RAP superstar Bad Bunny is reportedly in training to become a WWE wrestler and could compete at WrestleMania 37.
The 26-year-old, the most streamed artist on Spotify globally, was a guest at Sunday’s Royal Rumble and performed his hit song ‘Booker T’.
But it was not just his musical abilities that the musician got to demonstrate to the world.
He became embroiled in a row backstage with the Miz and Morrison, with the former destroying Bad Bunny’s set at the Rumble.
That led to the Puerto Rican artist marching to the ring, distracting the duo so that Damien Priest could eliminate them, before he climbed the ropes and hit a crossbody splash.
Bad Bunny then appeared on Monday Night Raw and continued his budding relationship with Priest at the expense of Miz and Morrison.
Now it looks like this is just not a one-off appearance in the ring for the man who starred alongside Shakira and Jennifer Lopez at last year’s Super Bowl Half Time Show.
According to Mike Johnson of PWInsider, Bad Bunny is in talks for a potential match at WrestleMania 37 in April.
He states a number of people within the company are pitching for him to actually wrestle at the Showcase of the Immortals.
And it seems the experienced veterans Miz and Morrison will be his likely opponents, with Priest almost certain to be his partner rather than just a straight singles bout.
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And the music mega-star has already begun training at WWE’s Performance Center in Orlando on Tuesday.
Bad Bunny, who became the first Latin urban music artist on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, certainly appeared to enjoy himself over the weekend.
And he wasted no time in sharing snaps of him and WWE Hall of Famer Booker T and chief Triple H afterwards on social media.