Days After Being Announced as the Host of WrestleMania Backlash, Popular Rapper Bad Bunny Explains His Experience of Fighting at the Show of Shows

Published 03/15/2023, 2:15 PM EDT

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WWE’s constant hunt for new talent gives way to a lot of cool stories. Such is the case with the internet-wide popular Bad Bunny. The rapper’s wrestling career started off as a fluke. In fact, the chance of his appearance in itself was unfathomable. However, things still played out in his favor. This gathered a lot of audience for the wrestling company.

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Not just that, but it also fulfilled Bunny’s long-term dream. The rapper was so excited and happy about this state that he cannot forget it to this day. After he appeared in a recent episode of ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’, fans see him in a completely different light.

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Bad Bunny feels grateful to be a part of the WWE

James Corden is undoubtedly a fun host to be with. The world-famous host recently shot an episode of his popular TV show featuring Bad Bunny. The rapper and his host were both enjoying a ride of the ‘Carpool Karaoke’. During this time, Corden asked the featured guest about how he felt regarding his WWE journey. This whole time, fans have loved his WWE appearances, but his answer made them respect him even more.

I’m not 100% sure, but I think that was the best day of my life,” said Kendall Jenner’s rumored boyfriend. Although even the rapper himself is not sure about his feelings concerning WWE, this is something that he knows for sure. Whoever has been regularly following him, knows that he made his debut in WrestleMania 37. This ‘best day’ of his life was also a genius set up by him.

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How did Bunny enter the world of WWE?

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According to the Puerto Rican, he was a fan of wrestling ever since he was a kid. Why he didn’t try for a career in wrestling prior to this is a question fans will get an answer to later in life. For now, Bunny mentioned how he wrote raps with wrestling references in them. He believes that this made WWE recognize him better. For fame purposes, the company approached him to become a referee or a non-fighting but on-camera crew member. The rapper is now a host of ‘WrestleMania Backlash’, fulfilling WWE’s wishes.

 

However, he won at life by pursuing them to let him compete inside the ring. “So, they ask, ‘you wanna be our referee…’ And I say, ‘I wanna fight,‘” the star explained.

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Are you as excited as Bad Bunny  to see the latter inside the squared circle?

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Kaif Ali

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Kaif Ali is a UFC content writer at Essentially Sports. He is a full-time student at Delhi University, pursuing a Bachelor's degree in the English language, and a sports enthusiast with a deep passion for MMA. He is always your go-to person when you wish to debate about any UFC champion.
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