The Miz expected fans at Wrestlemania 37 to boo Bad Bunny. The WWE star believed that the crowd would be in his favour instead of the celebrity.
WWE Fans are an unpredictable bunch. This is mostly due to the fact that they are made up of various age groups and backgrounds. There is no one way to please them or earn their ire. How one section of fans react to a certain superstar or storyline is in no way indicative of another.
WWE Superstar The Miz learned this at Wrestlemania 37. The A-Lister recently appeared on Out of Character with Ryan Satin where he revealed that he was convinced that the live audience would turn on the guest star Bad Bunny and cheer for him instead. What happened however, was the exact opposite of what he thought would happen.
The Miz expected fans at Wrestlemania 37 to boo Bad Bunny
“I had a blast, especially because there was a live audience. And I expected to be cheered. Like me, I expected to be cheered and him to be booed and when John Morrison and I came out and did our rap song. By the way, we had no idea that we were singing that rap song that day like we found out that day, that like ‘Hey, you’re gonna perform,’ I went ‘With what? We’re performing this?’ like, okay, and then I think we rehearsed like three times.
“Then John and I are backstage, like just rapping the song like making sure that we can. You don’t even know what’s gonna happen when the audience is there. We couldn’t even hear ourselves because the crowd was so loud and so it was fun, it was exciting, and the crowd booed us. And then when Bad Bunny came out, I was expecting booed out of the building because that’s what happens with celebrities, but that didn’t happen. He got cheered. And that just goes to show you that Twitter was wrong.”
The Miz and John Morrison fought Bad Bunny and Damien Priest on Night 1 of Wrestlemania 37. The match has been praised by both critics and fans, many of whom consider it one of, if not the best celebrity match in WWE.
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