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AEW Worlds End 2023 Predictions & Spoilers of Results

Posted by Anthony Mango Wednesday, December 27, 2023

AEW Worlds End 2023 will take place on Saturday, December 30, 2023 at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York on Long Island. Follow along here for spoilers and information on the event's card, lineup of matches and news regarding the pay-per-view.

The following are my predictions for the 2023 AEW Worlds End. Check back for Worlds End 2023 results and review coverage here when the time comes.

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Singles Match for the AEW World Championship: MJF (c) vs. Samoa Joe

Honestly, as great as Samoa Joe is, I was hoping for something a little more bombastic for this match. We've seen them feuding for a bit, and to just go back around to that (even with the knowledge in mind that this definitely hasn't all played out the way they wanted, after Adam Cole's injury)...I don't know. This thing with The Devil has been a drag more than a fun ride. The most interesting scenario here is for MJF to drop the title, which makes sense if they want to tease that he's leaving the company. But I think he's re-signed, and that there's a good chance he simply retains and all that mystery goes away. Now, if he's injured, there's even more of a reason to have him drop the title, so he can take some time off and build up that speculation that he's gone. I'm starting to think that will happen, but I'm not convinced. If it does, hey, I'm a big fan of Samoa Joe, too, so that'd be cool to see him as champion.

PREDICTION: I'm 50/50 on this, slightly leaning toward MJF retaining just because I feel like Joe should win and it wouldn't shock me if he didn't.

AEW Continental Classic Tournament Final: Eddie Kingston (c) vs. Jon Moxley

I remain hesitant to trust this whole Triple Crown thing will be a good idea. It just seems like it's flawed from the start, with how they're going to defend 3 titles and not potentially break them up over time, and have them tied into a yearly tournament. I also just don't like the name Continental Championship, as it seems like this should just be the International Championship. Anyway, Kingston should win this. Not only is the underdog idea better to go with, and having him win in New York is a better option than if he lost, but he's the whole reason two of the belts are on the line. Why transition it all to Mox just before he goes to Wrestle Kingdom to challenge for the Global Championship?

PREDICTION: Eddie Kingston wins.

AEW Women's World Championship Match: "Timeless" Toni Storm (c) vs. Riho

I know that on paper, Riho is the first-ever women's world champion in AEW, so this should be at least a match where the challenger is worthwhile, if not how some people out there will be convinced that she stands any chance to beat Storm. But let's be honest. This is low-effort filler. I haven't bought into Riho winning a match that's worthwhile in years. Even when she was champion, it felt more like she was given that distinction for the sake of it, rather than being the best possible option at the time. She's cooled off considerably since then, and we all know Storm isn't dropping that belt any time soon, so then, it becomes a factor of whether or not I'm willing to suspend my disbelief and just go with how enjoyable the match will be. That's where you'll hate me even more for saying I just don't think I'll love this. So the whole thing turns into an overwhelming "meh" for me, and I would skip it if I could, but since it'll be live, I guess I'll just have to type out "Toni Storm retained by pinfall" well in advance and wait to hit the publish button on that result.

PREDICTION: Toni Storm retains.

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

No way is Julia Hart losing the title this fast, especially not to Abadon. Abadon's just a zombie being fed to a witch. That's a sentence I didn't think I'd necessarily write.

PREDICTION: Julia Hart retains.

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

These guys are fun, FTW Rules is a good stipulation, and since there's a chance Yuta does win the belt, that means this isn't some foregone conclusion. Cool. I'm down for this more than most of the card, actually. Most likely, I'd be down to see a rematch for the Pure Championship, too.

PREDICTION: Hook retains.

No Disqualification Match for the AEW TNT Championship: Christian Cage (c) vs. Adam Copeland

Doing a rematch gives me the vibe that Copeland is winning this belt, but Tony Khan wanted to delay it and milk it for a few more segments, for whatever endgame reasoning. Maybe the No DQ gimmick is how Cage retains, though. It depends on if there will be interference on Edge's behalf or if it's entirely just going to be Nick Wayne and company helping out Cage.

PREDICTION: Adam Copeland wins.

Quick predictions for a few other matches added to the card:

  • Swerve Strickland beats Keith Lee. This match should've happened months ago.
  • I don't care about Andrade vs. Miro. Flip a coin.
  • The babyfaces (Chris Jericho, Darby Allin, Sammy Guevara and Sting) likely beat Big Bill, Ricky Starks, Kyle Fletcher and Powerhouse Hobbs. Filler match. Meh.
  • Nobody's been announced for the 20-man battle royale, but since the winner gets a TNT Championship match, and I'm thinking Edge wins, then it could be almost anyone that he simply wants to wrestle at some point. These are easy matches to book when someone wins a title shot, they wrestle on TV, and then move on to an actual feud after that. So...let's say...Jay White wins.

This page will be altered on a regular basis to reflect changes to the show including any new matches added to the lineup, adjustments to the card, revised predictions and any other information about this event. Stay tuned for the latest updates!



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