Now that reggaeton superstar and pro-wrestling aficionado Bad Bunny has made a few appearances over the last couple of years at WWE events, including the Royal Rumble last month, it was only a matter of time before El Conejo Malo extended an invitation to a professional wrestler to join him at one of his concerts.
This past weekend during his El Último Tour del Mundo 2022, Bad Bunny welcomed WWE legend The Undertaker inside the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.
Dressed in his “American Badass” biker attire, The Undertaker, who retired from wrestling in 2020, rode into the arena on his motorcycle. Bad Bunny watched from the top of an 18-wheeler that was brought into the venue.
Bad Bunny has stated in the past that The Undertaker has always been one of his favorite wrestlers, so it only makes sense that the future Hall of Famer, who will be inducted during a ceremony this coming April, was the WWE superstar that Bad Bunny would want to hang out with for an evening.
Unlike Bad Bunny jumping into the ring to fight at past WWE matches, The Undertaker, unfortunately, didn’t take the stage with Bad Bunny to do a “Dákiti” duet, but there’s always next time.
Bad Bunny fans are still wondering if he will get some ring time during WrestleMania 38, which takes place April 2 and 3, 2022. The event will be held at the AT&T Stadium in the Dallas suburb of Arlington, Texas, so maybe having The Undertaker show up to his Dallas concert this weekend was a hint. Or maybe Bad Bunny just loves wrestling.