Bad Bunny reveals he feared for his life after being forcefully thrown onto a table in his recent WWE match.

Bad Bunny

Bad Bunny, the popular singer, recently had a WWE match in Puerto Rico and revealed that he thought he was going to die during the intense encounter. The event, called “Backlash,” marked WWE’s return to Puerto Rico after 16 years.

During the match, Bad Bunny, whose real name is Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, faced off against Damian Priest in a “San Juan Street Fight.” The match was action-packed and included a moment where Bad Bunny was slammed through a table. Reflecting on the experience in an interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music, Bad Bunny admitted that he got hurt and felt genuine fear during the match.

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He described feeling the impact on his back and his entire body, saying he genuinely believed he was going to die after the match. Despite his fear, Bad Bunny acknowledged that being in such intense situations is part of the wrestling world. He also mentioned his upcoming song release, highlighting his dedication to his craft and his fearless nature.

Setting aside the fear and potential danger, Bad Bunny expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to perform in front of his fellow Puerto Ricans. He described the event as one of the biggest and best moments of his life. The energy from the audience and the overall experience made it unforgettable for him. He compared it to his WrestleMania debut in 2021, emphasizing that the “Backlash” fight in Puerto Rico took it to another level.

In summary, Bad Bunny opened up about his WWE match in Puerto Rico, admitting that he thought he was going to die during the intense encounter. Despite the fear and injuries, he expressed gratitude for the opportunity and the incredible energy from the audience, considering it as one of the biggest moments in his life.

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