All you need to know about AEW Worlds End 2023

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AEW Worlds End 2023 marks a monumental homecoming for MJF as he returns to Long Island on December 30th. The Nassau Coliseum, a familiar venue for the AEW World Champion, sets the stage for an intense showdown against Samoa Joe. The event will be broadcasted on BR Live within the U.S. and available on FITE/TrillerTV for viewers outside the country.

This title fight is a highly anticipated rematch from their clash in September, where MJF emerged victorious over Joe. Following MJF’s tag team partner Adam Cole’s unfortunate injury that night, Joe extended his support to MJF, under the condition of a rematch. However, both MJF and Joe, dealing with injuries, now not only face each other but also contend with the looming threat of the mysterious Devil.

The event will also feature the finals of the AEW Continental Classic, culminating in a battle between the Blue League and Gold League winners. This crucial match will determine the inaugural Triple Crown Champion, a title amalgamating the prestige of the ROH World Title, the NJPW Strong Openweight belt, and the newly introduced AEW Continental Title.

Another anticipated rematch on the card is between Christian Cage and Adam Copeland for the AEW TNT Title in a No Disqualification match. Cage clinched the title from Copeland on an episode of AEW Dynamite after an incident involving an attack by Nick Wayne’s mother. This high-stakes match will test the bonds of their friendship in an intense grudge showdown.

Additionally, Big Bill and Ricky Starks will defend the AEW World Tag Team Titles against Chris Jericho and a yet-to-be-announced partner. Originally teaming up with Jericho, Kenny Omega’s absence from the match due to diverticulitis has added an element of uncertainty to this championship bout.

Several other thrilling title fights round out the card, including “Timeless” Toni Storm facing Riho for the AEW Women’s World Title, Julia Hart defending the AEW TBS Title against Abadon, and Hook squaring off against Wheeler Yuta in an FTW Rules match for the FTW Title.

 

When is AEW Worlds End 2023? 

Worlds End begins at 8 p.m. ET on December 30. The pre-show begins around 7 p.m. ET.

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Region Date Pre-Show Start Time Main Card Start Time
USA and Canada (ET) Saturday, December 30 7 p.m. ET 8 p.m ET
USA and Canada (PT) Saturday, December 30 4 p.m. PT 5 p.m. PT
UK and Ireland Sunday, December 31 12 a.m. GMT 1 a.m. GMT
Australia Sunday, December 31 11 a.m. AEDT 12 p.m. AEDT

 

How to watch AEW Worlds End 2023

Region TV channel Live streaming
USA BR Live
Canada BR Live, PPV.com, YouTube
UK and Ireland TrillerTV
Australia TrillerTV

Full Gear will air on FITE/TrillerTV outside the U.S.

 

AEW Worlds End 2023 PPV price

AEW Worlds End 2023 will be available for streaming on B/R Live at a price of $49.99. Additionally, the traditional pay-per-view option for the event will also be offered at the same price of $49.99.

 

AEW Worlds End 2023 location

The event is scheduled to take place at the Nassau Coliseum, situated in Long Island, New York. This arena, which was previously the home venue for the New York Islanders, boasts a capacity to accommodate up to 16,000 spectators.

AEW Worlds End 2023 fight card

  • MJF (c) vs. Samoa Joe for the AEW World Title
  • Blue League winner vs. Gold League winner in the Championship Final of the AEW Continental Classic
  • Christian Cage (c) vs. Adam Copeland in a No DQ match for the AEW TNT Title
  • “Timeless” Toni Storm (c) vs. Riho for the AEW Women’s World Title
  • Julia Hart (c) vs. Abadon for the AEW TBS Title
  • Big Bill and Ricky Starks (c) vs. Chris Jericho and TBA for the AEW World Tag Team Titles
  • Hook (c) vs. Wheeler Yuta in an FTW Rules match for the FTW Title