Bubba Jenkins does his wrestling rap


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Acclaimed wrestler turned MMA fighter, Bubba Jenkins, performs his wrestling rap in front of a live audience in Times Square Filmed at the NYC Beat the Streets: Grapple in The Apple event, 2012
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