AEW Worlds End is scheduled for December 30th, and they have very limited time to finalize the card. A potential spoiler has emerged regarding one anticipated match for the event. Now, we have another potential match that could light up the card.

As AEW makes their way towards Worlds End, additional matches are in the works for the event. AEW needs more matches on the card, if they want to stretch things to their usual length for longer pay-per-view events.

Dave Meltzer mentioned on Wrestling Observer Radio that it appears that FTR and The House of Black’s big confrontation on Collision will also translate into a match in Long Island on December 30th.

“We’re gonna have FTR vs House of Black for the first time. Probably at the pay-per-view. They did not say at the pay-per-view though.”


AEW’s journey towards Worlds End has been quite a ride so far. We will have to see how everything pans out when the who thing is said and done.

You can check out the official AEW Worlds End card below. For more updates, keep checking back with Ringside News.

AEW Worlds End 2023 Card:

  • MJF vs Samoa Joe – AEW World Title
  • Big Bill & Ricky Starks vs TBD & Chris Jericho – AEW World Tag Team Titles
  • Christian Cage vs. Adam Copeland – AEW TNT Title
  • Continental Classic Final
  • Julia Hart vs Abadon – TBS Title
  • Hook vs Wheeler Yuta – FTW Title

As a reminder, Ringside News will be providing live play-by-play coverage of AEW Worlds End on December 30, 2023. Keep checking back for any late breaking news regarding the event.

Are you looking forward to this match at AEW Worlds End? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

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