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AEW Worlds End live stream: Zero Hour

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All Elite Wrestling (AEW) is live at 8 pm ET tonight (Sat., Dec. 30, 2023) from the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York with its newest event — Worlds End. Ninety minutes before the main card of their annual fall PPV, the promotion will offer a free live stream of the pre-show, entitled “Zero Hour”.

As of this writing, there are three matches booked for Zero Hour:

  • HOOK (c) vs. Wheeler Yuta in an FTW Rules match for the FTW championship
  • 20 man battle royal for an anytime, anywhere TNT title shot
  • Kris Statlander vs. Willow Nightingale

Those will warm us up for a big night, featuring Samoa Joe challenging MJF for the AEW World title with Devil drama looming, Eddie Kingston & Jon Moxley fighting to become the first AEW Triple Crown champ in the Continental Classic finals, Adam Copeland gunning for Christian Cage & his TNT title in a No DQ match, Timeless Toni Storm & Julia Hart defending their belts, the next stop on Sting’s retirement tour, and much more! Zero Hour will feature plenty of hype for those, and every one of the matches on Worlds End. And if AEW’s hype isn’t enough for you, we’ve got you covered with a show preview here, and predictions for each match right here.

The Zero Hour stream goes live at 6:30 pm ET, and you can watch it above.

The main card can be purchased on Bleacher Report (and traditional PPV) in the U.S., or in all international markets on Triller TV.

Follow along with Worlds End results and coverage of the entire card right here.

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