Bubba Ray Dudley could have a heel turn and big singles run

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The Dudley Boyz announced what seemed like their retirement from the WWE earlier this week, bowing out on Monday Night Raw by getting one last 3D in before being taken out by Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows.

Both of the Dudleyz tweeted about leaving the WWE and saying thank you for the year they spent back in the company, but something didn't seem quite right.

And those that thought something was off may well have a point, with one of the Dudleyz potentially set for a singles run.


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According to a report from Eric Arrington of the Daily Wrestling News, the WWE are interested in doing a heel turn with Bubba Ray.

"No word yet on what that would mean for D-Von Dudley but some feel that WWE waited too long to capitalize off the success of Bubba’s “Bully Ray” character in TNA," the report stated.

During his time in TNA, Bubba Ray had great success as one of the biggest heels in the company - completely reinventing himself and proving that he could be a legitimate main event player in a wrestling fed.

"Word is that Triple H wanted to give it some time so fans would somewhat “forget” about the Bully Ray character before bringing a heel Bubba back," Arrington went on to add.

Unfortunately, it may not go through.

"It will be interesting to see if they go through with the Bubba turn as many within WWE don’t believe it will actually happen, despite the interest from officials."

Lord knows that SmackDown could do with it.

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