Grammy-winning artist Bad Bunny, who made a memorable WWE appearance earlier this year, has hinted at a potential championship run in the future and a showdown with The Tribal Chief Roman Reigns.

Bad Bunny made a highly successful foray into WWE earlier this year, competing in a tag team match at WrestleMania 37 alongside Damian Priest against The Miz and John Morrison. Despite being a celebrity guest, Bad Bunny impressed fans with his in-ring skills and dedication to the craft of professional wrestling.

In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, Bad Bunny playfully teased the idea of targeting the top spot in WWE, the Universal Championship held by Roman Reigns. He declared, “My plan is to take the title from Roman Reigns.”

While it’s unclear if this is a genuine long-term goal or simply part of the playful banter, Bad Bunny’s words have generated excitement among wrestling fans. The artist’s previous involvement in WWE was met with widespread acclaim, and his dedication to the wrestling business was evident during his time in the ring.


However, the interview also mentioned that Bad Bunny is currently looking to avoid returning to the wrestling ring due to the physicality of his San Juan Street Fight at WWE Backlash against Damian Priest. This suggests that while he may have future aspirations in WWE, he’s mindful of the physical toll that professional wrestling can take on the body.

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Steve Carrier

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