NRL Legend Les "Bundy" Davidson Remembers The Days Of The Biff
"You'd have to... get the first one in"
He was a colourful identity in the mid- to late-80s, making a name for himself with the South Sydney Rabbitohs before moving to Cronulla.
And last night Les "Bundy" Davidson joined Triple M's The Rush Hour with MG to reflect on his time playing footy during the days of the biff.
Davidson, who was the first Souths player in more than a decade to be selected for the Kangaroos' 1986 tour of Great Britain and France, was known for not shying away from a dust-up; have a listen to his version of events below.
Davidson also revealed how exactly he went from Dubbo to Sydney and who he thinks the next Immortal should be.
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