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AEW Forbidden Door 2024: How to Watch the Pay-Per-View Wrestling Event Online  

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AEW Forbidden Door lands on Long Island, New York on Sunday (June 30). The third-annual wrestling event, featuring wrestlers from All Elite Wrestling and New Japan Pro Wrestlers, will take place at USB Arena.

AEW world champion Swerve Strickland and AEW international champion Will Ospreay are set to face off in the main event on Sunday. Other wrestlers taking the ring include Bryan Danielson, Shingo Takagi, Mercedes Mone, Stephanie Vaquer, Chris Jericho and Samoa Joe.

Keep reading for ways to stream AEW Forbidden Door 2024.

Where to Watch AEW Forbidden Door 2024

AEW Forbidden Door is available for purchase ($49.99) on and DAZN. The marquee matchup is scheduled for Sunday, June 30, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

The “buy-in” show, featuring a preview of the big event, starts at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT.

How to Watch AEW Forbidden Door on PPV

It’s $49.99 to order AEW Forbidden Door on The ticket includes replay access.

AEW Forbidden Door

Upgrade to the bundle deal to get an AEW Forbidden Door 2024 T-shirt and access to the live stream for $79.98.

How to Watch on AEW Forbidden Door on DAZN

DAZN subscribers can stream AEW Forbidden Door on the app or online for $49.99.

Not subscribed? The streamer offers wrestling, boxing and other sporting events. Plans start at $19.99/month for a 12-month contract.

AEW Forbidden Door

Alternate ways to stream AEW Forbidden Door: Triller, Bleacher Report and YouTube.

Wrestling fans can kick off the weekend with the latest episode of AEW Rampage airing on TNT on Friday at 10 p.m. and AEW Collision on Saturday at 8 p.m. (stream on DirecTV, Sling TV and Fubo).

See a list of Forbidden Door matches below.

AEW Forbidden Door 2024 Matches

Swerve Strickland and Will Ospreay — AWE World Championship

Jon Moxley vs. Tetsuya Naito — IWGP World Heavyweight Championship

Toni Storm vs. Mina Shirakawa – AEW Women’s World Championship

Mercedes Mone vs. Stephanie Vaquer – TBS Title, NJPW Strong Women’s Championship

Horishi Tanahashi, The Acclaimed vs. The Elie- Trios Match

Bryan Danielson vs. Shingo Takagi – Men’s Tournament Quarterfinal

Orange Cassidy vs. Zack Sabre Jr.

MJF vs. Hechicero

Kris Statlander, Momo Watanabe vs. Willow Nightingale, Tam Nakano

Chris Jericho, Jeff Cobb, Big Bill vs. Samoa Joe, Hook, Katsuyori Shibata

Willow Nightingale, Tam Nakano vs. Kris Statlander Momo Watanabe

Dante Martin, Mark Briscoe, Lio Rush, Jack Perry, Konosuke Takeshita – TNT Ladder Match

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