AEW’s Worlds End pay-per-view is coming to fans on December 30th. Now, we have even more matches for the card, including one that was a bit of a shock for fans to see actually make it on the pay-per-view card.

Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland are finally having a match on AEW television. That was a big surprise, because fans thought that Tony Khan forgot about that feud.

Sean Sapp logged onto Fightful’s paywall and dropped a note about that upcoming Worlds End match. It was stated that the plan for this match was finalized after Full Gear, but they had a plan to take care of the match this summer.

Fightful Select had heard earlier this year that there was a tentative idea for the two to face each other in the summer when they teamed together in the Blind Eliminator Tag Team tournament. A plan for the two to end up working with each other at World’s End was finalized by after Full Gear. They’ll finally get that March at Worlds End.


Fightful went on to report that the initial plan involved Swerve and Hangman Page extending their feud. However, a noticeable change occurred after their Full Gear match, leading to a suggested shift. The new proposal aimed to conclude the highly anticipated Swerve and Lee match while also incorporating Ring of Honor and Shane Taylor. It’s worth noting that Page and Swerve weren’t originally scheduled for a third match at Worlds End.

We will have to see who wins at AEW Worlds End. Tony Khan’s company is certainly bringing a lot to the table.

AEW Worlds End 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
  • Jon Moxley vs Eddie Kingston – Continental Classic Final
  • Julia Hart vs Abadon – TBS Title
  • Hook vs Wheeler Yuta – FTW Title
  • Miro vs Andrade El Idolo
  • Swerve Strickland vs Keith Lee
  • Sammy Guevara, Chris Jericho, Sting & Darby Allin vs Ricky Starks, Big Bill, Will Hobbs & Kyle Fletcher

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.

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