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Bad Bunny To Make In-Ring Debut At WrestleMania

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Former WWE 24/7 Champion Bad Bunny will make his in-ring WWE debut at WrestleMania – competing against two-time WWE Champion The Miz!

World-famous musician Bad Bunny recently relinquished the 24/7 Championship to R-Truth, having worn the title while performing on Saturday Night Live, but would accept a challenge from long-term rival The Miz to compete in his first official bout at the Show of Shows.

WWE.com previews the bout:

“Bad Bunny is ready for his WrestleMania moment, as the rapper will make his in-ring debut against The Miz at The Showcase of the Immortals.

“After weeks of back-and-forth, The A-Lister struck a new chord by smashing a guitar over the back of the Grammy Award winner on Raw. The following week, the two-time Grand Slam Champion laid down a WrestleMania challenge on “Miz TV,” and Bad Bunny accepted after returning the favor with a guitar strike of his own.”

The article recalls how Bad Bunny’s rivalry with The Miz goes all the way back to the Royal Rumble, where the international recording artist dove on Miz and Morrison after the A-Lister destroyed his decks.

“Bad Bunny showed flashes of excellence with a sky-scraping attack on Miz & John Morrison at Royal Rumble. The chart-topping performing artist has excelled in countless ventures, but a squared circle showdown with a former WWE Champion presents a whole new challenge.

“Will Bad Bunny be ready for battle at The Show of Shows? Or will The Miz be successful in putting an end to the newcomer’s WWE career?”

 

Bad Bunny was the #1 listened to artist across 2020 via Spotify, taking the world by storm, as well as winning multiple Latin Grammy Awards, American Music Awards and Billboard Music Awards for Best Reggaeton Performance, Artist of the Year and Top Latin Album of the Year among others. Bad Bunny’s most recent album El Último Tour Del Mundo – which features the single Booker T – debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart, and was the first all-Spanish-language album to reach #1 in the 64-year history of the all-genre chart, as well as #1 on Apple Music’s global “Top Albums” chart for all genres.

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