Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Jun 8, 2014
Update: Why Bully Ray Missed House Of Hardcore Events

Update: Why Bully Ray Missed House Of Hardcore Events

UPDATE: As previously reported, Bully Ray was pulled from the House of Hardcore show over the weekend and blamed Dixie Carter over Twitter. The reason appears to be the Spike TV Guys Choice Awards, which took place yesterday. Velvet Sky posted to her Twitter account noting that she, Bully, Jesse Godderz and Taryn Terrell all attended the event.

You can see a pic from Velvet’s account below.

ORIGINAL: Bully Ray was pulled from Tommy Dreamer’s House of Hardcore event last night. During the opening segment, Dreamer told the fans around 11:30 that he was told by TNA that Bully had to attend a SpikeTV event instead. Dreamer was followed by Abyss and Devon to the ring.

At first, Dreamer talked about a nationally syndicated TV show that would film tonight, but he couldn’t reveal what it was due to legal reasons. He added that the audience would know when it’s happen and can react then. That’s when he revealed the news about Bully, claiming he is always “100% honest with the fans” and said Bully was pulled by Dixie Carter. He said Carter is a “mark for Twitter” and told fans to tweet her and let her know how they felt about Bully’s absence. He promised revenge on Dixie and said he’s tired of people like her abusing him and the fans. He added: “B***h, I will get you for this.” He also reportedly called Dixie a “C*nt”.

It then turned into an angle (if it wasn’t already) as Abyss attacked Dreamer and Devon. He said Dixie kept him employed over the years and he defended TNA. Rhino came out but then turned on Dreamer, leading to Dreamer and Devon vs. Abyss and Rhino in the main event.

Bully Ray also commented on the situation on his Twitter:

We’ll keep you posted as we hear more. There is another House of Hardcore event scheduled for tonight in Philadelphia, PA so we’ll see what happens there.


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