DAZN is gearing up for a big year of sports, with All Elite Wrestling kicking off next Monday 28th May. With matches being shown on either DAZN or ITVX, it looks like DAZN is in the market for the AEW PPV (pay-per-view) offerings. The schedule is as follows: AEW Double or Nothing on 28th May, AEW x NJPW: Forbidden Door on 25th June, AEW All In on 27th August, and AEW All Out on 3rd September. With AEW Double or Nothing setting PPV back £16.99 to watch the event live.


For more information, here's how to watch AEW on TV.

As well as AEW, DAZN boasts MMA, wrestling, and women's football matches, as well as boxing, the sport the channel is probably best known for. Some upcoming fights include Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz: Fight Night on 5th August, and Edwards vs. Campos: Fight Night on 10th June this year.

One of the best things about DAZN is that you can get your sports fix anytime, anywhere as you can stream live and on-demand matches on your TV, smartphone, computer, console and more. DAZN is compatible with Samsung, LG, and Sony TVs, Xbox and PlayStation consoles, and it's available to download on the Apple App Store and Google Play.

Let's find out how you can stream DAZN in the UK today.

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What is DAZN?

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DAZN is an English company, which started in London back in 2016, and it's a multi-sport online streaming service which broadcasts live and on-demand events in over 200 countries around the world.

Since its formation, DAZN has acquired bespoke rights to sporting events for each territory. DAZN boasts a series of deals including one to broadcast Premier League games and the NFL in Canada, and to show Japanese J1 League action across the globe. However, DAZN's main success is broadcasting combat sports.

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Anthony Joshua fights are among those to be shown on DAZN after the streaming service signed a deal with Eddie Hearn's Matchroom Sport in 2018. Bellator MMA events are also shown in the US, and one of DAZN's biggest coups was tying down Canelo Alvarez to a monster 11-fight, five-year deal worth $365m.

Similarly, the UK expansion has focused heavily on boxing. DAZN announced a five-year deal with Misfits Boxing, which cemented the site as one of the world's best destinations for crossover boxing. UK subscribers can also watch Premium Boxing and Professional Fighters League, too. We have no doubt DAZN will continue to expand its content in the coming years.

Sign-up to DAZN from £9.99 per month

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How to watch DAZN in the UK

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You can subscribe to DAZN on the DAZN website, and there are three plans to choose from: the Monthly Saver which will set you back £9.99 per month, Flexible Pass which is £19.99 per month and allows you to pay monthly and cancel with 30 days' notice, and Annual Super Saver which is £99 upfront for the whole year. AEW Double or Nothing PPV, which is being streamed live on Monday 29th May, is £16.99.

You can watch DAZN via a range of devices including laptops, smartphones and tablets. DAZN is compatible with smart TVs, too, and these will allow you to stream the service effortlessly to soak up all the drama on the big screen. For TVs such as Sky Q, you can find your DAZN app easily in the apps section of the Sky Q menu.

Included in your DAZN subscription is a whole host different sports, as well as documentaries, features and shows.

Is DAZN free with Amazon Prime Video?

Unfortunately, DAZN isn't free with Amazon Prime Video, but it is available as an add-on. To get started, you need an Amazon Prime Video account and a DAZN account, then add DAZN as an app.

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