Dudley Boyz - in Wrestling

In Wrestling

  • Finishing moves
    • 3D – Dudley Death Drop / Deadly Death Drop (Flapjack (Devon) / Cutter (Ray) combination, sometimes putting an opponent through a table)
    • 3D II – Dudley Death Drop II / Deadly Death Drop II (Belly to back suplex (Ray) / Neckbreaker (Devon) combination)
  • Signature moves
    • Aided superbomb, usually through a table
    • Double chokeslam
    • Double flapjack
    • Dudleyville Device / Deadly Device (Diving clothesline (Devon) / Electric chair drop (Ray) combination)
    • Sidewalk slam (Ray) / Inverted leg drop bulldog (Devon) combination
    • Whassup? (Ray holds a prone opponent while Devon hits a diving headbutt low blow; when they are faces, they yell "Whassup?" before Devon hits a diving headbutt, after which Ray yells at Devon to go and "Get the tables!", which he proceeds to do)
  • Managers
    • Joel Gertner
    • Sign Guy Dudley
    • "The Duchess of Dudleyville" Stacy Keibler
    • "The Boss" Spike Dudley
    • Paul Heyman
    • Cousin Steve
    • Johnny Rodz
    • Johnny Devine
  • Nicknames
    • "Those Damn Dudleys" (WWF)
  • Entrance themes
    • Extreme Championship Wrestling
      • Highway To Hell by AC/DC
      • C.R.E.A.M. by Wu-Tang Clan
    • World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment
      • "Ollie Stalefish" by Kent Buchanan (September 13, 1999 - March 22, 2001)
      • "We're Comin' Down" by Jim Johnston (April 1, 2001 - March 11, 2002)
      • "Turn The Tables" by Saliva (March 14, 2002 - November 17, 2002)
      • "Bombshell" by Powerman 5000 (November 18, 2002 - June 12, 2005)
    • Total Nonstop Action
      • "Watch Out, Watch Out" by Dale Oliver

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