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Henry T. Casey
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