Bad Bunny se convierte en el nuevo campeón 24/7 de la WWE

El cantante de música urbana Bad Bunny sigue cosechando éxitos en la World Wrestling Entertainment, mejor conocida como la WWE. Esta noche, durante la emisión del programa RAW, transmitido por el canal USA, el intérprete fue coronado como el nuevo campeón 24/7 de la organización.

El título es otorgado a cualquier personalidad, sin importar si es un luchador profesional o no.

Desde su aparición hace dos semanas en el evento Royal Rumble, en el que interpretó el tema “Booker T”, Bad Bunny se ha dejado sentir en los programas semanales de la WWE, además que sus artículos son las más vendidos en la tienda oficial de la WWE.

Todo apunta a que Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, nombre de pila del artista, podría subir al ring y defender el cinturón de campeón 24/7 en el magno evento Wrestlemania, que se llevará a cabo el próximo 10 de abril en Tampa Bay.

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