Popular musician and sports-entertainer Bad Bunny, best known for a legendary performance in the 2021 WWE Royal Rumble, will be inducted into the venerated WWE Hall of Fame this spring.
Bad Bunny (real name Brad Tunney, grandson of late WWF President Jack Tunney) will be the latest inductee into the Hall’s “Celebrity Wing,” which also includes Drew Carey, Snoop Dogg, Bob Saget and Guy Fieri.
Away from the squared circle, Bad Bunny has a side-hustle as a musician, performing songs about his favourite wrestlers, with titles like: “Booker T,” “The Heidenreich Thrust,” and “Ain’t Nuthin’ But a Shorty G Thang.”
Bad Bunny is rumoured to be participating in WrestleMania this spring, reportedly tagging with Damian Preist to face former tag champs Braun Strowman and Nicholas.
Thanks to his appearances in WWE, Bad Bunny is now the most famous musician in the world, selling more albums than Michael Jackson, The Beatles, and even Jeff Hardy’s PeroxWhy?Gen.