Paige and Paquette Rip Bully Ray for Criticism of Moxley’s AEW Dynamite Promo

Jan 22, 2022 - by James Walsh

During a recent episode of Busted Open Radio Bully Ray declared that AEW superstar Jon Moxley should have apologized to the AEW fan-base for taking time off to enter an alcohol treatment program, comments that instantly caused a backlash from fans and colleagues online. (You can read his full comments here.)

Today…former WWE analyst, commentator, and interviewer Renee Paquette, who is also married to Moxley, responded to Bully’s insensitive comments. She writes on Twitter, “Real bad take @bullyray5150,” along with the thumbs down emoji.

That’s not all. Former multi-time WWE Divas champion Paige responded to Paquette’s’ initial post with her own take. She writes, “There’s a reason everyone prefers Devon. What an awful awful thing to say.”

5 Responses

  1. Luke says:

    See? It doesn’t matter how right you are, you need to be sensitive or it doesn’t count…

  2. Mudshow Mark says:

    “It doesn’t matter how right you are”

    You think that Bully Ray is right to say that Mox needed to apologize to the fans for doing what he needed to do for his health?

    That’s entitlement, bro.

    It’s not being a snowflake or sensitive to say that what Bully said is stupid. The goofs who think Mox need to apologize to them are the same once who would cry is if the worst happened from him not getting help. “It’s still real to them d*mmit.”

  3. Luke says:

    Sorry, my bad, poor phrasing. I don’t care about what Bully Ray said or whether Moxley should apologize or not. I was referring to the “insensitive comments” part. I really don’t see the need for everything to be so damn sensitive. Making your personal life public doesn’t (or shouldn’t) mean that you’re entitled to high praise alone. Contrary to popular belief, criticism is a good thing.

  4. John says:

    I don’t like fat Ray but it was funny the little feud he had with don tony. don tony would call fat Ray “p**sy Ray during fat Ray’s run in TNA that was always funny.

  5. Mudshow Mark says:

    I’m with you Luke. It doesn’t really matter either way. Of course everyone should be happy and healthy. Criticism can be fair.

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