Bubba Ray Dudley Meets Former PWG World Champion In Singles Match At ROH Honor For All Event

Bubba Ray Dudley will meet Chuck Taylor in a first time match up.

On July 20th, Ring of Honor will be in Nashville for the event Honor For All. The event will already feature a ROH World Championship match and a NWA Heavyweight Championship match and now will see a WWE Hall of Famer in Bubba Ray Dudley wrestling former PWG World Champion Chuck Taylor.

The following is a press release from ROHWrestling.com.

Bully Ray has made a habit of repeating his disdain and his distaste for millennials and wrestlers of today. Week after week, the story remains the same: Bully Ray accuses wrestlers like Cheeseburger, Eli Isom, and Flip Gordon of being entitled, spoiled, and being handed a participation trophy.

While we have seen international wrestling star Colt Cabana stick up for ‘Burger, Isom, and Gordon, the frustration in the ROH locker room is mounting and many other wrestlers have begun to ask ROH officials for a match with Bully in hopes of shutting him up.

International wrestling star Chuckie T. will get just that in Nashville!

Bully Ray has shown no signs of slowing down the rhetoric or violence, with the rhetoric ramping and the violence now extending to officials like referee Todd Sinclair and Ambassador Cary Silkin. Colt Cabana has done his best to stand up for both the young athletes Bully has attacked but now also these critical figures in the history of ROH.

But he isn’t the only one that took notice.

Chuckie T. heads to Music City with the hopes of changing the tune on Bully Ray. With Barretta on the shelf with an injury, Chuckie T. has pulled out pinfall wins over Jonathan Gresham, 2017 Top Prospect Tournament Winner Josh Woods, and current ROH World Champion Jay Lethal and is on a roll in singles competition. But he is not just fighting for himself in this match: Chuckie T. bears the weight of the words Bully has directed to the ROH locker room!

The Honor for All event will be aired on the Honor Club streaming service and Fightful Wrestling will have coverage and results for the event. ROH is discussed on the Fightful Weekender podcast.

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