RUSH reveals he tore hamstring in his second AEW Continental Classic match

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He worked through the tournament with an injury. 

At AEW Worlds End, the Continental Classic tournament wrapped up with Eddie Kingston besting Jon Moxley to win the tournament and capture the AEW Continental Championship. 

RUSH, who was in the Gold League bracket, took to social media and revealed that he tore his hamstring in his second match. He went on to compete in three more matches. 

He finished the Continental Classic with six points and placed fourth behind Jon Moxley, Swerve Strickland and Jay White. 

AEW confirmed that the Continental Classic is returning to AEW programming in 2024.

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