The Undertaker has named the WWE debut that left him “blown away.”
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, The Undertaker revealed that Bad Bunny’s appearance at WrestleMania 37 set the bar for future cameos with the company.
Bad Bunny arrived in WWE at the 2021 Royal Rumble where he performed his hit song Booker T alongside the Hall of Famer. In the months that followed, the rapper formed an alliance with Damian Priest, getting wrapped up in a feud with The Miz and John Morrison. This led to a match between the two teams at WrestleMania.
At the spectacular, Priest and Bad Bunny emerged victorious with the Hip Hop star earning plaudits for his performance which included hitting a Canadian Destroyer on Morrison. The appearance was all the more impressive as it was Bad Bunny’s first ever match.
Reflecting on the bout, The Undertaker said that he was “blown away” by the debut.
“Bunny set the bar, man. He set the bar super high. I’ll tell you what, of all the people that have crossed over and done some cameos for us, I mean, he killed it. Obviously it would be different doing the full schedule, but what he did… I thought it was utterly amazing. I was blown away by how good he was,”
During his time with WWE, Bad Bunny also won the 27/7 Championship. It was later revealed that the star was trained by Adam Pearce and Drew Gulak ahead of his stunning debut.
The Undertaker retired from active competition at Survivor Series 2020 after defeating AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36. While the legend has previously said that he won’t be getting back in the ring, some fans have wondered whether Taker could be tempted back one more time for a proper goodbye in front of a live crowd.
However, the main himself has now confirmed that won’t be the case. The Deadman explained that although his heart and mind are still willing, his body has other ideas.
H/t to Sportskeeda for the transcription.