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AEW Worlds End: Continental Classic final CONFIRMED for PPV

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All Elite Wrestling (AEW) has confirmed the much-anticipated final of the Continental Classic, set to be a highlight at the upcoming AEW Worlds End pay-per-view event.

Scheduled for December 30th, this event promises to be a landmark in AEW‘s calendar, showcasing some of the most talented and revered wrestlers in the industry.

AEW Worlds End: The Road to the Continental Classic Final

The journey to the Continental Classic final has been nothing short of spectacular, with several top-tier wrestlers battling it out for a spot in this prestigious match.

Jon Moxley, a name synonymous with resilience and skill in the wrestling world, secured his place in the final by defeating Jay White in a gripping encounter on AEW Dynamite. This victory not only demonstrated Moxley’s prowess but also set the stage for an epic showdown at Worlds End.

In another intense battle, Eddie Kingston emerged victorious against Bryan Danielson in the finals for the Blue League. Kingston, known for his raw power and unyielding spirit, closed out the match with a win that cemented his position in the Continental Classic final.

The stage is now set for a clash between Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston, a matchup that promises to be a blend of technique, strength, and sheer willpower.

AEW Worlds End: A Card Packed with Action

Apart from the Continental Classic final, the AEW Worlds End event boasts an impressive lineup of matches that are sure to captivate the audience. The card includes:

  • MJF vs Samoa Joe for the AEW World Title
  • Big Bill & Ricky Starks vs TBD & Chris Jericho for the AEW World Tag Team Titles
  • Christian Cage vs. Adam Copeland for the AEW TNT Title
  • Julia Hart vs Abadon for the TBS Title
  • Hook vs Wheeler Yuta for the FTW Title
  • Miro vs Andrade El Idolo
  • Swerve Strickland vs Keith Lee
  • A multi-star match featuring Sammy Guevara, Chris Jericho, Sting & Darby Allin vs Ricky Starks, Big Bill, Will Hobbs & Kyle Fletcher

This lineup not only highlights the depth of talent in AEW but also underscores the organization’s commitment to delivering high-octane entertainment to its fans.

The Anticipation Builds

As the date for Worlds End draws closer, the anticipation among wrestling fans is palpable. The event is expected to draw a large audience, both in-person and through various broadcasting channels.

The excitement is particularly high for the Continental Classic final, where Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston will vie for supremacy in what is expected to be a memorable encounter.

FAQs

  • When is AEW Worlds End scheduled?
    • AEW Worlds End is scheduled for December 30th.
  • Who are the finalists in the Continental Classic?
    • Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston are the finalists in the Continental Classic.
  • What are some other key matches at AEW Worlds End?
    • Other key matches include MJF vs Samoa Joe for the AEW World Title, Christian Cage vs. Adam Copeland for the AEW TNT Title, and a multi-star match featuring Sammy Guevara, Chris Jericho, Sting & Darby Allin.
  • Where can I watch AEW Worlds End?
    • AEW Worlds End will be available on various broadcasting channels, and live coverage will be provided by Ringside News.
  • What makes the Continental Classic final a must-watch?
    • The final between Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston is a must-watch due to the skill, determination, and popularity of both wrestlers, promising a high-stakes and thrilling encounter.
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