EVENT: AEW Worlds End 2023
DATE: December 30, 2023 (12/30/23)
CITY: Uniondale, New York
VENUE: Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
HD and HDTV Full show replay links for AEW Worlds End PPV 2023 12/30/23 30th December 2023 will be added after the show ends
PART 1 :
DID YOU ENJOY THE AEW WORLD END PPV ON DECEMBER 30 2023?
I hate this PPV and it hasn’t even started.
First Stat loses, then Dalton Castle gets eliminated early.
I’m not feeling any of it
Something has been off this entire ppv. Like the energy.
50 yr olds are taking that bump
Sorry Nick, neither of the 50 yr olds are taking that bump through a flaming table. You are volunteered as sacrifice
I think the complaints are funny.
That’s how you make a heel look vulnerable and still keep his heat, I think the complaints are funny.
So happy Deeb was cleared to come back.
Women’s division is starting to cook. Once Hayter comes back, they’ll have a crazy solid active roster.
Wait that wasn’t the main?
I get why people are mad but damn it, I loved that match from start to second finish. Christian taking the win away from Killswitch is such a hilariously dickish thing to do.
mid-AF so far
AEW PPVs usually never miss but this has been mid-AF so far
Swerve didn’t immediately
Any particular reason Swerve didn’t immediately go for the finish? He’ll get paid no matter how short the match is surely
Nothing can beat that Miro/Hobbs match which was way better than it had any right to be
that was great.
At some point, this will lead to Luchasaurus turning on Christian and winning the TNT title.
Andrade better get into a fight backstage tonight.
That should be how everyone leaves AEW. Want to wake up to a story that he choked out Serpentico or something
Copeland doesn’t need the title and Christian has done such a good job elevating it. This just gives him more heat and adds to the slowburn Luchasaurus face turn.
Adam Cole wrestle Jay White
I’m here questioning how they’re letting Dustin wrestle. But then I remember that they were gonna let Adam Cole wrestle Jay White in a boot last month.
Tons of character work
Tons of character work and playing off existing feuds that came from the Continental Classic. People who say it was a tournament with no stories weren’t paying attention.
That time could have gone to someone else.
I consider Andrade’s AEW run a huge waste of time because he always seemed to be looking to go back to WWE once McMahon was chased out due to his sexual case.
Swerve vs Keith Lee
Swerve vs Keith Lee was one of the main matches I was looking forward to.
everyone has the flu
It feels like Tony tried really hard to book a story heavy ppv, but everyone has the flu and can’t go like they normally do. I haven’t questioned any booking decisions, but the matches have kind of sucked. That is weird to say, for AEW.
Let Sting do his thing.
Jericho always has to be the center of attention. Holy shit that was bad.
Jeff Jarrett has had the greatest late stage turnaround in history imo.
This preshow is actually making me want to see him as the heel color commentator for collision.
This one feels wonky.
I’ve been following AEW since essentially day one. Don’t watch weekly as much anymore, but have ordered every ppv. Usually well worth it.
NDA, Kylie Rae and CM Punk chants
Thank God that mess of a match is over
Eddie with the wrong strategy
I like that bit of commentary by Danielson, admitting he went in to his match against Eddie with the wrong strategy
Man the X graphic is ugly.
I can’t believe Elon thought that looked better than the Twitter bird.
so I got that going for me, I guess
I was looking away for the premature title reveal, so I got that going for me, I guess
Christian and Copeland took a bullet for these 2
I’m so pleased Christian and Copeland was on before this and they don’t have to go out to a terrible crowd.
Man, Bryan is such an incredible commentator.
The way he discusses wrestling like it’s a legit combat sport and breaks down the strategy. I could listen to him all day.
Nigel and Danielson
We don’t get to see Nigel and Danielson one up each other on Commentary. I went to bathroom did Nigel get upset having to leave the booth?
The reason I don’t buy the whole Eddie isn’t “believable,”
The reason I don’t buy the whole Eddie isn’t “believable,” looking thing is because he looks exactly like 85% of the dudes I’ve seen win an actual fight in my life lol
Reminds me of Regal on FCW / early NXT commentary.
Danielson selling the shit out of Eddie’s technique is an awesome touch.
I bet there is no devil tonight.
People are hyping themselves up and then get upset when it doesn’t happen.
God damn could Eddie not at least get some kick pads that matched his gear
What’s wild is that after this PPV
Bryan and Mox are flying to Japan for Wrestle Kingdom.
Danielson to go full Pierre McGuire
Waiting for Danielson to go full Pierre McGuire and shout out Moxley’s third grade teacher and cub scout leader.
high level shoot kickboxing
Eddie showing his high level shoot kickboxing background with those sick kickpads
Eddie Kingston got the weirdest gear
Where’s the Danielson face jpg?
“Now they’re just getting into the pissing contest, boys.”
Taz and Danielson
Taz and Danielson are amazing together on commentary for what style AEW wants to produce
I want Bryan to just start talking about bears and flaccid penises
the home grown fan favorite in Kingston
When you really think about it, these two guys are incredibly integral to the success of this company. The guy that truly legitimized the place and 3 time world champ in Moxley and the home grown fan favorite in Kingston
Saturday night is to hate watch pro wrestling
I get it, everyone has choices but if your choice for a Saturday night is to hate watch pro wrestling just to get a reaction out of people online then you have some underlying issues that need to be addressed and I feel bad for you
good choice to have him at the desk for this match
Danielson has a really good rapport with Taz on commentary. good choice to have him at the desk for this match
MJF vs King of the Bums Eddie
This main event could’ve easily been heel MJF vs King of the Bums Eddie, especially at this location.
The feed at my AMC stopped right before the Moxley/Kingston fight.
Nothing going right this PPV.
Eddie’s head went straight into the barricade. Jesus.
mjf and Joe
Is mox and Eddie the last match before mjf and Joe? Just now getting tuned in and our stream is being fucky
Danielson was talking about feints just now
What Danielson was talking about feints just now? I think I saw Eddie feint left before that enzugiri (enziguri?) on the right.
Could someone explain the love Kingston gets. I don’t see it and just want to understand why he’s so loved, legit no trolling.
The next Botchamania is gonna be longer than killers of the flower moon
AEW should be more about
I feel like this match so far is what AEW should be more about, sports based presentation such as Eddie being the better striker and Moxley being the better grappler while incorporating some Jiu Jitsu esque moves, and telling a story with stakes at the same time. Danielson is great on commentary btw.
AEW Worlds End 2023 Quick Results:
- 20-Man Battle Royale Winner: Luchasaurus, earning a future TNT Championship shot.
- AEW World Championship: MJF (c) retained vs. Adam Cole & Jay White (after miscommunication between Cole & White).
- TNT Championship – No DQ Match: Christian Cage (c) retained vs. Adam Copeland (formerly Edge).
- Continental Classic Tournament Finals: Jon Moxley defeated Eddie Kingston, becoming the inaugural Continental Champion.
- AEW Women’s World Championship: Toni Storm (c) retained vs. Riho.
- Multi-generational Clash: Sting, Darby Allin & Chris Jericho defeated Ricky Starks, Big Bill, Konosuke Takeshita & Powerhouse Hobbs.
- Andrade El Idolo defeated Miro in a Falls Count Anywhere brawl.
- The Young Bucks reunited and defeated Jurassic Express.
- Malakai Black returned and attacked Sting, setting the stage for a future showdown.
Other Notable Moments:
- Serena Deeb teased a return via a vignette.
- Keith Lee was pulled from the card due to injury, Dustin Rhodes faced Swerve Strickland in his place.
- Andrade El Idolo’s future with AEW remains uncertain.
AEW Worlds End: A Night of Shocking Swerves, Unexpected Champions, and Enduring Legends
The Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Long Island, New York, pulsed with electric anticipation on December 30th, 2023. AEW Worlds End, a PPV event laden with championship clashes, grudge matches, and tantalizing storylines, promised to be a seismic eruption in the wrestling landscape. And, eruption it did, delivering a night of jaw-dropping swerves, unlikely champions, and the indelible mark of wrestling legends on the canvas.
The ZERO HOUR pre-show ignited the crowd with a thrilling 20-Man Battle Royale. Bodies flew, alliances shifted like desert sand, and in the end, it was the monstrous Luchasaurus, emerging from the decimated field like a prehistoric titan, who secured a future TNT Championship shot. The air crackled with anticipation for the main card, and as the lights dimmed, the atmosphere became a tangible entity, thick with the collective breath of a rabid fanbase.
Clash of Titans: MJF & Samoa Joe (c) vs. Adam Cole & Jay White
The AEW World Championship match was a chess match of titans. MJF, the arrogant, silver-tongued champion, and Samoa Joe, the stoic Samoan Submission Machine, faced off against the cunning Adam Cole and the Switchblade, Jay White. The match was a tapestry of technical brilliance, brutal strikes, and near-falls that had the crowd on the edge of their seats. Cole’s superkick symphony nearly dethroned Joe, while White’s Blade Runner sent shivers through the arena. But in the end, it was MJF, capitalizing on a miscommunication between Cole and White, who secured the pin after a crafty roll-up, retaining his title and sending shockwaves through the AEW universe.
The Devil’s Dance: Adam Copeland vs. Christian Cage (c) – No DQ Match
The history between Christian Cage and Adam Copeland, formerly known as Edge, ran deeper than the Mariana Trench. Their No DQ match was a brutal ballet of vengeance and desperation. Chairs, tables, and even a steel guitar became instruments of destruction, each blow echoing the years of animosity between the two legends. Copeland, fueled by a burning desire to reclaim his place in the spotlight, unleashed a flurry of spears and Edgecution DDTs. But Cage, the wily veteran, countered with a cunning low blow and a devastating Killswitch, retaining his TNT Championship in a match that left both men battered and bruised, but their rivalry far from over.
Continental Clash: Jon Moxley vs. Eddie Kingston
The finals of the Continental Classic Tournament saw two of AEW’s most beloved bruisers, Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston, collide in a war of attrition. The match was a symphony of stiff lariats, crimson-stained foreheads, and unwavering determination. Moxley, the Death Rider, unleashed his signature Paradigm Shift, while Kingston, the Mad King, countered with a brutal piledriver. The crowd roared with every near-fall, their allegiance split between the two warriors. In the end, it was Moxley, capitalizing on a Kingston distraction, who secured the pinfall and the inaugural Continental Championship, his eyes blazing with a newfound hunger.
Women’s Warfare: Toni Storm (c) vs. Riho
The AEW Women’s World Championship match was a showcase of athleticism and resilience. Toni Storm, the reigning champion, battled tooth and nail against the “Tiny Tornado,” Riho. Storm’s power and agility were matched by Riho’s lightning-fast strikes and aerial maneuvers. The match was a dizzying blur of crucifix bombs, German suplexes, and moonsault attempts. In the final moments, Storm, capitalizing on Riho’s missed high-flying move, unleashed a thunderous DDT, retaining her title and proving her dominance in the women’s division.
Legends’ Legacy: Sting, Darby Allin, & Chris Jericho vs. Ricky Starks, Big Bill, Konosuke Takeshita, & Powerhouse Hobbs
The main event was a multi-generational clash of titans. Sting, the ageless Icon, teamed with the enigmatic Darby Allin and the ever-charismatic Chris Jericho to face off against a formidable team of All Elite powerhouses. The match was a display of contrasting styles, with Sting’s experience and Allin’s death-defying dives juxtaposed against the raw power of Starks, Hobbs, and Takeshita. The climax saw Allin, channeling the spirit of Sting, launch himself off the top rope with a Coffin Drop onto the entire opposition, securing the victory for his team and etching his name in the annals of AEW history.
A Night of Twists and Turns:
But Worlds End wasn’t just about championship matches. It was a night of unexpected twists and turns. Andrade El Idolo, seemingly on his way out of AEW, defeated Miro in
a brutal Falls Count Anywhere brawl, leaving his future a tantalizing enigma. The Young Bucks, seemingly on the verge of implosion, reunited in glorious fashion, defeating Jurassic Express in a tag team classic, hinting at a possible reconciliation. And, perhaps the most shocking moment of the night, Malakai Black, shrouded in mist and menace, returned to AEW, attacking Sting and setting the stage for a chilling chapter in their dark saga.
Worlds End left fans grappling with a kaleidoscope of emotions. Joy erupted as champions retained and underdogs triumphed. Disbelief hung heavy as unexpected alliances formed and old rivalries reignited. And beneath it all, a sense of awe lingered, a recognition that they had witnessed a spectacle of wrestling history, a night where legends cemented their legacies and new stars blazed their own trails.
But the questions remain. Will MJF’s reign of arrogance be toppled? Can Adam Copeland reclaim his lost glory? Will the Mad King finally capture the gold? And how will Malakai Black’s ominous return reshape the landscape of AEW? With the threads of these stories now intricately woven, one thing is certain: the fallout from Worlds End will echo through the halls of AEW for months to come.
This is not just the end of a PPV, it’s the beginning of a new chapter, one where the lines between heroes and villains have blurred, alliances are fragile, and the future is as unpredictable as a moonsault off the top turnbuckle. So buckle up, AEW fans, for the ride is just getting started. And remember, in the unpredictable world of All Elite Wrestling, the only constant is change. And at Worlds End, that change arrived with a thunderous roar.
The End of All We Know: Previewing AEW Worlds End 2023
December 30th, 2023. The air crackles with a palpable electricity, not just from the festive season, but from the impending maelstrom that is AEW Worlds End. This inaugural event isn’t just a PPV, it’s a statement. A declaration that All Elite Wrestling is ready to slam the door shut on 2023 with a bang so thunderous, it’ll echo into the new year. Buckle up, folks, because we’re about to dive headfirst into the storm.
Main Event Maelstrom: MJF vs. Samoa Joe – AEW World Championship
The arrogant Pinnacle Peacock versus the Submission Specialist with the choke of destiny. MJF, the master manipulator, has held the AEW World Championship hostage, his smug grin a constant taunt. Enter Samoa Joe, a storm cloud rumbling with righteous fury. He’s aligned himself with Wardlow, a testament to the desperation gnawing at MJF’s carefully constructed facade. This isn’t just a match, it’s a clash of philosophies – the entitled reign of one versus the unyielding hunger of the other. Can MJF’s slick maneuvers withstand Joe’s suffocating savagery? Can the champion’s arrogance hold up against the Samoan Stretcher’s cold calculation? This is championship chess played at breakneck speed, with the prize being the very soul of AEW.
Continental Clash: Eddie Kingston vs. Jon Moxley – Continental Classic Final
Two rabid dogs snarling at the heels of history. Kingston, the weathered warrior, bleeding passion and desperation, his every move a testament to his unwavering love for this business. Moxley, the Death Rider, scarred and feral, haunted by the ghosts of his own brutality. These are two men who know the taste of the canvas, the sting of defeat, and the intoxicating rush of victory. They’ve clawed their way through a grueling tournament, leaving a trail of bodies and broken dreams in their wake. Now, they stand face-to-face, with the prestigious Continental Championship and the undisputed mantle of “toughest son of a gun” on the line. This will be a war waged in the trenches, a gut-wrenching spectacle of grit and fury. Prepare for barbed wire, piledrivers, and enough lariats to level a stadium. This isn’t just a match, it’s an exorcism of demons, a baptism in blood and sweat.
No DQ Anarchy: Christian Cage vs. Adam Copeland – AEW TNT Championship
Two legends reborn, two names etched in wrestling lore. Christian Cage, the Captain Charisma, has reinvented himself in AEW, proving that age is just a number when you got fire in your soul. Adam Copeland, the former Edge, a living testament to resilience, back from the abyss to reclaim his rightful place under the spotlight. This match isn’t about titles, it’s about respect. It’s about proving that they still belong in the ring, that their scars haven’t dulled their edge. No Disqualification is the perfect canvas for their fury to paint on. Chairs will meet skulls, steel will kiss flesh, and the lines between competitor and madman will blur. Get ready for a clinic in hardcore storytelling, a masterclass in how to weaponize nostalgia and fury. This ain’t for the faint of heart, folks. This is wrestling stripped bare, raw and pulsating with primal rage.
Beyond the Big Bouts: A Feast for the Senses
Worlds End isn’t just about individual glory, it’s a symphony of chaos. The Women’s World Championship is on the line as Toni Storm defends against the ever-resilient Riho. Julia Hart and Abadon will wage war for the TBS Championship, a clash of light and darkness that promises to be as terrifying as it is captivating. Meanwhile, Andrade El Idolo and Miro, two titans fueled by vengeance and ego, will collide in a match destined to leave the ring floor a crater. And on the pre-show, the Zero Hour, a 20-man Battle Royal will grant the winner a future TNT Championship shot. Every second, every corner of the arena will host its own mini-war, its own tale of triumph and defeat.
The Undercard Avalanche: Where Chaos Brews and Stars Rise
Worlds End isn’t just about the headliners, it’s where the future of AEW takes center stage. On the Zero Hour, the 20-man Battle Royal promises to be a crucible of rising stars and established names desperate for a future shot. Look out for the high-flying daredevil Dante Martin, the fiery Ortiz, the ever-dangerous Powerhouse Hobbs, and the enigmatic Black Taurus. Every elimination will be a story, every dive a desperate bid for glory. The winner walks away with a TNT Championship opportunity, but the real prize is the spotlight, a chance to etch their name onto the ever-growing tapestry of AEW.
Elsewhere, tag team warfare reaches a fever pitch. Chris Jericho, Sammy Guevara, Darby Allin, and Sting, a motley crew of veterans and young bloods, clash against the imposing force of Team Taz: Ricky Starks, Big Bill, Konosuke Takeshita, and Will Hobbs. This is a collision of styles, a generational clash where Jericho’s tactical brilliance meets Hobbs’ raw power, and Sting’s iconic flair dances with Takeshita’s technical mastery. Can the veterans guide their young guns to victory, or will Team Taz crush them under their sheer physical dominance?
Speaking of veterans, Brody King, Jay White, Jay Lethal, and Rush form a temporary alliance fueled by mutual dislike for Blackpool Combat Club and pure opportunism. They’ll face off against Claudio Castagnoli, Bryan Danielson, Mark Briscoe, and Daniel Garcia, a team united by respect and a shared love for technical wizardry. Expect this one to be a clinic in mat wrestling and stiff strikes, a masterclass in building tension with every hold and kick. Who will emerge victorious from this clash of ideologies, the ruthless opportunists or the guardians of wrestling’s technical soul?
And beyond the ring, the whispers of The Devil grow louder. His influence hangs heavy in the air, a malevolent shadow lurking at the edges of every storyline. Will Samoa Joe’s alignment with Wardlow be enough to keep The Devil at bay? Will MJF retain his championship by making a Faustian bargain with the entity? Could Worlds End be the catalyst for The Devil’s grand reveal, plunging AEW into even deeper chaos? Only time will tell, but one thing’s for sure: the night’s biggest story might not even be inside the ring.
Worlds End: A Crossroads for AEW
This event isn’t just about championship belts and brutal battles. It’s a crossroads for AEW, a moment where the seeds of the future are sown. Can they maintain their explosive momentum in 2024? Will new stars rise to challenge the established hierarchy? And most importantly, will they keep pushing the boundaries of storytelling, captivating fans with unexpected twists and turns, and proving that professional wrestling is more than just athleticism? Worlds End holds the answers, wrapped in a glittering package of violence, drama, and pure, unadulterated chaos. So strap yourselves in, folks, because on December 30th, AEW is about to rewrite the rules of wrestling history.
This is just a taster, of course. Worlds End is a smorgasbord of wrestling delights, and there’s plenty more to explore. Want to delve deeper into the personal demons driving Eddie Kingston? Or analyze the tactical nuances of Chris Jericho’s leadership? Or speculate on the identity of The Devil and its potential impact on the AEW landscape? Let’s delve further, let’s dissect this beast of an event and truly understand what makes Worlds End the culmination of everything AEW has been building towards.
This is AEW Worlds End. This is where legends are tested, demons are exorcised, and the future of professional wrestling is forged in the fires of chaos.