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Bad Bunny may have done better than WrestleMania 37’s The Miz, but that didn’t stop the WWE star from showering the Grammy winner with praise for his brief performance with the promotion.
“Not only did he win my respect, I think he deserved the respect of WWE Universe,” Miz told TMZ Sports. “I think he won the respect behind the scenes. I think it deserves everyone̵
Celebrity appearances with WWE are often hit or missed, and fans can usually tell when someone is just going through the moves.
Bad Bunny, on the other hand, rented a house in Orlando near the WWE Performance Center to train for WrestleMania. All this hard work paid off, as his Canadian destroyer, John Morrison, was one of the most tumultuous moments of the event.
BUNNY DESTROYER !! 😱😱😱 # WrestleMania @sanbenito pic.twitter.com/Ot1EE2tSuO
Bad Bunny’s passion for wrestling was evident throughout the match as he learned the subtle nuances of what makes the most compelling story. He wasn’t afraid to be annoyed by The Miz and John Morrison, because he knew it would make his victory and Damian Priest’s victory more significant.
Bad Bunny announced his tour dates in 2022 during WrestleMania 37, which was a reminder of his main focus. But fans would probably welcome him back to the WWE ring when his schedule allows.