All Elite Wrestling will hit the airwaves with their third major show of 2019 when Fight for the Fallen hits Jacksonville, Florida this Saturday (13 July), and, like Fyter Fest before it, it's gearing up to be a fun night of action.
While not the most stacked card from a workrate perspective, FFTF still carries more than enough intrigue for an event of this size. Going down in the 5,500-capacity Daily's Place (a venue Tony Khan's father, Shahid, helped design), it's roughy on the same scale as Fyter Fest, but while that show was a gaming convention collaboration, this is a charity night. A big portion of the proceedings is to go to victims of gun violence, with Jacksonville's Victim Assistance Advisory Council the chief beneficiaries. Good on AEW for doing this, and shame on WWE by trying to counter this charitable endeavour with an EVOLVE show.
A lineup highlighted by Kenny Omega vs. CIMA and The Young Bucks vs. Cody and Dustin Rhodes should bring major All Out ramifications, though 31 August is still a long way away. Regardless, let's dive into this vital step on the road to Chicago...
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