*Spoiler* Major change announced for Bad Bunny's match at WrestleMania



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*Spoiler* Major change announced for Bad Bunny's match at WrestleMania

In recent weeks there has been a lot of talk about the in-ring debut of the Puerto Rican rapper who has been in the WWE rings for a few months now, Bad Bunny, who will officially take part in the WrestleMania card, in a one on one match against The Miz.

After starting his feud with the former WWE Champion already at Royal Rumble, before The Miz cashed his briefcase on Drew McIntyre and remained the absolute champion of Night Raw for a few days, Bad Bunny Monday was a real thorn in his side of the couple formed by Miz and John Morrison, with the only thing that saved the singer every time was his friend Damian Priest, who always defended him in the WWE rings and backstage.

Bad Bunny will team with Damian Priest at WrestleMania

If initially, the plans for his match at WrestleMania included a tag team match with Bad Bunny and Damian Priest on one side and John Morrison and The Miz on the other, due to a double injury, both companions of Bunny and The Miz they had been ousted from WWE's plans for the Showcase of the Immortals.

As we reported last week, Damian Preist had recovered from his problem, but Morrison's absence now seemed to be certain, with WWE unable to help but oust Bad Bunny and Awesome One's two teammates. , thus opting for a single contest.

During the last episode of the WWE flag show that aired in the night, however, WWE wanted to change the cards once again, returning to planning the Wrestlemania match as it was originally conceived and therefore as a tag team match.

With a promo broadcast on Raw, Damian Priest has thus opened a match in pairs for Wrestlemania, a sign that apparently Morrison must have brilliantly and definitively overcome his injury, just in time for the Showcase of the Immortals.

Even this other contest, after the one valid for the female couple titles, is getting richer and richer, less than a week from the most anticipated show of the year. Months ago, the reported plan all along was for this tag team match to take place, but minor injuries to both Priest and Morrison left it in jeopardy until the last possible moment.

It will be good for Bad Bunny that he won't have to worry about wrestling an entire match against The Miz at WrestleMania. A tag team match will help protect him from having to do things he might not be comfortable with.