Bully Ray is a true veteran of the pro-wrestling world. He gave his latest appearance at Starrcast. In The Bunkhouse Battle Royal, he faced off against several opponents before ultimately getting eliminated by indie star Mance Warner.

Ray seems to be salty from the bout even still. He has a bone to pick with GCW and has some criticism for the company. He revealed his thoughts about GCW and GCW superstar Nick Gage.

Oh my God, please. Please! Awful … You had the CZW garbage bag wrestlers; you have the GCW garbage bag wrestlers all trying to ride the coattails or capture some of the glory of what ECW created back in the day. Your company will never be ECW; your wrestlers will never be ECW wrestlers. Please, stop. Do something different. And here’s the thing, these companies like GCW, they have no backbone because they stay away from the guys they know can truly expose them.

The veteran has quite a lot against GCW, as he later called out Nick Gage. He accused him of having no courage to show up to face Ray along with others from the GCW roster. He credited Mance Warner for eliminating him in the end. However, he called Gage a “p*ssy.”


Nick Gage had the balls to show up at Starrcast with all the GCW guys? Mind you, I eliminated every single one of them. Yeah, Mance Warner got the best of me at the end of the day; good job, Mance, but I eliminated every GCW guy. You saw Nick Gage come to the battle royal. You see Nick Gage get in the Battle Royal with me? Why not? Because he’s a pu**y. If Nick Gage truly wanted a piece of me, he would have been in the ring.

Bully Ray might just be frustrated over his loss, but it appears he wants to take on Nick Gage. AEW has been working extensively with Nick Gage. With Gage being pretty regular with appearing at various pro-wrestling platforms, Bully Ray might be planning to take on Gage.

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Nitish Vashishtha

Nitish Vashishtha is a freelance writer/contributor from India. He’s written content for companies like ScoopWhoop and Sportskeeda. He’s been writing about pop-culture, current affairs and pro-wrestling since 2017.

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