Bad Bunny has been stunning us lately with his way of getting into wrestling more and more in terms of actual in ring action. We saw Bad Bunny hit a very great looking Canadian Destroyer last night on Morrison when he had his match with Damian Priest against Miz and Morrison. Just how much is Bad Bunny getting paid for all of this? Bad Bunny May Be Injured.
Bad Bunny was solely known for his musical work in the past, but now we see Bad Bunny raising the roof in WWE as he continues to get better in better both on the mat and on the mic. What we do know is that WWE paid his way through training and surely helped him out on his acting skills as well.
From the mouth of Billi Bhatti during a spot on ‘Podcast On A Poll,’ Billi stated that per musical performance, Bad Bunny gets paid a very hefty $1,000,000. How this translates to his in-ring appearances, I’m not sure and neither was Bhatti, but we could imagine it’s at least in the ballpark of $100,000+.
Obviously, Bad Bunny is appreciated when it comes to money, but Randy Orton also showed vocal respect for Bunny when he stated the following: “We’ve had a lot of people try to step into our world and do what we do, because ‘everyone can do it,’ right? We make it look easy, but it is not. For the first time, but maybe not the first time, but for the first time in this manner I can say that seeing Bad Bunny come into our world, seeing him completely halt his touring schedule, his music, anything he had going on, he stopped it dead in the ring three, four — I’ve seen him, I’ve seen him, there’s practice rings.”
Orton finished by stating: “I’ve seen him in there with trainers trying to get as good as he can get. Two, three, four, five hours a day. That impresses me, and I’ve gotta say thank you to Bad Bunny for having respect for what I do and what everyone else in the locker room does and what WWE does. I appreciate him as a fan, but now I can look over at him and call him a fellow performer in my world.”
h/t to Ringside News for the transcription.