WWE Hall Of Famer believes he could draw 1 million viewers to AEW Dynamite

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An interesting new storyline seemingly began on this week’s (July 26) episode of AEW Dynamite.

On the show, new FTW Champion Jack Perry came to the ring, where he dissed Taz and ECW, before being confronted by ECW alumni Jerry Lynn.
AEW have announced a face to face between Perry and Lynn for next week’s episode of Dynamite, leading to many believing the plan is to see Perry face off with many names from ECW’s past.
Speaking on Busted Open Radio, WWE Hall of Famer and ECW alumnus Bully Ray spoke about the potential ECW angle the story could take, and how he believes he or Tommy Dreamer being advertised could bring the show over a million viewers.

He said:
“If the story went down the ECW road and I showed up in the right town, there’s monster business to be done there.
“This is not me blowing smoke up my own ass, if you announced that Bully Ray, or even Tommy Dreamer to the matter, were showing up on ‘AEW Dynamite’ on whatever week it was, to come face-to-face and confront Jack Perry, you’re doing over a million viewers. Guaranteed.
“Tommy fits the part the best. Him and Taz were the bestest of best friends, Tommy was Taz’ best man at his wedding. The story is so deep, it’s there if you want to go down the ECW road. If you do go down that ECW road, you will make Jack Perry a bigger star at the end of this story than you can with any other talent that’s in AEW right now.”

Perry won the championship from Hook on last week’s Blood & Guts episode of Dynamite, defeating him for the first time in his career.
Both Bully Ray and Dreamer have remained active in recent months, recently being a part of a feud in IMPACT Wrestling.

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