WWE Hall Of Famer D-Von Dudley Officially Out Of Retirement

WWE Hall of Famer D-Von Dudley Officially Out Of Retirement

WWE Hall of Famer D-Von Dudley, one-half of the legendary tag team The Dudley Boyz, made a surprising announcement that he wants to return to the ring.

According to a Wrestling Observer Daily Update, D-Von, who made a brief return to IMPACT Wrestling programming last week, revealed during an autograph signing event in Monroe, MI that his comeback at IMPACT 1000 was not a one-time appearance. In fact, he declared that he is officially out of retirement and is actively pursuing a deal with IMPACT.

D-Von’s return would undoubtedly bring a wealth of experience and excitement to IMPACT. As a WWE Hall of Famer and multi-time Tag Team Champion, he would add credibility to the promotion’s roster. Furthermore, his presence would provide a nostalgic element for longtime wrestling fans who fondly remember the Dudley Boyz’ dominant run in the late 90s and early 2000s.

While details about the potential deal are yet to be finalised, wrestling enthusiasts are already speculating about potential dream matches and rivalries for D-Von Dudley in IMPACT Wrestling. The thought of him stepping into the ring with current stars like Moose, Eddie Edwards or even reuniting with his “brother” Bubba Ray for one last run is enough to send fans into a frenzy.

When Did D-Von Dudley Last Wrestle?

D-Von Dudley last laced up his boots on September 9th for IMPACT 1000 where he teamed with his long-time tag partner Bubba Ray Dudley in a match against The Desi Hit Squad, Champagne Singh and Rohit Raju. Prior to this comeback, D-Von hadn’t wrestled for nearly seven years when he last competed for House of Glory in December 2016.