Having competed all over the world against virtually every major star in the sport, Bully Ray made his Ring of Honor debut with a surprise appearance at Manhattan Mayhem in March 2017. He made an immediate impact by putting Bullet Club’s Adam Cole through a table. Bully joined forces with The Briscoes, and they captured the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Titles together. Several months later, the dream team lost the titles, and then The Briscoes turned on Bully. In what was likely Bully’s final match, he and fellow ECW icon Tommy Dreamer lost a violent New York City Street Fight to the Briscoes at Final Battle 2017. In February 2018, Bully became the ROH "Enforcer."
Bully’s resume speaks for itself. As one half of the Dudley Boyz, one of the most famous tag teams in wrestling history, he and his “brother” D-Von won more than 20 championships, including nine WWE Tag Team Titles, eight ECW Tag Team Titles, two IWGP Heavyweight Tag Team Titles and one WCW Tag Team Title. He also won several singles championships.
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