Change it up. There are all kinds of ways to present a match in wrestling and it all depends on how you set things up. You can get to almost anything you want in wrestling and that means adding in as many people as you would like. Given that WrestleMania 37 is in less than a week, WWE is going to go out of their way to get in as many people onto the card at once. That is the case again this year too.
One of the biggest draws of WrestleMania 37 is the inclusion of superstar rapper Bad Bunny. A huge wrestling fan, Bunny has been around WWE since the Royal Rumble and has spent most of his time with Damien Priest. However, Miz and John Morrison have not been pleased with the attention Bunny has been receiving. Miz challenged Bunny to a singles match which was accepted, but there is still time to change things up a bit.
This week on Monday Night Raw, Miz and Morrison painted Bunny’s $3 million Bugatti car and then attacked him. As a result, Priest challenged Miz and Morrison to make the match a tag team match between the four of them. Miz and Morrison would agree, making the change official. The tag match had been originally planned but a Morrison knee injury caused the plans to be changed.
It does make sense. Check out how we got here:
Opinion: This is quite the relief as having someone to help Bunny through the match helps a lot. There is only so much you can expect out of a non-wrestler being in the ring on his own. I’m sure Bunny has been trained for the match and can get a chance to do a few things here and there, but having two more seasoned wrestlers out there to take the pressure off is a great thing.
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.
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