2023 AEW Worlds End Odds and Predictions

2023 AEW Worlds End Odds and Predictions

On Saturday, December 30, AEW returns to PPV with its inaugural Worlds End event live from the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Long Island, New York. This marks the first ever AEW PPV to be held in the state of New York.

Long Island’s own, Maxwell Jacob Friedman (MJF), defends his AEW World Championship against Samoa Joe in the main event of the night. Currently, nearly all of the major AEW world titles will be defended at the PPV.

Let’s take a look at the latest AEW odds, courtesy of the best pro wrestling betting sites, and make our AEW Worlds End predictions for the available lineup. All AEW Worlds End odds are courtesy of BetOnline.

AEW Worlds End Match Card

After the December 27th episode of Dynamite, the following matches have been confirmed for AEW Worlds End:

  • AEW World Championship: (c)MJF vs. Samoa Joe
  • Continental Classic Finale: Jon Moxley vs. Eddie Kingston
  • AEW Women’s World Championship: (c)Toni Storm vs. Riho
  • Eight-Man Tag Match: Ricky Starks, Big Bill, & The Don Callis Family vs. Chris Jericho, Sammy Guevara, Sting, & Darby Allin
  • TNT Championship, No DQ: (c)Christian Cage vs. Adam Copeland
  • TBS Championship: (c)Julia Hart vs. Abadon
  • FTW Championship, FTW Rules: (c)Hook vs. Wheeler Yuta
  • Singles Match: Swerve Strickland vs. Keith Lee
  • Singles Match: Miro vs. Andrade El Idolo
  • 20-Man Battle Royal: Winner receives a future TNT Title shot

AEW Worlds End Odds

The following AEW odds are courtesy of BetOnline:

20-Man Battle RoyalNo participants have been announced as of yet.
Singles MatchSwerve Strickland (NA) vs. Keith Lee (NA)
TBS Championship(c)Julia Hart (-5000) vs. Abadon (+1000)
FTW Championship(c)Hook (-1500) vs. Wheeler Yuta (+600)
Eight-Man Tag Team ChampionshipRicky Starks, Big Bill, & The Don Callis Family (NA) vs. Chris Jericho, Sammy Guevara, Sting, & Darby Allin (NA)
Singles MatchMiro (NA) vs. Andrade El Idolo (NA)
TNT Championship(c)Christian Cage (+100) vs. Adam Copeland (-140)
AEW Women’s World Championship(c)Toni Storm (-5000) vs. Riho (+1000)
Continental Classic FinaleJon Moxley (NA) vs. Eddie Kingston (NA)
AEW World Championship(c)MJF (-180) vs. Samoa Joe (+140)

As you can see, sports betting sites heavily favor the women champions as Julia Hart and Toni Storm have massive odds of -5000. As of now, we’re still waiting on odds for some of the matches that were just announced on the December 27th episode of Dynamite.

BetOnline is our preferred choice for AEW Worlds End odds. Not only do they have the earliest pro wrestling odds available for the PPV, but this online sportsbook also features exciting sports betting bonuses along with a smooth interface that makes wagering on this PPV easy and fast.

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AEW Worlds End Predictions

Check out our AEW Worlds End predictions below:

AEW Singles Match

  • Swerve Strickland (NA)
  • Keith Lee (NA)

The former tag-team partners are going to settle their grudge at the Worlds End PPV on Saturday. For the last month, Keith Lee has been declaring his intentions of coming after Swerve Strickland to get revenge. Earlier this year, Strickland and his followers injured Lee and put him on the sideline for two months.

As much as this match makes sense, it really feels like a step back for Strickland who has been one of the hottest wrestlers in the entire industry. I was rooting for Strickland to win the Continental Classic but AEW went in a different direction. Unfortunately, that direction is a lackluster one.

If Strickland loses this match, we’re rioting. AEW needs to put the world title on this man before they pull another Wardlow and miss the rocket streaking through the sky.

As for this PPV bout, take Strickland to win by hook or by crook.

The Bet
Swerve Strickland

AEW Singles Match

  • Miro (NA)
  • Andrade El Idolo (NA)

Despite the last minute PPV booking, this match is going to be awesome. Miro has been attacking anyone that his wife CJ Perry has been affiliated with. However, CJ begged Miro not to touch Andrade El Idolo while he was competing in the Continental Classic. Miro agreed, but angrily waited until El Idolo was eliminated from the tournament.

As soon as Andrade was mathematically eliminated, Miro made his intentions clear. He was coming to destroy El Idolo. However, I caution Miro fans not to rush to BetOnline and wager on “The Redeemer” right away.

Andrade had a strong showing in the tournament with some big wins over Brody King and Bryan Danielson. Despite his losses to Claudio Castagnoli and Eddie Kingston, El Idolo remains a credible threat to winning this match. And, if CJ cheats to help her client win, this could heat up the storyline between real-life husband and wife.

As much as Miro deserves the victory, I’m hoping CJ costs him the match and Andrade gets the big PPV victory.

The Bet
Andrade El Idolo

FTW Championship Match Under FTW Rules

  • (c)Hook (-1500)
  • Wheeler Yuta (+600)

These two men have had several run-ins with each other in the ring and backstage over the last few months. A feud has boiled over due to their heated interactions. Eventually, Wheeler Yuta would challenge Hook to an FTW match for his title.

It’s hard seeing Hook losing to Yuta. Despite Yuta’s affiliation with the Blackpool Combat Club, and being a very talented in-ring worker, he’s not someone that deserves the buzz from defeating Hook in an FTW match.

AEW had Jack Perry beat Hook and it only produced a ripple of noise. A Yuta victory would be pointless and fall on deaf ears. Take Hook to win in what should be a solid match.

The Bet

TBS Championship Match

  • (c)Julia Hart (-5000)
  • Abadon (+1000)

Julia Hart won the TBS Championship at the 2023 Full Gear PPV by defeating former champion Kris Statlander and Skye Blue in a three-way match. She last defended the title on the November 29th episode of Dynamite where Hart defeated Emi Sakura.

On the December 16th episode of Collision, Hart took issue with a victorious Abadon. Eventually, Skye Blue would come out and assist Hart with a beatdown on Abadon. This prompted a returning Thunder Rosa to help Abadon and set up a tag-team match for the December 23rd episode of Collision.

Thunder Rosa and Abadon would come away victorious in the tag-team match by pinning Skye Blue. However, it set up a TBS title opportunity for Abadon at the Worlds End PPV.

As you can see, entertainment betting sites heavily favor Hart to win this match and retain her title. There’s no reason to think otherwise. Abadon is not the caliber of wrestler to win the title from a red-hot Julia Hart.

But, Abadon is the caliber of wrestler that will put on a solid match and help make Hart look like a dominant champion. There’s no value with Hart’s odds and Abadon is not worth a flier.

The Bet
Julia Hart

No Disqualification TNT Championship Match

  • (c)Christian Cage (+100)
  • Adam Copeland (-140)

I have loved everything that Christian Cage and Adam Copeland have done since the latter arrived at the WrestleDream PPV in October. The longtime friends, and multi-time tag-team champs, have made their appearances must-see television each week.

Without rehashing the entire storyline from the last few months, I will say that anyone who missed Christian’s promo on the December 23rd episode of Collision needs to go watch it immediately. It was a fantastic promo that built heat for this PPV bout and added another layer of despicability to Cage. Yet, you have to admire a man who dedicates his match to all of the single mothers out there.

A few weeks ago, Cage defeated Copeland in Montreal on the December 6th episode of Dynamite. Shayna Wayne, Nick’s mother, came out and helped Cage win by hitting Copeland with the TNT title belt. She’s now referred to as the Matriarch due to her alignment with Cage and his Patriarchy that includes Nick Wayne and Luchasaurus.

I hope that AEW keeps the title on Cage and finds a way to have Copeland get pinned without losing any further momentum. I absolutely love everything Cage has done over the last six months. He’s the best character in AEW and all of pro wrestling right now.

Sadly, I see Copeland picking up the win and defending the TNT title on a weekly basis against some of the top AEW stars that he mentioned when first arriving.  

The Bet
Adam Copeland

Eight-Man Tag Team Match

  • Ricky Starks, Big Bill, & The Don Callis Family (NA)
  • Chris Jericho, Sammy Guevara, Sting, & Darby Allin (NA)

This match really came out of nowhere and feels like a rush job just to get numerous wrestlers on the final PPV of the year.

Originally, AEW booked Ricky Starks and Big Bill to defend their AEW tag titles against The Golden Jets (Chris Jericho and Kenny Omega) at the PPV. Unfortunately, Omega is out indefinitely due to diverticulitis, which left a big hole in the Worlds End lineup. It also added some speculation as to who Jericho would team up with to face the tag champs.

Instead of having a tag-team match for the belts, AEW went in a completely different direction which just screams poor planning. On this week’s Dynamite, Sammy Guevara returned for the first time since becoming a father.

His return culminated in being kicked out of The Don Callis Family and reuniting with Chris Jericho. These two have reunited and broken up more times than my last relationship.

Following an emotional embrace, Jericho and Guevara were attacked by Starks and Big Bill. After a few minutes of the beat down, the lights go out. When the lights come back on, Sting and Darby Allin appear and make the save. All of this just to create an eight-man tag match that lacks any reason to care.

Admit it, during the darkness, you were also hoping it was Enzo Amore standing in the ring when the lights came back on. Since this is Sting’s retirement tour, take his band of misfits to win the match.

The Bet
Jericho, Guevara, Sting, Allin

AEW Women’s World Championship Match

  • (c)Toni Storm (-5000)
  • Riho (+1000)

Like Julia Hart above, there’s no chance that Toni Storm loses the AEW Women’s World Title this weekend. Other than Hart, Storm is the hottest star in the women’s division. These two wrestlers are head-and-shoulders above the rest of the women’s roster.

It’s nice seeing Riho return to AEW. The former world champ brings credibility to the division along with a reputation for putting on strong matches. Unfortunately, she’s nothing more than a speedbump in Storm’s title run.

The match should be entertaining, but the outcome is a lock. Storm will win the Oscar, err, the AEW Women’s World Title match.

The Bet
Toni Storm

Continental Classic Tournament Finale

  • Jon Moxley (NA)
  • Eddie Kingston (NA)

Raise your hand if you saw this pairing as the final combatants to decide the inaugural Continental Classic Tournament winner. I certainly didn’t see this coming when the tournament was first announced. In fact, prior to this week’s Dynamite, I was still hoping for a Bryan Danielson vs. Jay White match.

The Gold League saw Jon Moxley defeat Swerve Strickland and Jay White in a fantastic three-way match. Moxley (+150) pinned White as Strickland was unable to break up the pinfall in time. Strickland (-140) was the favorite to win the match, but we all saw the writing on the wall that he was going to face Keith Lee at the PPV. But I still hoped that White (+500) would win.

In the Blue League, Eddie Kingston (+100) pulled off the upset by defeating Bryan Danielson (-150). Kingston started off the tournament on a losing skid before turning things around and surprising both the fans and pundits by defeating Danielson.

Now, we get Mox and “The Mad King” in what should be an intense battle. The two friends will bring the pain in a hard hitting match. With that said, there’s only one way AEW should go with this match – have Eddie Kingston win.

Moxley doesn’t need this victory, but Kingston does. It’s the emotional ending that fans are clamoring for, and that Kingston deserves.

The Bet
Eddie Kingston

AEW World Championship Match

  • (c)MJF (-180)
  • Samoa Joe (+140)

We’ve finally arrived at the destination of Samoa Joe vs. MJF after months of Joe protecting and teaming up with MJF. Joe’s quest was to keep MJF safe in order to secure a world title rematch.

In addition to this match, we have the Devil storyline that should come to a head on Saturday. The Devil and his henchmen have been making life difficult for MJF over the last several months.

In fact, on Wednesday’s Dynamite, MJF lost the ROH tag titles to two of the Devil’s henchmen as he tried to fight them both but succumbed to the numbers game. Afterward, Samoa Joe came out and attacked MJF following his backstage trickery as he made everyone believe that he was injured. Apparently, Joe made a deal with the Devil.

Speaking of the Devil, there are many theories as to who it could be. My hope is that it’s someone like Nick Nemeth, formerly known as Dolph Ziggler. The former longtime WWE star was released back in September to the surprise of fans and wrestlers alike.

As for the world title match, you have to bet on MJF to retain the title in his hometown of Long Island. As much as I would like to see Samoa Joe as world champion, I just don’t believe that AEW will take the belt off of MJF in his hometown unless the Devil interferes to help Samoa Joe.

The only other wrestler that could make the Devil storyline a worthy payoff is Adam Cole. It would be a great way for Cole to swerve his supposed best friend in MJF after being on the sideline with a legit injury. Nevertheless, we could go down many rabbit holes with the Devil story.

Take MJF to retain the belt and enjoy decent value on his odds for this world title match.

The Bet
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