Former WWE star Bully Ray/Bubba Ray Dudley reacted on Twitter to the “f**k Bully Ray” chants that broke out at the start of Jon Moxley’s match with Homicide at The WRLD on GCW’s pay-per-view on Sunday night.
As the fans got louder, Kevin Gill acknowledged the chants and joined them by saying “f**k Bully Ray.”
Bully quote tweeted the video and said, “I knew my GCW faithful fans in NYC would never let me down. Especially in MY building. Music to my ears!!”
Bully has taken a lot of heat on social media in recent days for his comments about Moxley. Bully said on Busted Open Radio that he feels that Moxley could have endeared himself to the fans by issuing an apology to them on AEW Dynamite.
Many fans and people in the wrestling business including Moxley’s wife Renee Paquette, Paige, Mark Henry, and others have commented and the reactions on social media are almost universal in saying that Moxley had nothing to apologize for. Check out the clip below of the fans chanting “f**k Bully Ray.”
— AUTHORS OF WRESTLING (@authofwrestling) January 24, 2022
I knew my GCW faithful fans in NYC would never let me down.
Especially in MY building.
Music to my ears!!
— Bully Ray (@bullyray5150) January 24, 2022