Bully Ray Plans To 'Stick Around' In IMPACT Wrestling
Bully Ray has unfinished business in IMPACT
It doesn't look like current IMPACT Wrestling star Bully Ray will be going away anytime soon.
The former two-time TNA World Heavyweight Champion discussed his plans following the Hard to Kill pay-per-view during a recent episode of Busted Open Radio.
"I'm gonna be sticking around for a while, and revenge is definitely on my mind. Whether that's with Josh Alexander, whether that's with his wife, or whether that's with Tommy Dreamer, so we'll see what's going to happen. I am going to stick around. Last night was a very violent, very brutal match, as a Full Metal Mayhem Match always is".
The 51-year-old was defeated by IMPACT World Champion Josh Alexander (by submission) in their Full Metal Mayhem title match opener at Hard to Kill on January 13.
Speaking about the vision he had for the match, the WWE Hall of Famer said:
"I would have called in [to Busted Open] no matter what this morning. When you take a match like that, and you put it together, there's going to be so much violence, but how do you make sense of it all? So when I tell my stories week after week after week, I always want to culminate with a match that kind of looks like the end of an action movie. The final scene of an action movie, where the good guys and the bad guys fight, and the bad guy finally gets his, and the good guy gets the girl, and everybody gets to celebrate. That's the vision I had in my mind for [Hard To Kill]".
Bully Ray returned to IMPACT Wrestling at Bound for Glory 2022.