The Miz is willing to forgive Bad Bunny, but conditions apply.
Rapper Bad Bunny made a big impact at WWE Royal Rumble, not only performing his hit single "Booker T" but also getting in on the action, performing a top rope dive onto The Miz and John Morrison during the Royal Rumble match.
Speaking to EOnline, The Miz, speaking in-character, was not pleased with Bad Bunny's involvement.
"By the way, I was dominating, I think I took out like six people right away. Then Bad Bunny comes out and distracts me. Look, I know that you have to have a head on a swivel when you're in the Royal Rumble match, but not from outside distractions. To top it off, Bad Bunny gets on the top rope, jumps off it onto me to, not only disrespect me but, embarrass me. Not only in front of my peers, but in front of the millions watching at home. So, you can only imagine how upset I was and still am to this day," he said.
The Miz had invited Bad Bunny to be at WWE Raw and he expects an apology.
"Maybe he should come to Monday Night Raw, where we can discuss what happened. And maybe I can make him understand the error in his ways. Maybe he'll apologize and maybe, guess what, we'll do a collab. My favorite part about being a WWE superstar is everyone thinks they can do it. This has taken years upon years of hardcore training to become a professional wrestler, a WWE superstar. To be a WWE superstar, you are the cream of the crop. You are the best in your division. Look, he's the best at music. Stick to music," The Miz concluded. "Honestly, if I took him under my wing, maybe, just maybe, he'd be ready. But, anybody else? I don't think so."
Miz entered the Royal Rumble at number 15 and scored zero eliminations before being eliminated by Damian Priest in just over a minute.
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