After making his on-screen debut several weeks ago, former two-time Ring of Honor World Champion Rush made his AEW in-ring debut on Friday's Rampage.
Rush was one of the twenty men in the Royal Rampage battle royal where the winner earned a shot at interim World Champion Jon Moxley on this Wednesday's Dynamite.
As expected, he got involved with Penta Oscuro as he and Andrade El Idolo have been at odds with Oscuro and Rey Fenix as of late.
He and Oscuro were eliminated while battling on the ring apron. Afterward, Andrade (who was not in the match) threw a chair at Oscuro's head so the feud will continue.
Rush has been working in trios matches this year and hasn't been in a singles match since July 2021.
He made his on-screen debut at Double or Nothing, introduced during a taped segment in a boardroom with Andrade. He helped lay out the aforementioned Fenix during Andrade's match with him on last Friday's Rampage.