AEW’s Fight for the Fallen event is set to make a return in 2023 with a trio of events.
In a tweet, Tony Khan revealed that he has changed AEW’s event in the next week to Fight for the Fallen episodes to support Maui, which is currently grappling with destructive fires.
Toni Khan confirmed that AEW Fight for the Fallen 2023 is set for August 16 episode of AEW Dynamite. He also mentioned that the event will progress through the August 18 episode of AEW Rampage and come to an end on the August 19 episode of AEW Collision.
Based on the horrific fires in Maui,— Tony Khan (@TonyKhan) August 11, 2023
I've changed AEW's upcoming schedule to provide assistance.
Next week on Wed/Fri/Sat, it's
AEW Fight For The Fallen 2023 on#AEWDynamite#AEWRampage#AEWCollision
Proceeds from AEW on 8/16 Nashville + 8/19 Lexington will go to @MauiFoodBank.
Toni Khan also mentioned that the earnings that will be generated from the August 16 episode of AEW Dynamite and the August 19 episode of AEW Collision will be directly donated to the Maui Food Bank.
Maui is currently experiencing a challenging period, with a total of 67 lives lost due to the ongoing wildfire situation.
The AEW Fight for the Fallen event is known for its charitable fundraising efforts. The first AEW ight for the Fallen event started in 2019, and they gave all the funds to the victims of gun violence. The 2020 AEW Fight for the Fallen event raised funds for the COVID-19 pandemic.
In 2021, AEW aims to provide support to victims of domestic violence and survivors of sexual assault. The 2022 AEW Fight for the Fallen event raised funds for Oceana for its marine and ocean life.