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Hustle commonly refers to:
- Working hard from the bottom to the top spot (legal or illegal)
- The tradecraft of a hustler who deceives others by hustling, usually in sports
- A confidence trick perpetrated by a grifter or other scam artist
- Slang (chiefly American), meaning to seek money by criminal or shady enterprise, especially pimping and prostitution, and/or drug dealing
Hustle or The Hustle may also refer to:
- Hustle, Virginia, an unincorporated community in Essex County
Films and television
- Hustle (1975 film), an American crime film starring Burt Reynolds
- Hustle (2004 film), an American made-for-TV movie about baseball player Pete Rose, nicknamed Charlie Hustle
- Hustle (2008 film), a 2008 film starring Bai Ling
- Hustle (TV series) (2004–2012), a BBC drama about a group of confidence tricksters (grifters)
- The Hustle (TV series), a 2013 American television series
- "The Hustle" (song), a 1975 American disco track by Van McCoy and the Soul City Symphony
- Hustle (dance), a disco dance popularised by the 1975 song
- The Hustle (album), a 2004 album by American R&B/hip-hop trio G. Love & Special Sauce
- Hustle (professional wrestling) (stylized HUSTLE), a Japanese professional wrestling company, founded in 2004
- "Hustle", a motto used by current WWE star John Cena: "Hustle, loyalty and respect"
- The Hustle: Detroit Streets, a 2006 Activision video game for the Xbox and PlayStation
- USS Hustle (1918–1921), US Navy ferry launch known originally as the USS Despatch (1902–1918)
- An early name for the Snake video game
- Hustler (disambiguation)
- The Real Hustle, a 2004-2011 BBC reality television series demonstrating real-life scams
- Real Hustle, a 2008 American television series based on the BBC series
- American Hustle, a 2013 film
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