24 Facts About Bully Ray


Bully Ray is signed to The National Wrestling Alliance under the ring name Bully Ray.

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Bully Ray formed a tag team with D-Von Dudley called The Dudley Boyz, who became eight-time ECW World Tag Team Champions.

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Bully Ray left TNA in 2015, and The Dudley Boyz returned to WWE for two years before joining Ring of Honor until 2020.

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Bully Ray moved to Dix Hills, New York in his youth and graduated from Half Hollow Hills East High School, where he was a member of the track and football team.

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Bully Ray was recast as Buh Buh Ray Dudley, the stuttering, dancing, overweight, hillbilly member of the sprawling Dudley family.

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The following week, Bully Ray declined Devon's offer to join the ECW alumni, before TNA president Dixie Carter agreed to give them their own reunion pay–per–view event, Hardcore Justice: The Last Stand, as a celebration of hardcore wrestling and a final farewell to the company.

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The following week Bully Ray claimed that Devon had gotten weak, since Chris Sabin had managed to kick out of a 3D at Turning Point, calling him the Marty Jannetty and himself the Shawn Michaels of the team.

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On January 9, 2011, at Genesis, Bully Ray defeated Devon via disqualification, after Devon hit his former partner with his own chain.

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At Against All Odds Bully Ray faced his former tag team partner in a Street Fight.

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Bully Ray then recruited Tommy Dreamer as his partner and helped him defeat Styles at Sacrifice.

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Bully Ray later aligned himself with Bobby Roode, interfering in his matches especially ones relating to Roode's title.

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The following week, Bully Ray successfully defended his title against Anderson in a Last Man Standing match.

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On February 13, 2014, Bully Ray lost to Mr Anderson in a Casket match, ending the feud.

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Bully Ray then feuded with Roode, culminating in a match at Sacrifice; Carter interfered and cost Bully Ray the match.

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But, when Bully Ray interrupted the confrontation, he was ultimately laid out by MVP's alliance and put through a table by EC3.

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At Slammiversary, Bully Ray was defeated by EC3 after Bully Ray went through a table from the top rope.

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On November 9, 2013, at HoH 3, Bully Ray attacked Dreamer and Terry Funk following the main event, claiming that Dreamer offended him by not inviting him to the show, before challenging Dreamer to a falls-count-anywhere street fight at the TNA One Night Only pay-per-view event Old School.

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However, Bully Ray would be pulled out of both events by TNA President Dixie Carter, turning the on-screen feud between Bully and Carter in TNA into a crossover storyline involving talent associated with both promotions.

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On February 7, 2015, Bully Ray defeated Dom Vitalli to win the Destiny Wrestling Organization Heavyweight Championship.

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Bully Ray eliminated The Miz and R-Truth before being eliminated by Bray Wyatt.

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Bully Ray later threatened to Matt that he'll put him on the table like what he did to Dixie Carter.

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Bully Ray was defeated by Drew Galloway in a No Disqualification Match for the WCPW Championship.

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Bully Ray confirmed he is retired on February 10, 2018, on his official Twitter page.

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On June 11, 2022, Bully Ray would be the special guest commentator for the NWA World Women's Championship at Alwayz Ready.

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