AEW Worlds End will close out what has been a huge year for professional wrestling.
2023 has been an amazing year in professional wrestling, and there are still a few weeks left. The madness will not stop, especially with AEW Worlds End coming up to close out the year. This is the company’s inaugural event and with so much happening in the industry, fans should be expected to see some big developments within AEW for this show.
AEW Worlds End is scheduled for Saturday, December 30. The event will hail from the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York. The show was announced on October 25, and ticket sales started on November 3. As of November 22, WrestleTix has reported that 1,292 tickets are available, with 6,025 distributed to date.
The central angle for Worlds End will hinge on MJF as the AEW World Champion. He looks to battle back Samoa Joe once again, while the wrestling industry focuses on who is The Devil and that group that continues to haunt him.
AEW Worlds End Match Listing (Card subject to change)
- MJF versus Samoa Joe in a singles match for the AEW World Championship
- Eddie Kingston versus Jon Moxley in the Championship Final of the AEW Continental Classic tournament for the inaugural Triple Crown Championship – ROH World Championship, NJPW Strong Openweight Championship, and the AEW Continental Championship
- Hook versus Wheeler Yuta in a FTW Rules match for the FTW Championship
- Julia Hart versus Abadon in a singles match for the AEW TBS Championship
- Toni Storm versus Riho in a singles match for the AEW Women's World Championship
- Big Bill, Ricky Starks, Kyle Fletcher, and Powerhouse Hobbs versus Chris Jericho, Sammy Guevara, Sting, and Darby Allin in an eight-man tag team match for the AEW World Tag Team Championship
- Christian Cage versus Adam Copeland in a No-DQ match for the AEW TNT Championship
- 20-Man Battle Royale for future AEW TNT Championship match
- Swerve Strickland versus Keith Lee in a singles match
- Miro versus Andrade in a singles match