AEW will be squeezing in a new pay-per-view before the end of 2023.
On the October 25th episode of Dynamite, it was announced that Worlds End will take place on December 30th. The event will come live from the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Long Island, New York.
The announcement comes after the promotion filed a new trademark for the phrase “Worlds End.”
Tickets for the show will go on sale Friday, November 3rd at 10 am Eastern time.
The event is the latest addition to the company’s ever-expanding PPV schedule which has seen a number of new shows added in the second half of 2023. After Double or Nothing and Forbidden Door in May and June respectively, the company headed to London for All In on August 28th, before hosting All Out just a week later. This was followed by WrestleDream on October 1st, with Full Gear set to follow on November 18th.
It’s long been rumoured that AEW plans to expand its PPV calendar further in 2024, running as many as 12 events alongside Dynamite, Collision, and Rampage.
AEW Returning To California For Full Gear
Before hosting its first-ever December pay-per-view, AEW heads to the Kia Forum in Inglewood, California for Full Gear. The event has been a November staple since 2019, with the first edition of the show headlined by Jon Moxley taking on Kenny Omega in an Unsanctioned Lights Out Match.
Four matches have been announced for the 2023 event with MJF putting the AEW World Title on the line against Jay White, as well as defending the ROH Tag Team Titles on the line against The Gunns. MJF will again be flying solo with Adam Cole yet to recover from a broken ankle.
Meanwhile, Toni Storm will challenge for the AEW Women’s Title, and Christian Cage, Nick Wayne, and Luchasaurus will team up to take on Sting, Darby Allin, and an unnamed partner.