Bad Bunny was involved in a memorable match at WrestleMania 37 earlier this year when he teamed with Damian Priest against The Miz and John Morrison. The bout and the award-winning rapper's performance received an overwhelmingly positive reception following The Showcase Of The Immortals and Randy Orton even said he considers Bad Bunny to be a WWE Superstar.
WWE has had a mixed reaction when it comes to using celebrities in recent years and for every Bad Bunny and Pat McAfee there has been a Colin Jost and Michael Che.
With this in mind, The Miz revealed on Out Of Character with Ryan Satin that he thought Bad Bunny would be booed out of the building at Raymond James Stadium.
Reflecting on his rap performance with John Morrison, Miz said: "We had no idea we were singing the rap song that day. We found out that day. 'Hey, you're going to perform.' 'What?' I think we rehearsed like three times. John and I are backstage just rapping the song. We don't know what's going to happen with the audience being there. We couldn't even hear ourselves because the crowd was so loud. It was fun and exciting. The crowd booed us. When Bad Bunny came out, I was expecting [him to be] booed out of the building because that's what happens with celebrities, but it didn't happen. He got cheered and it goes to show you that Twitter was wrong."
Following the match, Bad Bunny departed WWE and his 2022 tour sold out in record time.
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