King Kong Bundy wrote on Twitter that there will be a huge announcement tonight regarding his Hall of Fame, suggesting that he will be the second person to be announced as an inductee following Mick Foley.
“Sounds like someone listened to the #Bundyholics regarding my Hall of Fame,” Bundy said.
The 55 year old New Jersey native hasn’t wrestled in over six years however he keeps busy appearing at conventions. Bundy started his WWE career in 1985 and was part of the first ever WrestleMania where he defeated SD Jones in nine seconds.
His biggest moment came at WrestleMania 2 where he headlined the show against Hulk Hogan in a steel cage match, a match which Hogan won to keep the WWE title.
After leaving the WWF in 1988, he returned in 1994 as part of the Million Dollar Corporation but left a year later.