The Dudley Boyz are WWE Hall of Famers, and the duo changed the game for tag team wrestling in many ways. The two are still active in the pro wrestling world, even though they might not perform in the ring together anymore. Now, they are set to reunite for a special occasion.

The Dudley Boyz, or Team 3D for TNA fans, stands as one of the most illustrious partnerships in the annals of wrestling. They have tons of championships to their credit, but they parted ways of sorts in 2016.

Now, Team 3D is set for a reunion, uniting under the Impact banner for the first time in 7 years. This anticipated gathering is slated for the landmark 1000th episode of Impact Wrestling on September 9, taking place at the Westchester County Center in White Plains, NY.

BREAKING: As announced on @BustedOpenRadio, Team 3D (@bullyray5150 and @TestifyDVon) reunite for the first time in 7 years at #IMPACT1000 on September 9 at the Westchester County Center in White Plains, NY!


Their legacy is further adorned with unforgettable encounters, notably their iconic TLC clashes against The Hardys and Edge & Christian. Now, Bubba Ray and D-Von are about to get the team back together for a special night.

In 2016, D-Von Dudley and Bubba Ray Dudley ventured on distinct paths; D-Von chose to remain with WWE, transitioning into a producer role, while Bubba Ray ventured to ROH. Earlier this year, D-Von addressed rumors of discord with Bubba Ray, a discussion accessible here. Since then, D-Von has departed from WWE as well, leaving him free to do as he pleases, including get the tables.

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