• The Undertaker Comments On Bad Bunny’s WrestleMania 37 Performance
Bad Bunny appeared on the season 4 premiere of HBO’s The Shop: Uninterrupted last night and talked about his WWE debut match, that took place at WrestleMania 37 last month.
When asked how long it took to prepare for the match, he said he trained very hard for 3 months straight:
“It took three months. I moved to Orlando for three months, to train every single day. I didn’t record any songs, I didn’t do anything about music.”
Bad Bunny was then asked if pro-wrestling is real or fake, and here’s what he replied:
“It’s real. It’s 100% real. It’s insane.
When I was learning the first day and they were teaching me how to fall, take bumps, I said, ‘How can these people do this for 20-30 years?’ Guys like Undertaker, Triple H and so many others…receiving that pain.
It’s crazy, but I love it.”
Bad Bunny was asked if wrestling is real and spoke about his WrestleMania experience with LeBron, Jay-Z, Maverick Carter, etc on The Shop.
Jay-Z: “Definitely bigger than the SuperBowl.”
Bad Bunny: “For me, yeah. More than the Grammys. That was the best moment of my life.” pic.twitter.com/C9RQJ59E32
— Frank | LET’S GO MAVS (@THENEXTBlGTHlNG) May 29, 2021
Bad Bunny’s performance at WrestleMania and his response to the real/fake question has earned him The Undertaker’s respect.
Here’s what The Phenom tweeted:
“Well said, @sanbenito.
You did us ALL proud at #WrestleMania.
#DeadmanApproved 💀 ”
— Undertaker (@undertaker) May 29, 2021
Bad Bunny also earned Randy Orton’s respect with his impressive in-ring performance (tap here to read).
WATCH: Bad Bunny Hits John Morrison With A Canadian Destroyer At WrestleMania 37:
• ON THIS DAY IN WCW HISTORY (May 29, 1993) – WCW Power Hour
On this day in 1993, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WCW Power Hour’.
This episode featured pre-taped matches & storyline segments on the road to the “WCW Beach Blast 1993” PPV.
The card can be found below:
– Joey Maggs & John Douglas vs. The Blackhearts
– Pat Rose & Burton vs. Bagwell/2 cold Scorpio
– Jim Neidhart vs. Mike Thor
– Rick Rude vs. Mark Mercedes
– Paul Orndorff vs. Dave Hart
– The Junkyard Dog vs. Dick Slater
– Johnny B Badd vs. Barry Windham