AEW Women's World Title Match Set For Worlds End

Toni Storm will put her AEW Women's World Title on the line

AEW’s Worlds End pay-per-view event is fast approaching, with the show scheduled to take place on December 30, 2023. Less than two weeks out, there are only a few matches scheduled, with another one being added last night on AEW Dynamite. 

For the last several weeks, the AEW Women’s World Champion “Timeless” Toni Storm has been targeted by former world champion Riho, who made her AEW return by confronting the title holder not long ago. This sparked a feud between the pair, and in the time since, Riho has been picking up wins over the likes of Ruby Soho and Saraya to earn a title match at the upcoming PPV. 

After Riho scored the win last night to give her the right to challenge Storm, the champion tried to ambush her, but Riho got the upper hand until Storm’s superfan Mariah May managed to even the odds, allowing Storm enough time to run for the hills. 

The current card for Worlds End is as follows:

  • MJF (c) vs. Samoa Joe - AEW World Championship
  • Toni Storm (c) vs. Riho - AEW Women’s World Championship
  • TBA vs. TBA - AEW Continental Classic Final

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