Not everyone is bound to enjoy all of their co-workers but according to one former WWE star, working with Bubba Ray Dudley wasn’t just unpleasant, it was dangerous.
Speaking to Sportskeeda’s wrestling show UnSKripted, former WWE star Rene Dupree reflected on working with the Dudley Boyz and whether or not they were stiff workers.
According to Dupree, he once suffered a concussion during a dark match with Bubba Ray, saying:
“Ah yeah. I know for a fact; he purposely hurt some guys. Our first dark match. It was me and Lance Cade, and I guess the Dudley Boyz. It was beneath Bubba to work a dark match. Like, no, you big goof. They want to see how we look together and possibly bring us up and start a feud, moron. But anyway, I bend over for a backdrop, and he swift kicks me as hard as he can in the head and gives me a concussion.”
Of note, Dupree had no specific comments about D-Von Dudley, rather went on to make some unflattering comments about Bubba Ray’s appearance and threw in some descriptive expletives for good measure, saying:
“He was just a f***ing pain in the ass; sorry for my language, I apologize. He was just a pain in the rear end. God!”
Bubba Ray has recently made headlines after sharing a controversial take that Jon Moxley should have included an apology to AEW fans in the promo following his return from taking time off of work to address issues related to health and substance abuse which drew the ire of many, including Moxley’s real-life wife Renee Paquette.
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