AEW Worlds End saw a few big stories come to fruition. The Continental Classic has been raging for weeks as Tony Khan’s round-robin tournament. That all came to an end at Worlds End.
Bryan Danielson was on commentary to watch Eddie Kingston and Jon Moxley’s Continental Classic match. That match was for the new Continental Crown Championship.
After a hard-fought match, Eddie Kingston laid in his backhanded punch, and he won the match. This gives Eddie Kingston a massive win in his career as the first-ever winner of the Continental Classic. Now, he is also the first-ever Continental Crown Champion.
We will have to see what is next in this situation for AEW. After all, this year has been a wild one, especially for everyone involved. Adam Copeland was supposed to defend his new TNT Title against the former Luchasaurus at a later date, because the wrestling dinosaur won the battle royal in the Zero-Hour show.
As a reminder, Ringside News will be providing live play-by-play coverage of AEW Worlds End on December 30, 2023 over in our AEW Worlds End results hub. Keep checking back for any late-breaking news regarding the event.
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