WWE legend Triple H praises pop superstar Bad Bunny for epic WrestleMania 37 performance who has 'earned my respect'

WWE legend Triple H praises pop superstar Bad Bunny for epic WrestleMania 37 performance who has 'earned my respect'

April 12, 2021

TRIPLE H praised Bad Bunny for his WrestleMania 37 performance and said the pop superstar 'earned my respect'.

The recording artist featured on night one of Mania 37 in Tampa, Florida.


He partnered up with Damian Priest and took on The Miz and John Morrison.

At one point, he even took to the top rope and flew into The Miz and Morrison.

Bad Bunny ended up pinning former WWE champion The Miz, to amazingly win the match.

Afterwards WWE legend and current Executive Vice President of Global Talent Strategy, Triple H congratulated the singer on Twitter.

He posted: "[email protected]’s performance at #WrestleMania was simply … awesome.

"His months of incredibly hard work and grind in preparation for his performance showed his respect and dedication to @WWE and to our fans.

"He has truly earned all of our #Respect!"

Randy Orton, who beat The Fiend, was also quick to support Bad Bunny – real name Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio.

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Orton said on WWE The Bump, via Wrestling Inc: “For the first time, in this manner, I can say seeing Bad Bunny come into our world.

"Seeing him completely halt his touring schedule, his music, any kind of thing he had going on, he stopped it dead in its tracks so he could go in the ring.

"I’ve seen him in there with trainers trying to get as good as he can get. Two, three, four, five hours a day. That impresses me.

“I gotta say thank you to Bad Bunny for having respect for what I do and what everyone else in the locker room does, and what WWE does.

"I appreciate him, as a fan, but now I can look over at him and call him a fellow performer in my world.

"It’s a breath of fresh air to know someone like that, with that big of a following, that successful in his own world, steps into our world but treats us all with respect.

"That’s usually not the case when it comes to people coming backstage into our world. I’ve seen it a lot over the years."

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