AEW Battle Of The Belts 2022: Card, Tickets, Time, How To Watch

AEW Battle of the Belts 2022

AEW will kick off the new year in style with its new special event AEW Battle Of The Belts 2022. The event is a one-hour TNT special event and will air live from the Bojangles Coliseum, Charlotte, NC on January 8, 2022. It will be the very first-time AEW will present an event under Battle of the Belts series.

Battle of the Belts was earlier an event under NWA and CWF back in 1986. The concept of the show is inspired by the Clash of Champions event from WCW, which is currently used by WWE.

Britt Baker vs Riho for AEW Women’s Championship is announced for the event. Dustin Rhodes and Sammy Guevara will battle for the interim AEW TNT Championship.

Keep on reading to check the complete details like date, start time, location, match card, how to watch, tickets details & other information on AEW Battle Of The Belts 2022.


Date: 8 January 2022
Time: 8 PM EST/5 PM PST
Location: Bojangles Coliseum, Charlotte, NC, US

United States8 January 20228 PM EST/7 PM Central/5 PM PST
Canada8 January 2022 7 PM CST
United Kingdom9 January 2022 1 AM GMT/1 AM BST
Europe9 January 2022 2 AM CEST
India 9 January 2022 6:30 AM IST
Australia9 January 2022 12 AM AEST
Japan9 January 2022 10 AM JST
Saudi Arabia9 January 2022 4 AM SAST


The tickets for AEW Battle Of The Belts can be checked out below. The ticket price will range from $54 to $1390.


AEW Battle of the Belts is TNT special event and will air in US on TNT Network. In India, the show will air on Eurosport on cable TV and on Discovery Plus streaming service.

The show will be available on Fite TV via AEW Plus subscription. You can subscribe to AEW Plus via below link.


Check out: AEW Battle Of The Belts 2022 Results

1Dustin Rhodes vs Sammy GuevaraInterim AEW TNT Championship MatchSammy Guevara
2Ricky Stark(c) vs Matt SydalFTW Championship MatchRicky Starks
3Britt Baker DMD(c) vs RihoAEW Women’s Championship MatchBritt Baker


November 25, 2021: AEW announced its first-ever Battle Of The Belts event for January 8, 2022.

December 17, 2021: Britt Baker vs Riho is announced for AEW Women’s title.

December 20, 2021: Tony Khan announced that this will be one hour show and all the titles will not be defended on the show.

January 1, 2021: Cody Rhodes said in an interview that he expects big things to happen at Battle of the Belts.

January 3, 2021: Cody Rhodes vs Sammy Guevara match is announced for the event.

January 6, 2021: AEW announced that there will be changes to the card to medical issues.

January 7, 2021: Cody Rhodes is out of the event due to medical protocol. Dustin Rhodes vs Sammy Guevara announced for interim TNT Championship.

January 7, 2021: Ricky Stark vs Matt Sydal announced with FTW title on the line.

One Comment

  1. First of all, it’s a Saturday night. If AEW drew 400,000 it would be a massive success. Dynamite and Rampage have both been huge successes for TNT, when you compare cost to return. The reason people say WWE’s ratings are a failure, even though they are higher than AEW, is because they are getting paid a crap ton more for those TV shows. FOX expected over 3 million and are getting 2. That’s a failure.

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