Former ROH World Champion Rush signed a contract with AEW following a few appearances in 2022 and he has proven to be a solid get for the promotion. Rush is now determined and hungry to make his in-ring return after suffering a hamstring injury.

El Toro Blanco’ earned six points in the Gold League of the AEW Continental Classic by defeating Mark Briscoe and Jay Lethal, but he faced defeats against Jay White, Jon Moxley, and Swerve Strickland.

The tournament had its toll on the wrestlers, with Rush pushing himself to the limits despite battling a torn hamstring. Rush took to Twitter recently and announced that he suffered a hamstring injury and pledged to recuperate, promising a strong comeback with even more determination.

In the #AEWContinentalClassic I tore my hamstring in the second match I had.

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I will recover and return ready and hungrier than ever for a fight.

#LFI #AEWDynamite


Rush is referring to his triumph over Mark Briscoe on AEW Dynamite on November 29. Despite the victory, he has since participated in four matches, including three more on Dynamite as part of the Continental Classic and an eight-man showcase tag match at the Worlds End PPV on December 30.

Rush signed a new deal with AEW while WWE was still interested in him last year. The duration of Rush’s absence from action remains uncertain, so we’ll have to wait and see when he will be back.

What do you think of what Rush had to say? Do you think he will get a push upon his return to AEW television? Let us know in the comments section below!

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