Wrestler Poem:King Kong Bundy

NOTAWRITER By NOTAWRITER, 12th Aug 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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A poem about the big massive King Kong Bundy who was a force to be reckoned with in the World Wrestling Federation

Wrestler Poem:King Kong Bundy

He was Bundy he was a beast
He ran through wrestling he was no priest

He kicked there back porch all over that ring
dishing out pain was his favorite thing

He did it with pleasure he did it for fun
He would get a five count and they would be done

He fought the Hulk at Wrestlemania number two
He lost to the champ and his fans were blue

He lost to the Undertaker who is a freak
Bundy lost that match and taker continued his streak

Bundy will be remembered for his tough massive size
King King Bundy he should get the hall of fame prize


Wrestlemania, Wrestling, Wrestling Star, Wrestling Stars

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