John Morrison explained why he believes his WrestleMania 37 opponent Bad Bunny is the hardest working celebrity in WWE history.
Bad Bunny made his first appearance in WWE at the 2021 Royal Rumble when he performed his song named after WWE Hall Of Famer Booker T. He later found himself winning gold in the company as he held the 24/7 Championship he won from Akira Tozawa for 28 days before turning the belt over to R-Truth in exchange for some Stone Cold Steve Austin memorabilia.
From there the Puerto Rican rap sensation found himself entangled in a feud with The Most Must See WWE Superstar of all time, The Miz and his then-tag team partner, John Morrison. He shocked the world with an incredible in-ring debut at WrestleMania 37, where he teamed with Damian Priest to take on Miz and Morrison. Bunny’s months of training paid off and he received praise for the match, in which he hit a Canadian Destroyer on John Morrison before he and Priest picked up the victory.
Speaking to The Delz Show, John Morrison was full of praise for his celebrity WrestleMania opponent, calling him the hardest working celebrity in WWE history.
“There has been no celebrity with WWE that has been as much of a fan and worked as hard as that dude. I understand why he’s successful at what he does.”
The former Johnny Drip Drip also spoke about Hey Hey, Ho Ho, the diss track aimed at the Puerto Rican rapper. He hilariously revealed that The Miz couldn’t learn the parts of the song that were in Spanish.
“I loved it. I love singing, I love rapping. I’m not necessarily musically gifted, but I like doing it. The Spanish was my favorite because Miz couldn’t say the Spanish part. He tried to learn it, nope, not happening.”
Former WCW President Eric Bischoff was also full of praise for Bad Bunny’s WrestleMania performance, saying that the star had a “phenomenal impact” and set the template for celebrity appearances in wrestling.