The 16 times World Champion Ric Flair recently spoke on his relationship with the Puerto Rican star rapper, singer, and songwriter Bad Bunny. The Grammy award winner celebrity had a tag team match at WrestleMania 37, and he impressed all the fans and critics with his excellent performance.
During his previous appearance on WWE Royal Rumble 2021, Bad Bunny had a heated conversation with former WWE Champion The Miz which led to a match between the duo at WrestleMania 37. Later, the match was changed to a tag team action when teamed up with his Tag Team partner John Morrison and Bad Bunny with the new on the main roster Damian Priest.
Ric Flair On His Relationship With Bad Bunny
The fans were not much excited about this match because most of the celebrity involving matches at WrestleMania fell quite flat in past. But this match was quite different from the previous celebrity involving matches of WrestleMania.
Bad Bunny was very impressive in his first WWE match, and it was not any other stage, it was WrestleMania; the Showcase of The Immortals. Bunny’s performance not only impressed the fans, but his pinfall victory over the Miz set a mark for the Puerto Rican rapper.
The nature boy Ric Flair recently spoke with Conrad Thompson where he discussed about his relationship with Bad Bunny. He said;
“Yeah, he [Bad Bunny] did great. Absolutely fabulous. You know, I talked to him before and after and he was nice enough to participate in that A&E special that you’re [Conrad Thompson] in that will be on. It’s gonna air Father’s Day so, yeah. So we’ll get a chance to watch that together somehow but, he’s in that and he was nice enough to take the time out of his schedule. Kind of the story of how we met and everything which is strange enough at WrestleMania, at Raw Reunion.
“But it was great, we’ve been friends ever since and you know he had me at the Latin awards, remember a couple years ago? I had just gotten out of the hospital like six months prior to that so, but he’s just a great guy and is a guy that I think climbed that ladder and reached a level of success that — those are the ones that you really have a lot of time for because they don’t forget you, you know what I mean?”
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