in ,

Bully Ray On How Fast ROH Contacted D-Von And Himself After WWE Run, Being ‘Bully Ray’ Again, More

Bully Ray On How Fast ROH Contacted D-Von And Himself After WWE Run, Being ‘Bully Ray’ Again, More


Bully Ray spoke with A Music Blog, Yea? (AMBY) on a number of wrestling topics.

Who always entertains him:

“There’s entirely too many to mention, there are a lot of wrestlers [or] entertainers out there today. I mean in the Ring of Honor locker room alone, man, you can’t even pick one, [Christopher] Daniels, [Frankie] Kazarian, [and] Jay Lethal is like the master of all trades who can do anything.”

Being “Bully Ray” again:

“It does feel good to be Bully Ray again, because I believe it’s what the fan want to see. People have been telling me since I created Bully Ray like six years ago, this is the side of me they like the best. Going back to WWE with D-Von and having our final run there as The Dudleys was a lot of fun, we went all over the world, we had a blast. But I know from the fan’s perspective it’s not exactly what they wanted. So, I’m happy to be able to come out here with Ring of Honor and be the version of myself that I enjoy the most and that the fans enjoy the most.”

Bully Ray On ROH Debut More Exciting Than 'Mania, Character Being Too Much Of A Bully For WWE, D-Von

ROH contacting The Dudleys once their WWE contracts expired after their latest run:

“Yeah, Ring of Honor did contact me and D-Von a day after our WWE contracts expired and they wanted me and D-Von to come in and work there. We were very interested, D-Von has a larger family, D-Von wanted to take a step back for a little while, so I said, ‘Bro, you do what you gotta do and I’m gonna keep doin’ what I do’ and that was it. I always knew Ring of Honor and Bully Ray would be a perfect fit.”


Written by Jack Evans

Jack Evans

Jack Evans is obsessed with 'Little' People, Music, and all things the Walking Dead. He is currently enrolled in SBU and majoring in Journalism.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Joe Rogan apologizes for interviewing concussed Daniel Cormier: ‘100 percent my (expletive) up’

Angelina Jolie Defends Cash Game With Poor Cambodian Children