AEW Worlds End was the final pay-per-view for Tony Khan’s company in 2023 and the promotion was determined to put on a night of action worth remembering. The in-ring action and controversy aside, the venue for the event ended up facing a significant food shortage during the show.

The AEW Worlds End pay-per-view took place in the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, in Uniondale, New York. According to WrestleTix, the venue was set up for 9,953 fans and sold 9,889 tickets.

There were almost 10,000 fans in attendance for the several-hour-long show and it isn’t a surprise that many of them would go to concession stands to grab a bite to eat for the event.

Multiple readers have reached out to Ringside News to inform us that the concessions stands were completely sold out of food. Therefore, the venue suffered a severe lack of food supply for such an event, which is a shocking thing, to say the least.

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AEW Worlds End had a lot of things going for it, including Adam Copeland winning and losing the TNT Title, Samoa Joe becoming the new AEW World Champion and more. Even then, a shortage in food supply for the venue simply shows a lack of foresight and we hope such a thing doesn’t happen again in future AEW events.

What is your opinion on this shocking story about AEW Worlds End? Do you feel the company was simply not equipped to handle their fans? Let us know in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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