In this episode of Wrestling Night in America, PWTorch columnist Greg Parks breaks down both nights of WrestleMania with callers and emailers. Topics include the quality of the Firefly Funhouse match, the decision to put Charlotte over Rhea Ripley, the potential of wrestlers getting more creative freedom in the current environment, and more.
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UPDATE: There isn’t a FITE app on PS4. AEW’s “Revolution” PPV can be accessed on PS4 through the Playstation Store or Live Events.
FITE TV announced in a press release today that for the first time, AEW will allow another streaming platform outside of B/R Live to air a PPV, as “Revolution” will be available in the U.S. through the Playstation 4 FITE app for $49.99. PWTorch has been informed that there was an error in the press release that indicated that “Revolution” would cost $19.99 through Playstation 4.
Fans outside of the U.S. can still purchase “Revolution” though FITE TV for $19.99. Nothing has changed in terms of the price point for fans inside the U.S. and globally, as all AEW PPVs have cost $49.99 in the U.S. and $19.99 worldwide.
Radican’s Analysis: A lot of people will be disappointed that “Revolution” will cost $49.99 in the U.S. after FITE’s initial press release indicated the show would cost $19.99 in the U.S. through the FITE app on PS4.
I think it’s always a good move to provide fans with more platforms to watch AEW PPVs on and PS4 owners will now have the option to watch AEW’s PPV this weekend through the FITE app.