Damian Priest has certainly made a splash since swapping NXT for Monday night Raw. The former NXT North American Champion made his main roster debut at The Royal Rumble, and since then has been given ample airtime to show off what he can do.
Coinciding with Priest’s push has been WWE’s burgeoning partnership with recording artist Bad Bunny, with the ‘Booker T’ performer also featured heavily on WWE programming in recent weeks.
Priest recently spoke with SportsKeeda Wrestling about his arrival, and had the following to say about Bad Bunny: “[Bad Bunny] is so talented and so determined to achieve what he wants on his terms, that if he wanted to do this, as if he wanted to transition or wanted to wrestle, I’m sure he could achieve it.
“And for me, Hell, I don’t care what I’m doing. First of all, I’m just trying to be on WrestleMania. It could be in any way shape or form, and associated with someone like him and his caliber of status in this world, sign me up please.”
WrestleMania has always been an opportunity for WWE to promote their own stars alongside some of the biggest names on the planet, and if Bad Bunny agrees to wrestle at the Grandaddy of ‘em All, then it would be a shrewd move on WWE’s behalf. With reports of Bad Bunny training at WWE”s Performance Centre, then Priest’s wish may come true soon enough.
For The Archer of Infamy, however, the opportunity may not be his, as some reports suggest WWE Hall Of Famer Booker T may instead be pencilled in to tag with the Latin rap star.