Terrell & Terrence, also known as TNT, (February 25, 1995) are an American professional wrestling tag team consisting of real-life fraternal twin brothers Terrell Hughes and Terrence Hughes. They are the real-life sons of wrestling veteran Devon Hughes, better known to wrestling fans as Devon Dudley. The sons have since adopted the Dudley name as part of their ring names and some characteristics and wrestling moves used by the original Dudley Boy team, including the signature finisher move the Dudley Death Drop (3D).


Impact Wrestling (2011-2012)

Terrell and Terrence had screen time on Impact Wrestling during the 2011 storyline involving Brother Devon and Bully Ray where they were regularly abused by Ray during numerous Impact shows. They joined their father's rival D'Angelo Dinero, but later turned against Dinero at Genesis 2012 to aid their father in winning the match.

Independent circuit

Terrence and Terrell debuted on January 31, 2015 at Uproar First Strike! They were defeated by Jon Cruz and Jay Rios. Terrence and Terrell defeated Jon Cruz & Kiko Harris with Jay Lethal as a special referee at PW2.0 Red White And Bruise on July 5, 2016. On December 9, 2016 TNT won there first ever tag team championships defeating That Klassic Tag Team. There father Devon was in attendance to help them win after The Klassics had an interference attempt to prevent them from winning the match. Living in Orlando, Florida, the brothers worked for Florida promotions including Big Time Wrestling, Pro Wrestling 2.0, Enigma Pro Wrestling, and Conquer Pro Wrestling.

Personal life

Terrell and Terrence are second-generation wrestlers as they the twin sons of former ECW/TNA/WWE wrestler Devon Hughes, best known to fans D-Von Dudley. Terrell and Terrence are the oldest of four boys, having two younger brothers named Matthew and Preston born between the years 2001 and 2008.

In wrestling

  • Finishing moves
  • Double team finishing moves
    • 3D – Dudley Death Drop / Deadly Death Drop (Flapjack into a Cutter combination)
    • Belly to Back Neckbreaker

Championships and accomplishments

  • Conquer Pro Wrestling Championship (1 time )
  • USWA Tag Team Championship (1 time )

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