Bad Bunny continues to love THIS BUSINESS.
Bad Bunny appeared on HBO's The Shop with LeBron James and the discussion, which was largely centered around the career of other guest Jay-Z, briefly turned to wrestling and Bunny's match at WrestleMania 37.
Bunny was asked if it was real, to which he replied, "It's real. It's 100% real. It's insane, the work. Learning, the first day, they would teach me how to fall and bump. I said, 'How can they do this 20-30 years?' It's crazy, but I love it."
Bunny called WrestleMania 37 "the best moment of his life" and when asked about his training, he said, "I moved to Orlando for three months and trained every day. I didn't record any songs or do any music."
Bunny received high marks from those in WWE, not only for his performance at WrestleMania, but for dedicating himself to training as much as he did.
The Grammy Award winner is also now #DeadmanApproved.
He also received praise from Aleister Black who commended the fact that he never complained once and showed up every week along with all the other performers.
Trained with Coach Smiley, Adam Pearce and Drew Gulak tirelessly. Every week showed up when we were also there.— Devil's Blood (@WWEAleister) May 29, 2021
Following his WrestleMania 37 match, where he teamed with Damian Priest to defeat The Miz & John Morrison, Randy Orton called Bunny an official WWE Superstar. You can view Orton's full comments by clicking here.
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