WWE is saddened to learn that King Kong Bundy has passed away.https://t.co/SNrSunQYeQ
— WWE (@WWE) March 5, 2019
At over 450 pounds, standing 6-foot-4, Bundy made a splashing wrestling debut in 1981 as a heel in the then-known World Wrestling Federation. He would experience some tremendous success in the company during the ‘80s and ‘90s, and is probably most known for his incredible Wrestlemania 2 main event, where he faced Hulk Hogan in a steel cage for the WWF World Heavyweight Championship.
The announcement was made via social media, as David Herro, Pallies’ long-time friend placed a post on Facebook regarding Bundy’s death.
No details as of yet around the reason behind the WWE legend’s passing; however, WNZ will keep you posted if any information is released regarding this.
– Many WWE fans were ecstatic when Alexa Bliss officially returned to in-ring action at the 2019 Royal Rumble event. Sadly, Little Miss Bliss has not participated in much matches since, and has been seen on WWE television within non-action roles as of late. In fact, she hasn’t been doing any house shows as well, which has many within the WWE Universe worried.
— WWE (@WWE) March 1, 2019
Wrestling Observer Radio’s Dave Meltzer recently chimed in on Bliss’ status, and the news is not good. It seems Alexa is currently injured once again; however there is little information around what she is suffering from and the severity of her injury this time around.
With Bliss losing so much in-ring time in the recent past, here’s hoping Five Feet of Fury gets on the mend and soon. She was out for a long while leading up to the Royal Rumble, thanks to concussion issues. Wrestlemania is a mere four weeks away, and it is an event no superstar wants to miss.