During a recent interview with Forbes, WWE Chief Revenue Officer Nick Khan revealed the company is interested in working with American rapper Cardi B.
"Yes, and specifically the two that you just mentioned. Obviously, there is no touring right now, so the ability to get Bad Bunny for however long this run is going to be - and you're going to see a lot of him - I don't believe that would have existed in a world where Bad Bunny was on tour. That's going to be a continual effort, so we're always going to watch Bad Bunny, Cardi B to get involved.
"It made it a touch easier to get a deal done this time because they weren't - over the course of however long the deal is - is not in 25 different cities during that time. The bulk of concert money is made in the summertime. It doesn't appear as if there are going to be big tours during the summer, even we're all hopeful, so we'll see what other folks we're talking to and who you'll see in the mix."
Cardi B was mentioned on WWE TV earlier this year by Torrie Wilson and the rapper ended up having a short Twitter spat with Lacey Evans.