WEE : Bad Bunny appears on Saturday Night Live with the WWE Championship 24/7

By Sebastián Martínez – PUBLISHED ON 02/21/2021 AT 11:54 AM

Bad bunny continues to promote his current relationship with WWE. The rapper and singer appeared last night on the show “Saturday night Live“and shared a microphone with the Spanish singer Rosalía. They both sang the theme of Bad Bunny” Last night “and were a trend on social networks.

However, the moment that attracted the most attention in relation to wrestling had to do with when appeared with the WWE Championship 24/7 to sing another of his songs, entitled “I wish you the best. Bad Bunny won the title on the last episode of Monday Night Raw broadcast on February 15, 2021. It is not the first time that WWE uses this type of promotion with the title, although it has never had so much exposure on television.

Bad Bunny appeared in WWE for the first time at Royal Rumble. Multiplatinum singer Bad Bunny interfered in the 30 superstar men’s battle royal for a shot at WrestleMania. It happened after performing on stage and performing the song “Booker T.” In the actual battle, he climbed into one of the corners and launched himself on The Miz and John Morrison. From that moment on, he began to appear on the weekly Monday Night Raw show and it is even rumored that he will be part of the WrestleMania 37 card.

It was recently revealed that Bad Bunny He is the person with the most sales of merchandising in WWE today. So far, he has earned more than $ 500,000 in sales for WWE. The only superstar to nearly match his sales is Roman Reigns. Vince McMahon is very happy with this, in addition to the great reaction that Bad Bunny generates in his weekly appearances on WWE RAW.

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Sebastian Martinez

Sebastian Martinez
Solowrestling webmaster, former commentator on Neox and GOL, passionate about WWE and professional wrestling