Bad Bunny performs with the 24/7 title on Saturday Night Live



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Bad Bunny performs with the 24/7 title on Saturday Night Live

Ever since he started collaborating with WWE, Bad Bunny has done nothing but talk about himself for his passionate approach to the discipline. First the music video with Booker T, then the appearance at the Royal Rumble with a lot of flight from the third rope that went around the web, and recently the sensational victory of the 24/7 title against Akira Tozawa.

The well-known rapper has a not indifferent media following and the merchandising that WWE has prepared in his honor has set the sales record. The big publicity for the Stamford-based Company continued in the latest episode of Saturday Night Live, America's number one talk show, where Bad Bunny sang "Te Deseo lo Mejor", performing with the WWE 24/7 Championship.

Bad Bunny to wrestle at WrestleMania 37 alongside Damian Priest?

In short, although Bad Bunny has very little to do with the world of wrestling, it is doing everything to represent it at its best. Some athletes would not seem to have taken his space on the main roster to genius, but Triple H has done nothing but praise the rapper, stating that he is doing everything to be one of the boys.

As with Pat McAfee, it is very likely that Bad Bunny will also be able to train at the Performance Center in Orlando and prepare for a real debut in the ring. According to the latest rumors, in fact, he should team up with Damian Priest at this year's WrestleMania and fight for the couple titles on Monday Night Raw.

Hall of Famer Arn Anderson, who has been working for AEW for several months, also intervened on the matter, who said he knew nothing about Bad Bunny and wanted to see a wrestling show in which Hollywood celebrities or from other fields do not steal space for the talents on the roster.

SNL airs on NBC, which is why Bad Bunny's performance with the 24/7 title on the show was a convenient publicity move made by both parties. Bad Bunny's recent association with WWE kickstarted at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view.

While the rapper was initially scheduled to perform at the event, he eventually got involved in a storyline with The Miz and John Morrison. Former NXT star, Damian Priest, has also acted as Bad Bunny's onscreen ally on WWE RAW.

Priest's main roster debut received a lot of attention thanks to the rapper's presence by his side. It is rumored that Bad Bunny and Priest's storyline with The Miz and Morrison could culminate at The Grandest Stage of Them All, WrestleMania.