RUSH returned to the AEW ring on the April 27th episode of Collision, marking his first appearance since AEW Worlds End. Facing off against Martin Stone (known as Danny Burch in WWE), RUSH showcased his dominance, easily dispatching his opponent.

The victory came swiftly for RUSH, who sealed the match with his signature corner dropkick. Not content with just a win, RUSH continued his assault even after the final bell had rung.

AEW’s official Twitter account shared the news of RUSH’s successful return, igniting excitement among fans and affirming his formidable presence in the promotion.

RUSH had been sidelined since AEW Worlds End due to torn hamstring sustained during his second AEW Continental Classic match. The injury, incurred in a bout against Mark Briscoe on the November 29th episode of AEW Dynamite, didn’t deter RUSH from competing in three more matches in the tournament and participating in the eight-man all-star tag team match at AEW Worlds End.


After months of rehabilitation and dedication, RUSH announced his clearance for in-ring action in February and had since been showcasing his skills in Mexico, building anticipation for his return to AEW.

What are your thoughts on RUSH’s triumphant return to AEW after his injury hiatus? How do you see his presence impacting the landscape of AEW? Share your reactions and predictions in the comments below!

H Jenkins

H Jeknins is a News Correspondent at Ringside News, keeping wrestling fans updated with timely and accurate reports on all things wrestling.

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