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((STREAMS>REDDIT!)) AEW Worlds End 2023 Buffstreams Live Free Online Broadcast 30 December 2023

AEW Worlds End 2023 live stream: Start time, card, and how to watch online. An eventful year in professional wrestling in 2023 is coming to a close in a matter of hours. But, All Elite Wrestling is providing fans with one more pay-per-view event to enjoy over the holiday weekend. For the first time, AEW presents Worlds End on Saturday, Dec. 30, live from the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, N.Y.

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At the end of every year, it’s often customary for many companies, schools, and even websites to grant their employees some time off to celebrate the holiday season and to ring in the new year. However, when it comes to professional wrestling, there is no off-season.

And though some things have changed as the business and recordable technology have evolved over the years, Tony Khan and All Elite Wrestling still plan to end the year with a big bang.

On December 30 at the legendary Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Long Island, New York, AEW will present the inaugural Worlds End pay-per-view event. The New Years Eve Eve show is set to be the finale of the promotion’s biggest year to date, so there is sure to be some unforgettable action on their last broadcast of 2023.

But if you’re wondering how you can catch stars like The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson, TBS Champion Julia Hart and the rest of the House of Black, the very nice and very evil Danhausen, or AEW World Champion and Long Island’s own Maxwell Jacob Friedman, the answer is very simple. Along with our signature predictions and analysis of the action, we have a whole guide to help you find the best way to stream the first annual AEW Worlds End.

AEW Worlds End start time

Date: Sat., Dec. 30

Time: The main broadcast starts at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT and Monday 1 a.m. BST / 10 a.m. AEST

Pre-show: One hour before

Watch in the U.S. on Bleacher Report

Elsewhere: DAZN, Fite TV and PPV

World End features multiple matches for titles. MJF comes home to Long Island to defend the AEW World Title against Samoa Joe. MJF and Joe are ready to settle things in the ring after teaming up against common enemies.

MJF presents some unique challenges for me,” Joe told the Orlando Sentinel. He’s got an abrasive tongue and wit. He’s duplicitous when he needs to be. But I plan to take a healthy MJF and beat him in due course. I’ll pummel him unmercifully when the time comes at Worlds End.”

Also on the card will be the finals of the AEW Continental Classic. The Blue League winner and Gold League winner competed in a grueling tournament and will fight one another to determine the new Triple Crown Champion.

Christian Cage defends the AEW TNT Title against Adam Copeland in a No DQ match. "Timeless" Toni Storm defends the AEW Women's World Title against former champion Rio, Julia Hart defends the AEW TBS Title against Abadon, and Hook faces Wheeler Yuta in an FTW Rules match for the FTW Title.

AEW Worlds End 2023 match card

Main Card

AEW World Championship: MJF (c) vs. Samoa Joe

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

Continental Classic Final: Jon Moxley vs. Eddie Kingston

No DQ match for the TNT Championship: Christian Cage (c) vs. Adam Copeland

TBS Championship: Julia Hart (c) vs. Abadon

Bryan Danielson, Claudio Castagnoli, Mark Briscoe, and Daniel Garcia vs. Jay White, Brody King, Jay Lethal, and Rush

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

Swerve Strickland vs. Keith Lee

Andrade El Idolo vs. Miro

Zero Hour

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

20-Man Battle Royal for a TNT Championship match anytime, anywhere

AEW is pulling out all of the stops for their big event before the end of the year. The main event will feature Long Island's own MJF defending his AEW World Championship against Samoa Joe in a rematch from their title bout at Grand Slam in Queens back in September. With the mysterious "Devil" looming, can MJF extend his record championship reign?

There are also other big title matches on the show, such as Toni Storm defending the AEW Women's World Championship against Riho, Adam Copeland challenging friend-turned-enemy Christian Cage for the TNT Championship in a no-disqualification match, and Julia Hart looking to retain the TBS Championship against Abadon.

Other big matches on the show include Jon Moxley vs. Eddie Kingston in the finals of the Continental Classic, Swerve Strickland vs. Keith Lee, Sting participating in an eight-man tag team match ahead of his retirement match this upcoming March, and much more.

Fittingly, one of Long Island’s own will be front and center for this inaugural show. MJF will defend the AEW World Championship against Samoa Joe after weeks when both men have been defending each other instead of doing the usual fighting and verbal jousting. That’s because the mysterious masked Devil and a gang of black-clad henchmen have been making both their lives miserable — and their potential interference at Worlds End can’t be counted out.

The card will also feature the championship final of the AEW Continental Classic that has been playing out on Dynamite and Collision over the past few weeks. The Blue League and Gold League winners will collide on Long Island, with the victor becoming the first-ever AEW Triple Crown Champion.

The two buddies and Long Island natives square off in a match that I expect to go from friendly to contentious. Stokely Hathaway has been trying to recruit Statlander, and a loss to Nightingale is the only way to make that potential partnership somewhat appealing and add a little self-doubt in her abilities.

If this was any place other than Hook’s hometown of Long Island and being competed under FTW rules, I’d give Yuta more of a chance here. While not impossible he loses, Hook gets a hard-fought win and moves on to bigger and better things in 2024 during a pre-show that also included a battle royal for a TNT championship shot.

The angrier Miro gets at Andrade being his wife’s client the better this feud will be and that only happens if he loses. CJ Perry, if healthy enough after getting a severe infection in her finger in Mexico, shows up later in the match and distracts Miro enough for Andrade to steal a win.

Kenny Omega having diverticulitis nixed his and Chris Jericho’s tag team title shot. Not sure why AEW opted for a match the Babyfaces likely have to win to keep Sting undefeated going into his final match instead of just having Jericho and Guevara face Big Bill and Ricky Starks for the belts. Maybe Sting and Allin get a tag title shot down the road because of this.

Hart is one of AEW’s big breakout stars and is just 32-plus days into her championship reign. While this match could be a lot of fun considering both’s darker and somewhat strange personas, there is little reason to have Hart lose here considering Abadon’s momentum only started building a few weeks ago.

AEW does love Riho, who puts on good matches and gets a solid babyface response, but she feels little threat to Storm’s title. There is a larger story at work here with fan Mariah May, whom Storm refuses to truly acknowledge. May will help her idol retain and face Riho in her first AEW match on Dynamite.


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