Don’t mess with the rabbit. WWE has posted a new video to its YouTube channel in which they show the full match between Bad Bunny & Damian Priest vs. The Miz & John Morrison From WrestleMania 37 Night 1.
You can see the match in its entirety below:
Priest looked to start the match until The Awesome One taunted Bad Bunny, asking the recording star if he was scared. Not one to back down, Bunny tagged into the match and caught Miz with two right hands, then tackled the former WWE Champion to the canvas. The Miz looked embarrassed after Bad Bunny sent him flying to the outside with an arm drag. Bad Bunny showed impressive skill, whether it was a La Magistral cradle or a flying headscissors that sent JoMo for a ride.
But Miz & Morrison quickly turned the tables on Bunny after Morrison caught him with an elbow in the corner, then Miz cheapshotted him from the apron behind the referee’s back. The Awesome One and The Guru of Greatness clearly had the upper hand on Bad Bunny as they worked him over on the canvas, taunting Priest and the WWE Universe all the while.
However, Bunny had enough wherewithal to catch Miz off-guard with a tornado DDT out of the corner, giving him an opening to crawl back to his corner and finally tag Priest. The Archer of Infamy sprang into action, taking on Miz & Morrison by himself. Bad Bunny joined him back in the ring for a pair of Falcon Arrows in stereo, then leapt off the top rope onto Miz & JoMo at ringside. The Miz nearly snuck out of WrestleMania with the victory after reversing Priest’s Reckoning into the Skull-Crushing Finale, but Bunny made the save at the last second.
This was awesome and Bad Bunny is without a doubt one of the best non-WWE performers to compete inside the squared circle. It is obvious that he has a passion for professional wrestling and took his training seriously. He came prepared, ready to go, sold like a professional, and completely looked the part. I hope that we seem in another WWE match sometime in the future; he’s earned that right!
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