Wrestling fans, get ready for a night of non-stop action and excitement! This Saturday, AEW Presents Worlds End. A live wrestling event, will take place at the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York. The event will be live on PPV, starting at 8 PM. This highly anticipated event marks the first installment of this PPV for AEW. Following the incredible Full Gear PPV last month.

AEW is putting together a stacked card with some of the biggest names in wrestling. This event is promising to keep the momentum going. Fans can expect to see some jaw-dropping moves and thrilling matches. From tag-team battles to singles matches, the event has something for everyone.

If you plan to watch the event, you have several options. You can buy the event on traditional cable and satellite providers. Ensuring that you don’t miss a single moment of the action. Alternatively, you can watch the event on Bleacher Report via their website or app. Furthermore, select movie theaters, Dave & Buster’s, Tom’s Watch Bar, and other restaurants will be showing the event. 

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AEW World Championship MJF (c) vs. Samoa Joe

Championship Final of the AEW Continental Classic  Eddie Kingston vs. Jon Moxley  

FTW Rules match for the FTW Championship Hook (c) vs. Wheeler Yuta  

Singles match for the AEW TBS Championship Julia Hart (c) vs. Abadon 

Singles match for the AEW Women’s World Championship “Timeless” Toni Storm) vs. Riho

NoDQ match for the AEW TNT Championship Christian Cage (c) vs. Adam Copeland

Swerve Strickland vs. Keith Lee 

Miro vs. Andrade El Idolo 

Big Bill, Ricky Starks, Powerhouse Hobbs and Kyle Fletcher vs. Chris Jericho, Sammy Guevara, Sting and Darby Allin 

Buy-In 20-man battle royal (winner gets future TNT title match)

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AEW World Championship MJF vs. Samoa Joe

After months of simmering tension, wrestling fans are eagerly anticipating the upcoming showdown between MJF and Samoa Joe. In MJF’s own backyard this Saturday. The rivalry between the two wrestlers has been building since early summer. With Samoa Joe relentlessly hounding MJF at every turn. Their last encounter at the Grand Slam event at Arthur Ashe Stadium. Saw MJF narrowly retain his AEW world title against the determined challenger. This time, however, the stakes are even higher. With Adam Cole absent and unable to come to MJF’s aid if he finds himself in trouble.

To make matters worse, MJF has been plagued by the devil and his sinister masked men, who have been making his life a living hell. On the other hand, Samoa Joe has never looked more driven, with a steely determination to claim the world title at any cost. In fact, he’s so focused on his path to the AEW championship that he even dropped his ROH title just to concentrate on his quest to dethrone MJF.  This past Wednesday, things took a dark turn when it was revealed that Samoa Joe has been working with the devil. Fans are now left wondering how this revelation will play out in the main event for the AEW world title on Saturday. All eyes will be on the upcoming match, with fans eagerly awaiting the outcome of this epic clash of titans.

AEW Continental Classic:Eddie Kingston vs. Jon Moxley  

Championship Final of the AEW Continental Classic  Eddie Kingston vs. Jon Moxley  

“The Continental Classic” has breathed new life into AEW’s product over the past month, much to the delight of fans worldwide. This prestigious tournament has allowed AEW to refocus their efforts on what truly matters in wrestling, which is delivering captivating matches. It has not disappointed, providing fans with instant classics that will be talked about for years to come.

Many fans hope that AEW will make “The Continental Classic” an annual event, much like NJPW’s G1. It truly is a showcase of the best wrestling talent in the world and deserves to become a staple of the industry.

The stakes couldn’t be higher in the final matchup of “The Continental Classic.” Eddie Kingston, a beloved veteran of the wrestling industry, will take on Jon Moxley, one of the most dominant wrestlers in AEW’s history. Though close friends, their friendship will be put to the test as they vie for a chance to win the triple crown of belts in AEW. Both men are known for their unrelenting drive and determination, and they will stop at nothing to emerge victorious in this grueling contest.

With the first-ever AEW Continental Classic trophy on the line, fans can expect nothing short of an epic battle between these two titans of the ring. It’s a match that every wrestling fan will want to see and one that they will remember for years to come.

Joey Wood
Joey Wood

Joe Wood was born and raised in the Mayfair section of Philadelphia. A dedicated father of 2, a boy and a girl. Who is a lifelong Philadelphia 4 for 4-er. Joe found a passion for Professional wrestling from a young age thanks to his father, who took him to live events. Currently, Joe is studying at Full Sail University to achieve his bachelor’s degree in sports marketing and media. Once completed, he hopes to be able to cover sports full-time.