Damian Priest On A Potential Return Of Bad Bunny To WWE
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Damian Priest On A Potential Return Of Bad Bunny To WWE

Damian Priest
Damian Priest. Image Credits: Twitter

The current WWE United States champion Damian Priest who is also a former WWE NXT North American champion recently talked about a potential return of the international star Bad Bunny to WWE.

Damian Priest featured in a tag team action with Bad Bunny against The Miz and John Morrison the grandest stage of them all, WrestleMania 37. Bad Bunny was exceptionally well in that match and nobody expected him to perform such amazingly at the event. Most of the fans were not even excited to see this Patch on the card either.

Damian Priest
Damian Priest. Image Credits: Twitter

Damian Priest On A Potential Return Of Bad Bunny To WWE

But Bunny was way beyond Expectations and he was really good. Even after giving a good match, he did not come back to wrestling ever again. The feud between The Miz and John Morrison – Damian Priest continued even after WrestleMania 37 and Bunny was not mentioned much after that.

But recently there are talks of a potential in ring return of the international celebrity Bad Bunny. He had been a consistent member of the WWE roster for over two months. His feud with the Miz started before Royal Rumble of this year. And it went on till WrestleMania 37. There might be a possibility of continuation of the mentioned feud once Bunny is back to action once again.

Damian Priest
Damian Priest. Image Credits: Twitter

Damien priest who is a former WWE NXT North American champion recently spoke to BT Sport where he talked about a potential return of the international star Bad Bunny to WWE. He said;

“Yes. He’s obviously extremely busy, you know, with his tour. We don’t talk every day, and we’re back on the road too, so I’m busy. Our schedules don’t line up 30, and he’s most of the time in a different country or something.

Damian Priest
Damian Priest. Image Credits: Twitter

“But we have touched base here and there, and we hope to get together. I’m gonna try to make it to some of his concerts. I know if we’re in the area, he’d love to come to a show.

“I 100% believe there’s no shot he doesn’t come back. He had so much fun, he loves this business so much. If timing works out again, because that’s what happened, it was just perfect timing for him where he could just dedicate himself to this.

“He moved to Orlando to train. Like, he took this extremely seriously. Time permitting, if he can commit himself again, he would 100% be invested, and he’ll be back.”

Credit: BT Sport. H/T 411Mania

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