The Undertaker acknowledges Bad Bunny’s performance at Wrestlemania 37. The Grammy winner heaped praise on pro-wrestling recently.
Bad Bunny is one of the biggest musical acts today. A stint in WWE could have just been another pay day for the Puerto Rican rapper, singer. Instead, he put in the work to make his run a success, culiminating in a highly praised tag team match at Wrestlemania 37.
Bad Bunny was recently a guest on the season 4 premiere of HBO’s The Shop: Uninterrupted Friday night.
When asked if pro-wrestling is real or fake, he replied:
“It’s real, It’s 100% real. It’s insane.”
“When I was learning the first day and they were teaching me how to fall, take bumps, I said, ‘How can these people do this for 20-30 years?’ Guys like Undertaker, Triple H and so many others….receiving that pain.”
“It’s crazy, but I love it.”
He also revealed that he trained for three months at the WWE Performance Center and didn’t do anything related to music during the time.
Bad Bunny was asked if wrestling is real and spoke about his WrestleMania experience with LeBron, Jay-Z, Maverick Carter, etc on The Shop.
Jay-Z: “Definitely bigger than the SuperBowl.”
Bad Bunny: “For me, yeah. More than the Grammys. That was the best moment of my life.” pic.twitter.com/C9RQJ59E32
— Frank | LET’S GO MAVS (@THENEXTBlGTHlNG) May 29, 2021
— UNINTERRUPTED (@uninterrupted) May 29, 2021
The Undertaker acknowledges Bad Bunny’s performance at Wrestlemania 37
Bad Bunny’s comments on pro-wrestling caught the Undertaker’s attention. The Deadman made sure to send his stamp of approval towards the 27 year old’s way.
“Well said, @sanbenito. You did us ALL proud at #WrestleMania. #DeadmanApproved”
— Undertaker (@undertaker) May 29, 2021
Bad Bunny wrestled alongside Damien Priest in a tag team match against the Miz and John Morrison at this year’s Wrestlemania. The singer impressed everyone and won the crowd and critics over with his performance. He is currently gearing up for his 2022 tour.
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