Bad Bunny Shows Up in a Bugatti on WWE Raw to Settle His Beef With The Miz and John Morrison

Published 02/01/2021, 9:23 PM EST


On the latest episode of Monday Night Raw, tensions were high after Sheamus betrayed Drew McIntyre, but things got a lot more exciting when a sleek-looking car pulled up in WWE’s parking lot.

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This car was a Bugatti, and fans knew someone big was going to come out of it. To everyone’s surprise, rapper Bad Bunny stepped out of the big car and looked like he had something on his mind. 

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Bad Bunny was seen last night at the Royal Rumble event. He was booked to perform his hit new song ‘Booker T’ featuring the Hall of Famer himself. 

Things went well until The Miz and John Morrison decided to get on his bad side. They first insulted Booker and got off on the wrong foot entirely. Bad Bunny did not really seem interested in conversing with them. 

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Miz took it further by destroying Bunny’s laptop while entering the Royal Rumble match. Minutes later, a fuming Bad Bunny emerged from the backstage area to exact revenge on Miz and Morrison. 

He ended up climbing to the top rope and jumping on the two in a perfect frog splash. Bunny nailed the landing and got his payback. We need to see what his motive on Raw is now. 

Damian Priest debuted on Raw to aid Bad Bunny

He was seen talking to Damian Priest backstage in a moment that confirmed the latter’s permanent presence on Monday Night Raw and exit from NXT. The two collaborated to eliminate Miz and Morrison from the Royal Rumble match.

Bad Bunny was invited to Miz TV, where Mr. Money in the Bank and his partner John Morrison invited him to a music collaboration. In return, they would use their contacts to make him a big WWE Superstar. 

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Bunny declined, much to the displeasure of Miz and Morrison who were about to put hammer to anvil when the rapper revealed that he already had a partnership in mind. 

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To everyone’s joy, NXT Superstar Damian Priest showed up in what was his debut entrance on the main roster! The stage is set for a Bunny-Priest partnership and Miz and Morrison just have to hold out on that Grammy Award. 

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Luke Dias

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Luke Dias is a senior WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports, having published more than 1000 articles on professional wrestling. Having completed courses in Advanced Writing from the University of California and Media and Ethics from the University of Amsterdam, Luke is currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in Journalism from Xavier’s College. His tremendous knowledge of WWE history enables him to make past connections, adding depth to the articles.

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