Bully Ray Uses Anti-Gay Insults Towards A Fan At TNA Impact Wrestling

TNA World Heavyweight champion Bully Ray got into a heated altercation with a fan at last Thursday’s Impact Wrestling tapings from Chicago, Illinois. While Aces & Eights was leaving the ringside area through the crowd, Bully got into a fan’s face, seemingly unprovoked, and unleashed the following anti-gay attack:

“Sit down, faggot. Yeah… What are you gonna do? You ain’t gonna do a damn thing. You got punked in your own frickin’ town. I’m punkin’ you out in front of your daughter. You got punked! You invented fags, you fag. You should’ve did something already, you should’ve did something already, but you ain’t doing nothing’. I’m punking you in front of your hometown. You frickin’ queer. You shave your frickin’ chest.”

Bully Ray is no stranger to riling up crowds with his words. Back in ECW, he would walk (and often) cross the line all the time, with several of his promos nearly inciting riots amongst ECW’s mature fanbase.

Both Bully Ray and TNA President Dixie Carter tweeted about the incident apologizing for his conduct:

Bully Ray: “Made an inappropriate comment to a fan in Chicago. If anyone was offended by this…I do apologize. No harm was meant.

Dixie Carter:“Heard @RealBully5150 made inappropriate comments to a fan in Chicago. This will not be tolerated. Sincere apologies on behalf of TNA.”

  • Spawn

    Wth man, This should be encouraged. Going to wrestling shows used to be an experience before. You took what you got and felt good about it. Now it’s politically correct, PG BS for pussies. Involve the crowd by insulting them, they know what they’ll get next time. Wrestlers get heat, become more involved with storylines = higher ratings or bad press = attention = higher ratings. WIN FUCKING WIN either way. Wrestlers aren’t role models for anyone. Fuck role models. Only weak people need role models.