Bad Bunny vs. Damian Priest at WWE Backlash
Bad Bunny made history by becoming the first Latin artist to headline WrestleMania. And he didn’t stop there. He entered the ring once again, this time for a tag team match at WWE Backlash.
Bad Bunny teamed up with Damian Priest to face The Miz and John Morrison. The match was a thrilling one, with Bad Bunny showing off his athleticism and performing a dive from the top rope to the outside of the ring. But the highlight of the match came when Bad Bunny hit a Canadian Destroyer, a move that stunned fans and even some professional wrestlers.
However, as Priest carried Bunny back to ringside, a miscalculated kick led to Priest appearing to first ‘injure’ his ankle, then ‘hyperextend’ it. This gave The Miz and John Morrison an opportunity to target Bad Bunny’s back, hitting him with chairs and other objects.
During the match, Bad Bunny suffered a back injury. The injury occurred when The Miz and John Morrison attacked him with a guitar, causing him to experience pain and difficulty moving. Despite the injury, Bad Bunny continued to fight on, showing the world that he is not just a talented musician but also a dedicated performer.
The match between Bad Bunny and Damian Priest at WWE Backlash was not just historic for the performers involved, but also for the event itself. WWE delivered a record-breaking Backlash in Puerto Rico, with over 40 million views of the San Juan Street Fight featuring Bad Bunny vs. Damian Priest. It marked the most social Backlash of all-time, proving once again the global appeal of WWE and its performers.
In conclusion, Bad Bunny’s match at WWE Backlash was a memorable one, showcasing his skills as a performer. Although he suffered a back injury, he continued to fight on, demonstrating his dedication to entertaining his fans. With his success in both music and wrestling, it is clear that Bad Bunny is a force to be reckoned with in the entertainment industry.