WWE Hall of Famer Bully Ray has commented on what he thinks is the biggest problem he sees in wrestling today.
Bully Ray has been around the wrestling world for decades having plied his trade for several companies as one of the most accomplished tag team wrestlers in the world.
Speaking on Busted Open the former WWE, WCW, ECW, TNA, NWA, and IWGP Tag Team Champion gave his thoughts on his biggest issue with modern pro wrestling:
“The biggest problem in pro wrestling across the board right now is fans don’t care enough about the wrestlers. The characters, the human beings – they care too much about the athleticism and the physicality.”
“So if you care more about a move than you do the person, you’re never going to have the same results that you had back in the day.”
“My biggest problem with pro wrestling today is fans not caring about the individuals – and I’m not blaming the fans on this. I blame the wrestlers. I blame the wrestlers for putting entirely too much emphasis on the move sets and not themselves.”
Bully Ray also recently lifted the lid on Chris Sabin’s TNA Title win, something that Ray says was done as a result of the company’s unwillingness to pay Sabin’s medical bills.