Bad Bunny is a Puerto Rican singer, rapper, songwriter, and record producer. He has taken the world of pop culture by storm in the last few years as one the most popular artists recognized worldwide. Regardless if you speak Spanish or not, the popularity of his Latin Trap/Reggaeton music cannot be denied. He has collaborated with the likes of Cardi B, Drake, J Balvin and many others. He was the most streamed artist on Spotify in 2022 and was crowned Artist of the Year by Apple Music in 2022. He has also accumulated three Grammys, four Latin Grammy Awards, eight Billboard Music Awards, and thirteen Lo Nuestro Awards. And like many of the picks on this list of the best WWE celebrity appearances, Bunny is a diehard fan of professional wrestling.
Bad Bunny first showcased his love for wrestling by having the "Nature Boy" Ric Flair appear in his music video for the song "Chambea." He then produced a song called "Booker T," which he performed at the 2021 Royal Rumble alongside Booker T himself! Bunny started sporadically appearing on Raw soon after. He won the 24/7 Championship before getting involved in a rivalry with The Miz and John Morrison. Bunny, alongside fellow Puerto Rican Damien Priest, faced The Miz and Morrison at WrestleMania 37. Bunny would then make a surprise return at the 2022 Royal Rumble, where he would be part of the final five until he was eliminated by Brock Lesnar.
Bunny went on to appear at WrestleMania 39 in 2023 to join the Spanish announce team for Rey Mysterio versus Dominik Mysterio. During the match, he stopped Dominik from cheating by using a chain. This moment ended up planting the seeds for Bunny's rivalry with The Judgment Day stable. On the following night of Raw, Bunny was attacked by his old friend Priest. This led to them wrestling each other at the 2023 Backlash event in a San Juan Street Fight in front of a rabid crowd in Puerto Rico. That match ended up being off the charts as Bunny was assisted by the LWO (Latino World Order), Carlito, and even Savio Vega to even the odds against The Judgement Day.
Bunny's commitment to WWE is certainly admirable. In the span of just two weeks, he performed at Coachella for two nights, appeared at the Met Gala, and wrestled his first WWE singles match at Backlash in a Street Fight. You can't help but respect that man's commitment!