Bad Bunny partnered up with Damian Priest and duked it out against The Miz & John Morrison in a tag team match on Night One of WrestleMania 37 last year. Bad Bunny’s performance was better than anyone expected as well.
Bad Bunny got a ton of props for his work, and he also truly appreciated the pro wrestling world after properly training for the event. Bad Bunny also said that pro wrestling is ‘100% real’ and this garnered a lot of positive reception from fans and Superstars alike.
Not only that, but Bad Bunny also appeared during the Men’s Royal Rumble match this year.
Earlier this week, the L.A. City Council officially declared October 1st “Bad Bunny Day,” making it the second U.S. city—following Boston—to honor the artist with his very own day. The resolution was introduced by City Councilman Kevin de León on Friday, just hours before Bad Bunny kicked off his two-night performance at L.A.’s SoFi Stadium.
“The City of L.A.’s population is 50 percent Latino, one of the largest Latino populations in the world outside Latin American countries,” de León told the media. “Bad Bunny’s cultural impact will have a tremendous and positive influence on future generations and will redefine Latino culture in Los Angeles and beyond for years to come.”
Only time will tell if Bad Bunny gets booked for WrestleMania 39 when they take over SoFi Stadium. It was certainly an unforgettable day for Bunny this time around.
The councilman will present Bad Bunny with a certificate ahead of his Saturday show. We’ll have to wait and see when Bad Bunny so return to WWE.
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