AEW Worlds End took place on Saturday, December 30, 2023, at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York on Long Island, marking the company’s first PPV to be held in the state of New York.
The event showcased the final match of the inaugural Continental Classic to crown the first-ever AEW Continental Champion, subsequently making the winner the first “American Triple Crown Champion.”
Thirteen matches were held at the event, with three taking place during the “Zero Hour” pre-show. In the main event, Samoa Joe defeated MJF by technical submission to win the AEW World Championship.
In other notable matches, Eddie Kingston emerged victorious against Jon Moxley in the AEW Continental Classic, becoming the Triple Crown Champion by retaining the ROH World Championship and NJPW Strong Openweight Championship, and also claiming the inaugural AEW Continental Championship. Miro triumphed over Andrade El Idolo in what would be Andrade’s final match in AEW and Christian Cage loses and wins back the TNT Championship.
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AEW Worlds End results
- Claudio Castagnoli, Mark Briscoe, Daniel Garcia and Bryan Danielson def. Brody King, Jay Lethal, Rush and Jay White by pinfall
- Miro def. Andrade El Idolo by submission after CJ Perry turns on Andrade
- Toni Storm def. Riho by pinfall to retain the AEW Women’s World Championship
- Dante Martin says he’s looking to become a titleholder and gets the latest pre-emptive challenge from Orange Cassidy
- Swerve Strickland def. Dustin Rhodes by pinfall after Keith Lee wasn’t cleared by medical staff
- Chris Jericho, Sammy Guevara, Darby Allin and Sting def. Big Bill and Ricky Starks and The Don Callis Family (Powerhouse Hobbs and Konosuke Takeshita) by pinfall
- Julia Hart def. Abadon by pinfall to retain the AEW TBS Championship
- Adam Copeland def. Christian Cage by pinfall in a No DQ match to become the new AEW TNT Champion; after the match, however, Killswitch (who won the Battle Royal during the pre-show to earn a title shot) attacks Copeland from behind and he hands the contract to Cage, who quickly fills it out tells the ref to start a new match, and spears Copeland to win the title back by pinfall
- Eddie Kingston def. Jon Moxley by pinfall in the AEW Continental Classic final, becoming the first ever AEW Triple Crown Champion
- Samoa Joe def. MJF by submission to become the new AEW World Champion, despite some attempted assistance by Adam Cole. After the match, Adam Cole is revealed as the Devil and the masked men are Wardlow, Roderick Strong and The Kingdom