“If he gets that time again where he could devote himself 100% we’ll see him again in the WWE ring” – Damian Priest highly optimistic on Bad Bunny’s WWE return

Damian Priest believes we will definitely see Bad Bunny back competing inside of a WWE ring once his schedule allows

Damian Priest on Bad Bunny's return
Priest with Bad Bunny on WWE Raw

Bad Bunny is a Puerto Rican rapper and music sensation, also he is a 2-time grammy awards winner. He has made it clear at times that he’s a great passion for pro-wrestling in his heart and competing in a WWE ring was his dream. Well, the long profound dream of San Benito did came true when got a chance to compete alongside Damian Priest in a tag team match against The Miz and John Morrison at Wrestlemania 37.

Prior having his marquee WWE debut at the shows of shows, Bad Bunny initially debuted on WWE programming at Royal Rumble where he was brought in as a guest to perform his chartbusting music hits. He performed alongside WWE Hall of Famer Booker T on the entrance stage with pyros all around. Later in the event, The Miz and John Morrison destroyed Bunny’s music accessories and equipments lying out there in agony as Bunny initially rejected Miz’s offer to do a collaboration with them before entering the 30- men Royal Rumble match.

During the match, Bad Bunny came out after realising her belongings got destroyed by the duo of Miz and Morrison. Following this distraction Damian Priest eliminated both of them and then Bunny executed a top rope dive on them outside of the ring.

In the coming weeks on WWE Raw their tag team match got official for Wrestlemania. At the event, Bad Bunny delivered the greatest celebrity in-ring performance in WWE history surprising the entire wrestling world by his near to perfect maneuvers. He also performed a Sunset Flip Piledriver on Morrison at the ringside area with absolutely perfection. The match was won by Priest and Bunny and the live crowd was heavily invested in their bout all the time.

Following this performance Bad Bunny received a ton of appreciations and praise from WWE legends and higher ups alongwith fellow WWE Superstars. But most importantly, Bad Bunny shut the mouth of those who were of the constant belief that celebrities should not pursue professional wrestling occasionally as previous experiences in this have counted as a disappointment for WWE and it’s fans but Bunny changed this thinking forever.

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Damian Priest thinks Bad Bunny will definitely be back in WWE

Damian Priest on Bad Bunny
Damian Priest and Bad Bunny celebrating after their win at Wrestlemania 37

His Wrestlemania Tag-team partner and former NXT North American Champion, Damian Priest recently spoke with SEScoops about when fans could expect to see Bad Bunny back in the squared circle once again. He said,

“It comes down to he had a perfect time in his schedule that he was like I’m not doing anything, I’m gonna move to Florida just to train and completely invest all my energy and time into this. He’s not someone that just wanted to just come in and then leave or just promote something. He wanted to get invested, if he gets that time again where he could devote himself, 100% I believe we’ll see Bad Bunny in the WWE ring again”.

Currently, Damian Priest is a member of The Judgement Day faction led by Finn Balor and Rhea Ripley as another member. He and Balor recently wrestled The Mysterios on WWE’s Main Event show. Rhea Ripley has been out because of some brain issues citing some probable concussion.Due to this injury, WWE was forced to pull her our of Money in the Bank event.

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