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Bully Ray



Real name: Mark LoMonaco
Height: 6’4
Weight: 326 lbs
Date of birth: July 14, 1971
From: Queens, NY
Pro debut: 1991
Trained by: Sonny Blaze
Finishing move: Bully Bomb

Biography

– On February 3, 1990, The Rock n Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) defeated Bob Cook & The Terminator (LoMonaco)
– In September 1995, LoMonaco (under his ‘Mongo Vyle’ persona) received an ECW tryout as Bill Alfonso’s bodyguard. He was hired soon after
– In October 1995, LoMonaco began regularly appearing in ECW as ‘Buh-Buh Ray Dudley’
– On April 13, 1996, D-Von Dudley debuted in ECW, signalling the formation of one of the most dominant pairings in tag team history
– On August 10, 1996, Buh-Buh made his first Japanese appearance, defeating Katsumi Hirano for IWA Japan
– On March 15, 1997, The Dudley Boyz defeated The Eliminators (Kronus & Saturn) to win their first ECW Tag Team Titles
– On March 30, 1997, The Dudleys defeated The Eliminators & The Gangstas (New Jack & Mustafa) in an Elimination Match to retain the ECW Tag Team Titles
– On May 30, 1997, Buh-Buh defeated The Sandman
– On June 20, 1997, The Dudleys defeated Kronus in a Handicap Match to regain the ECW Tag Team Titles
– On June 29, 1997, The Dudleys defeated Balls Mahoney & The Sandman to retain the ECW Tag Team Titles
– At Hardcore Heaven 1997, The Dudleys defeated The Gangstas by forfeit to win the ECW Tag Team Titles for a third time. They later defeated PG-13 (JC Ice & Wolfie D) to retain the titles
– On August 23, 1997, The Dudleys defeated The Gangstanators (New Jack & John Kronus) to retain the ECW Tag Team Titles
– In December 1997, Buh-Buh returned to Japan, wrestling four matches in four days for FMW
– On June 6, 1998, The Dudleys (Buh Buh Ray, D-Von & Big Dick) & Jack Victory defeated Spike Dudley, New Jack, The Sandman & Tommy Dreamer in a Cage Match
– On October 24, 1998, The Dudleys defeated Sabu & Rob Van Dam to win the ECW Tag Team Titles
– On November 6, 1998, The Dudleys defeated Balls Mahoney & Masato Tanaka to win their 5th ECW Tag Team Titles
– On December 4, 1998, The Dudleys defeated John Kronus & Spike Dudley to retain the ECW Tag Team Titles
– At Guilty As Charged 1999, The Dudleys defeated New Jack & Spike Dudley
– On March 26, 1999, The Dudleys & Mustafa defeated AXl Rotten, Balls Mahoney & New Jack in a Cage Match
– On April 30, 1999, The Dudleys defeated Danny Doring & Roadkill to retain the ECW Tag Team Titles
– At Hardcore Heaven 1999, The Dudleys defeated Balls Mahoney & Spike Dudley to retain the ECW Tag Team Titles
– On May 28, 1999, The Dudleys defeated Chris Chetti & Nova to retain the ECW Tag Team Titles
– On June 5, 1999, The Dudleys defeated Jerry Lynn & Spike Dudley to retain the ECW Tag Team Titles
– On June 10, 1999, The Dudleys defeated The FBI (Little Guido & Sal E Graziano) to retain the ECW Tag Team Titles
– On July 4, 1999, The Dudleys defeated Balls Mahoney & Spike Dudley in a Double Flaming Tables Match
– On August 13, 1999, The Dudleys defeated Spike Dudley & Balls Mahoney to win the ECW Tag Team Titles, but would lost them the next day
– On August 26, 1999, The Dudleys defeated Spike & Balls to regain the ECW Tag Team Titles, only to lose them later in the night to Tommy Dreamer & Raven
– In late-August 1999, The Dudleys left ECW in a pay dispute and moved to the WWF
– On August 31, 1999, The Dudleys debuted on WWF television, defeating Stevie Richards & The Blue Meanie on Heat
– On December 27, 1999, The Dudleys defeated Edge & Christian, D-Lo Brown & The Godfather and The Acolytes (Bradshaw & Faarooq) in a Four Corners Match with Joey Abs as special guest referee
– At No Way Out 2000, The Dudleys defeated The New Age Outlaws (Road Dogg & Billy Gunn) to win their first WWF Tag Team Titles
– On February 28, 2000, The Dudleys fought D-Generation X (X-Pac & Road Dogg) to a no contest to retain the WWF Tag Team Titles
– On March 7, 2000, The Dudleys defeated The Rock in a Handicap Tables Match
– On May 9, 2000, The Dudleys defeated T&A (Test & Albert) & Gerald Brisco in a Handicap Tables Match
– On June 6, 2000, The Dudleys defeated Edge, Christian & Kurt Angle in a Handicap Match
– On July 25, 2000, The Dudleys & Kane defeated Edge, Christian & The Big Show in a Tables Match
– At SummerSlam 2000, The Dudleys competed in the first ever TLC Match, losing to Edge & Christian
– On September 12, 2000, The Dudleys defeated The Rock & The Undertaker in a Tables Match
– At No Mercy 2000, The Dudleys won the ‘Dudley Boyz Invitational Tag Team Table Gaunlet’ Match, last eliminating Right To Censor (Bull Buchanan & The Goodfather)
– At Survivor Series 2000, The Dudleys & The Hardys defeated Right To Censor & Edge & Christian in a Survivor Series Elimination Match
– At Rebellion 2000, The Dudleys defeated T&A and Edge & Christian in an Elimination Tables Match
– On December 15, 2000, The Dudleys made a one-off return to ECW, teaming with Tommy Dreamer to defeat CW Anderson, Simon Diamond & Johnny Swinger
– At Royal Rumble 2001, The Dudleys defeated Edge & Christian to win the WWF Tag Team Titles for a second time
– On January 29, 2001, The Dudleys defeated Kai En Tai (Taka Michinoku & Funaki) to retain the WWF Tag Team Titles
– At No Way Out 2001, The Dudleys defeated Edge & Christian and The Brothers Of Destruction (The Undertaker & Kane) in a 3-Way Tables Match to retain the WWF Tag Team Titles
– On March 19, 2001, The Dudleys defeated Edge & Christian (who themselves had just beaten The Hardy Boyz) to win the WWF Tag Team Titles
– On May 28, 2001, The Dudleys defeated The Holly Cousins (Crash & Hardcore) in a Tables Match
– On June 19, 2001, The Dudleys defeated Chris Benoit & Chris Jericho to win the WWF Tag Team Titles
– At King of the Ring 2001, The Dudleys defeated Spike Dudley & Kane to retain the WWF Tag Team Titles
– On July 9, 2001, The Dudleys joined the ECW branch of The Alliance
– At WWF InVasion, Team Alliance (Booker T, Diamond Dallas Page, Rhyno, Bubba Ray Dudley & D-Von Dudley) defeated Team WWF (Steve Austin, The Undertaker, Chris Jericho, Kurt Angle & Kane)
– At SummerSlam 2001, The Dudleys & Test defeated The APA (Bradshaw & Faarooq) & Spike Dudley
– On September 17, 2001, The Dudleys defeated The Brothers Of Destruction to win the WWF Tag Team Titles for a fifth time
– At Unforgiven 2001, The Dudleys defeated Hurricane Helms & Lance Storm, Spike Dudley & The Big Show and The Hardy Boyz in a Four-Way Elimination Match to retain the WWF Tag Team Titles
– On September 25, 2001, The Dudleys fought Kurt Angle & The Rock to a no contest to retain the WWF Tag Team Titles
– At No Mercy 2001, The Dudleys defeated The Big Show & Tajiri to retain the WWF Tag Team Titles
– On October 23, 2001, The Dudleys defeated The Hardy Boyz (Matt & Jeff) to become the final WCW Tag Team Champions
– At Rebellion 2001, The Dudleys defeated The APA & The Hardys in a 3-Way Elimination Match to retain the WCW Tag Team Titles
– At Survivor Series 2001, The Dudleys defeated The Hardys to unify the WWF and WCW Tag Team Titles
– At Vengeance 2001, The Dudleys defeated Kane & The Big Show to retain the WWF Tag Team Titles
– On December 12, 2001, The Dudleys defeated The Rock & Trish Stratus to retain the WWF Tag Team Titles
– On March 25, 2002, Bubba Ray was drafted to Raw, splitting up the team for the first time since 1996
– On April 1, 2002, Bubba Ray defeated Raven to win the WWF Hardcore Title
– On April 7, 2002, Bubba lost the WWF Hardcore Title under the 24/7 Rule, but won it back later that night
– On April 13, 2002, Bubba again lost the WWF Hardcore Title through the 24/7 Rule, winning it back later in the night. He would lose and regain the belt twice more in the next two days
– On April 20, 2002, Bubba defeated Raven to win back the WWF Hardcore Title, giving him a total of 7 reigns across 20 days
– On May 6, 2002, Bubba defeated Steven Richards to win his final WWE Hardcore Title, but would lose the belt instantly to Raven
– On May 20, 2002, Bubba defeated WWE European Champion William Regal by DQ
– At Vengeance 2002, Bubba Ray & Spike Dudley defeated Chris Benoit & Eddie Guerrero in a Table Elimination Match
– At Survivor Series 2002, Bubba Ray Dudley, Spike Dudley & Jeff Hardy defeated Rico, Jamal & Rosey in a Table Elimination Match after D-Von Dudley interfered. The Dudley Boyz reunited after the match
– At Royal Rumble 2003, The Dudleys defeated William Regal & Lance Storm to win the World Tag Team Titles
– At Insurrextion 2003, The Dudleys (Bubba Ray, D-Von & Spike) defeated Christopher Nowinski, Rodney Mack & Theodore Long
– At Unforgiven 2003, The Dudleys defeated La Resistance (Rene Dupree, Sylvain Grenier & Robert Conway) in a Handicap Tables Match to win the World Tag Team Titles
– On September 29, 2003, The Dudleys defeated Scott Steiner & Test to retain the World Tag Team Titles
– On December 1, 2003, The Dudleys defeated Garrison Cade & Mark Jindrak to retain the World Tag Team Titles
– On March 22, 2004, The Dudleys & Booker T were traded to Smackdown in exchange for Triple H
– On June 15, 2004, The Dudleys defeated Charlie Haas & Rico to win the WWE Tag Team Titles. This would be their final reign in their WWE career
– At SummerSlam 2004, The Dudleys (Bubba Ray, D-Von & Spike) defeated Billy Kidman, Paul London & Rey Mysterio
– At One Night Stand 2005, The Dudleys defeated The Sandman & Tommy Dreamer
– On July 5, 2005, WWE announced that they had terminated contract negotiations with The Dudley Boyz
– On September 21, 2005, The Dudleys signed for TNA and adopted the personas of ‘Brother Ray & Brother Devon, Team 3D’
– On the October 1, 2005 airing of TNA Impact, Team 3D debuted, attacking Jeff Jarrett
– At Genesis 2005, Team 3D & Rhino defeated America’s Most Wanted (Chris Harris & James Storm) & Jeff Jarrett
– On December 5, 2005, Team 3D defeated Keiji Mutoh & Akebono to win the AJPW World’s Strongest Tag Team League
– At Turning Point 2005, Team 3D defeated America’s Most Wanted in a Tables Match
– At Against All Odds 2006, Team 3D defeated Team Canada (Bobby Roode & Eric Young)
– On March 14, 2006, Team 3D again defeated Team Canada, this time inside a cage
– At Lockdown 2006, Team 3D (Brother Ray, Brother Devon & Brother Runt) defeated Team Canada (Bobby Roode, Eric Young & A1) in an Anthem Cage Match
– At Slammiversary 2006, Team 3D defeated The James Gang (Kip & BG) in a Bingo Hall Brawl
– On October 9, 2006, Team 3D defeated Double Kong (Erika & Margaret) and Sodom & Gomorrah in a 3-Way Dance to win the HUSTLE Super Tag Team Titles
– At Bound For Glory 2006, Team 3D defeated America’s Most Wanted, The James Gang & The Naturals (Chase Stevens & Andy Douglas) in a 4-Way Match
– On November 23, 2006, Team 3D defeated Sodom & Gomora to retain the HUSTLE Super Tag Team Titles
– At Lockdown 2007, Team 3D defeated The Latin American Xchange (Homicide & Hernandez) in an Electrified Cage Match to win the NWA World Tag Team Titles
– On April 21, 2007, Team 3D defeated The Old School Empire (Damien Wayne & Preston Quinn), Phil Brown & Prince Malik and Scotty Blaze & Scotty Rocker in a 4-Way Match to retain the NWA World Tag Team Titles
– At Sacrifice 2007, Team 3D defeated Scott Steiner & Tomko and the LAX in a 3-Way Match to retain the NWA World Tag Team Titles
– On May 17, 2007, Team 3D, as the reigning NWA Tag Team Champions, were awarded the newly-created TNA Tag Team Titles after TNA and the NWA severed ties
– At Slammiversary 2007, Team 3D defeated Rick Steiner & Road Warrior Animal to retain the TNA Tag Team Titles
– On July 2, 2007, Team 3D defeated The LAX and AJ Styles & Christopher Daniels in a 3-Way Match to retain the TNA Tag Team Titles
– At Turning Point 2007, Team 3D & Johnny Devine defeated The Motor City Machine Guns (Chris Sabin & Alex Shelley) & Jay Lethal
– At Final Resolution 2008, Team 3D & Johnny Devine defeated The Motor City Machine Guns & Jay Lethal in an Ultimate X Match
– At Sacrifice 2008, Team 3D reached the final of the Deuces Wild Tournament, but lost to The LAX
– At Victory Road 2008, Team 3D & Kurt Angle defeated AJ Styles, Christian & Rhino in a Full Metal Mayhem Match
– On January 4, 2009, Team 3D defeated The Most Violent Players (Togi Makabe & Toru Yano) to win the IWGP Tag Team Titles
– On February 15, 2009, Team 3D defeated The Most Violent Players to retain the IWGP Tag Team Titles
– At Destination X 2009, Team 3D defeated Beer Money Inc (James Storm & Robert Roode) by countout in an Off The Wagon Challenge (Beer Money retain the TNA Tag Team Titles)
– At Lockdown 2009, Team 3D defeated Beer Money Inc (James Storm & Robert Roode) in a Street Fight to win the TNA Tag Team Titles and retain the IWGP Tag Team Titles
– On June 20, 2009, Team 3D defeated CHAOS (Giant Bernard & Karl Anderson) in a Hardcore Match to retain the IWGP Tag Team Titles
– At No Surrender 2009, Team 3D & Beer Money Inc defeated The Main Event Mafia & The British Invasion in a Lethal Lockdown Match
– At Victory Road 2009, Team 3D defeated The British Invasion (Brutus Magnus & Doug Williams) to retaint the IWGP Tag Team Titles
– At Bound For Glory 2009, Team 3D defeated The British Invasion, The Main Event Mafia (Scott Steiner & Booker T) & Beer Money Inc (Robert Roode & James Storm) in a 4-Way Full Metal Mayhem Match to regain the IWGP Tag Team Titles
– On November 8, 2009, Team 3D fought Bad Intentions (Giant Bernard & Karl Anderson) to a double countout to retain the IWGP Tag Team Titles
– At Turning Point 2009, Team 3D & Rhino defeated D’Angelo Dinero, Hernandez & Matt Morgan
– On February 15, 2010, Team 3D defeated The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs & Jerry Sags) in a Tables Match
– At Lockdown 2010, Team 3D defeated Kevin Nash & Scott Hall in a Cage Match
– At Hardcore Justice, Team 3D defeated Axl Rotten & Kahoneys in a Street Fight
– On November 11, 2010, Ray attacked Devon during the Team 3D Retirement Ceremony, signalling the breakup of the team
– On December 16, 2010, LoMonaco adopted the ‘Bully Ray’ persona, defeating The Amazing Red
– At Genesis 2011, Bully Ray defeated Devon by DQ
– At Against All Odds 2011, Ray defeated Devon in a Street Fight
– On March 17, 2011, Ray aligned with Immortal
– At Slammiversary IX, Bully Ray defeated AJ Styles in a Last Man Standing Match
– At Hardcore Justice 2011, Ray defeated Mr Anderson
– At No Surrender 2011, Ray defeated James Storm by DQ, but lost to Bobby Roode
– On December 31, 2011, Team 3D were voted into the GERWECK.NET Hall of Fame
– On February 28, 2012, Ray fought TNA World Champion Bobby Roode to a no contest
– At Hardcore Justice ’12, Bully Ray defeated defeated James Storm, Jeff Hardy and Robbie E in a tables match
– At No Surrender ’12, Bully Ray defeated James Storm
– After dropping the TNA title to Chris Sabin, Bully Ray regained the title in a steel cage match at Hardcore Justice on August 15, 2013
– At Bound for Glory ’14 in Tokyo, Japan, Team 3D (Bully Ray and Devon) defeated Abyss and Tommy Dreamer. Team 3D was also inducted in to the TNA Hall of Fame


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