Bad Bunny Says He Had A Great Experience In WWE And Everyone Treated Him Well

Bad Bunny put the mic down and put wrestling boots on, making his in-ring debut at WrestleMania 37. Bad Bunny had been a regular on WWE Raw since his appearance at WWE Royal Rumble, even winning the 24/7 Title.

At WrestleMania 37, Bunny teamed with Damian Priest to defeat The Miz & John Morrison.

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Speaking to WWE after the event, Bad Bunny discussed his WWE experience.

"Incredible," said Bad Bunny when asked about working in front of fans. "Super happy. So many emotions. It's been so long since we've had an audience and for this to be my debut, it was incredible and a dream come true. The fans gave us great energy so we're really happy."

When asked about teaming with Preist, Bunny replied, "It was a pleasure. He knows this. It's been incredible working with him these past few months and learning from his process on how he works. I told him backstage, it was a pleasure and an honor to share this special moment together especially being Latino and from Puerto Rico. It was a pleasure and I'll remember this forever. A moment I'll cherish forever."

Bunny had been working hard at the WWE Performance Center for months ahead of his debut according to Triple H.

Speaking on his overall WWE experience, Bunny said, "Incredible. Everyone, the whole roster showed so much respect. They quickly accepted me. They saw that I respected them equally. The coaches. Everyone, the bosses. It was truly a pleasure to work here. I was able to express myself and give my ideas and collaborate with Damian. Overall it was a great experience and WWE treated me really well."

Bunny impressed a lot of people with his performance at WrestleMania 37, including Randy Orton, who called Bad Bunny an official WWE Superstar. You can find Orton's full comments by clicking here.

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