Chris Pallies

Biography: Chris Pallies is an American professional wrestler better known as King Kong Bundy. Chris was trained for the squared circled by former professional wrestler Larry Sharpe at his famous wrestling school called "The Monster Factory" located in Bellmawr, New Jersey. This wrestling school is considered one of the largest and most well known and respected schools for the sport in the World. Chris made his professional in-ring debut in 1981 in the now defunct WCCW (World Class Championship Wrestling) that was headquartered out of Dallas, Texas and owned by it's head promoter the legendary pro wrestler Fritz Von Erich. Chris first used the name of Big Daddy Bundy as a good guy but Fritz had him turn heel and renamed him King Kong Bundy. He won the WCCW American Heavyweight title the NWA Tag-team title with the Masked Superstar and the AWA Southern title with 'Ravishing' Rick Rood while in that organization.
He moved on to MSW (Mid-South Wrestling) owned and operated by
Chris Pallies is an American professional wrestler better known as King Kong Bundy. Chris was trained for the squared circled by former professional wrestler Larry Sharpe at his famous wrestling school called "The Monster Factory" located in Bellmawr, New Jersey. This wrestling school is considered one of the largest and most well known and respected schools for the sport in the World. Chris made his professional in-ring debut in 1981 in the now defunct WCCW (World Class Championship Wrestling) that was headquartered out of Dallas, Texas and owned by it's head promoter the legendary pro wrestler Fritz Von Erich. Chris first used the name of Big Daddy Bundy as a good guy but Fritz had him turn heel and renamed him King Kong Bundy. He won the WCCW American Heavyweight title the NWA Tag-team title with the Masked Superstar and the AWA Southern title with 'Ravishing' Rick Rood while in that organization.
He moved on to MSW (Mid-South Wrestling) owned and operated by wrestling icon 'Cowboy' Bill Watts who suggested that Bundy make the referees issue a 5-count on his victims instead of the usual 3-count. He next moved on to the old WWF now WWE on 1 February 1985 and took on Jimmy 'Mouth of the South' Hart as his manager. He joined "Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan's stable of thugs next in the WWF in September. He left the WWF in 1988 and he appeared in the Richard Pryor comedy film "Moving".

In 1994 he returned to the WWF for a very short stay as a member of the "Million Dollar Corporation" a stable controlled by Ted DiBiase. In April 1997 he moved on to the NBW (New Breed Wrestling) and was managed by Kenny Cassanova.

In the late 1990's Chis opened his own professional wrestling school. He would continue to wrestle on a part-time basis from October 2004 on. Some of the other organizations he has wrestled at one time or another are listed below:

AWA (American Wrestling Association)
BTW (Big Time Wrestling)
CAW (Cleveland All-Pro Wrestling)
CPW (Chikara Pro Wrestling)
DWF (Devastation Wrestling Federation)
ECWA (East Coast Wrestling Association)
FEW (Florida Extreme Wrestling)
GLCW (Great Lakes Championship Wrestling)
IPW (Independent Pro Wrestling)
LOW (Legends Of Wrestling)
MCW (Maryland Championship Wrestling)
MOW (Mid-Ohio Wrestling)
NEW (NorthEast Wrestling)
NWS (National Wrestling Superstars)
NYWC (New York Wrestling Connection)
PPW (Packerland Pro Wrestling)
PW (Powerhouse Wrestling)
TPW (Top Rope Wrestling)
UXW (USA Xtreme Wrestling)
WHW (World of Hurt Wrestling)
WWSA (World Wrestling All-Stars)

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tbd WWE Pay-Per-View: Season 11 Jan 22, 1995 King Kong Bundy tbd
tbd WWF Monday Night Raw: Season 3 Jan 2, 1995 King Kong Bundy tbd
tbd WWE Pay-Per-View: Season 10 Jan 22, 1994 King Kong Bundy tbd
tbd WWF Monday Night Raw: Season 2 Jan 3, 1994 King Kong Bundy tbd
tbd WWE Pay-Per-View: Season 3 Mar 29, 1987 King Kong Bundy tbd
tbd WWE Pay-Per-View: Season 2 Apr 7, 1986 King Kong Bundy tbd
tbd Saturday Night's Main Event: Season 1 May 11, 1985 King Kong Bundy tbd