Bad Bunny had a great WrestleMania moment this year as he took on The Miz and John Morrison in a tag team match with Damien Priest. That tandem experience was a huge one for Bad Bunny, and he’s already been through so much in his career.
During “The Shop,” Bad Bunny admitted that WWE is “100% real.” That got some laughs, but then he explained the bumps that those men and women put on their bodies. He praised The Undertaker for being able to do it for 30 years. The Deadman also threw out his own respect for Bunny.
Bad Bunny was asked how much this meant to him. It was more than the Super Bowl, and yes, more than the Grammy Awards, too. Bunny then revealed that he didn’t even record music while he was focusing on his pro wrestling training.
“More than The Grammy’s, that was the best moment of my life.”
“Three months. I moved to Orlando for three months. Training every day, every day, I not recorded any songs.”
This caused LeBron James to make a joke about how he wouldn’t move to Orlando. That was a dig at the Magic, who play in the city. WWE also has their center of operations there with the Performance Center which is why Bad Bunny relocated.
Bad Bunny gained a ton of respect within WWE for how he treated the business. He’s also not ruling out a return someday, but he has his sold out 2022 tour to take care of first.
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