Bad Bunny teamed up with Damian Priest and squared off against The Miz & John Morrison in a tag team match on Night One of WrestleMania 37. Bad Bunny’s performance far exceeded anyone’s expectations as he truly put on a show worthy of WrestleMania.
Not only did Bad Bunny get a lot of praise for his work, but he also truly appreciated the pro wrestling world after working so hard to compete at the event. Bad Bunny also recently stated that pro wrestling is ‘100% real’ and this garnered a lot of positive reception from fans and Superstars alike.
This includes The Undertaker, who said that Bad Bunny did everyone proud with his performance. Now it seems another WWE Superstar has revealed just how dedicated Bad Bunny was.
Aleister Black took to Twitter and revealed that he was present at the WWE performance Center during Bad Bunny’s first day, and Bo Dallas was there. Black stated that Bad Bunny was a diligent student who was willing to learn everything and never cut corners.
“Me and Bo Dallas were there for his first day. [Bad Bunny] Came prepared, came to observe, listen and partake. Not once [sic] gave up, not once complained. Dude is a hard worker in every aspect of his life. Completely understand why as an artist he’s so successful. No cutting corners anywhere.
Trained with Coach Smiley, Adam Pearce and Drew Gulak tirelessly. Every week showed up when we were also there.”
We will have to wait and see what program Bad Bunny will have should he make his return to WWE after the end of his El Ultimo tour in 2022.