In a sensational turn of events on "AEW Dynamite," wrestling titans Chris Jericho and Kenny Omega have secured their chance to vie for the coveted AEW World Tag Team Championships. The duo's opportunity comes against reigning champions Ricky Starks and Big Bill, setting the stage for a high-stakes showdown at the eagerly anticipated AEW Worlds End event, scheduled for December 30 in Long Island, NY.
This dramatic development follows an intense verbal showdown on the latest episode of "AEW Dynamite." Both teams engaged in a heated exchange, with each side fiercely questioning the other's reputation among the passionate AEW fanbase.
The confrontation reached such a boiling point that Starks and Big Bill ultimately conceded, granting Omega and Jericho their shot at the tag team gold in the upcoming event.
Title Quest: Drama and Triumph
The journey to this title match has been fraught with drama and high-octane action.
Jericho and Omega earned their title opportunity with a landmark victory over The Young Bucks – Matt and Nick Jackson – at AEW Full Gear. Since their defeat, the Jacksons have been notably absent from AEW television, adding an extra layer of intrigue to the upcoming title match.
On the champions' front, Starks and Big Bill have been on an impressive run since clinching the titles on the October 7 episode of "AEW Collision." In a thrilling contest, they emerged victorious over Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler.
The reigning champions have defended their titles twice, showcasing their dominance and skill, most recently in a gripping ladder match against the likes of The Kings of the Black Throne, Los Faccion Ingobernables, and FTR at AEW Full Gear.
AEW Worlds End promises to be an event brimming with excitement and high stakes. In addition to the tag team title match, the card also features the finals of the AEW Continental Classic and a must-see bout between Samoa Joe and AEW World Champion MJF.
As the wrestling world buzzes with anticipation for what promises to be a night of unforgettable action, all eyes are on Long Island, where champions will be tested, legacies will be forged, and the annals of AEW history could be rewritten.