He had posted a number of wrestling videos.
WWE CEO Nick Khan discussed his meeting of hip-hop sensation Bad Bunny and how he was revealed to be a huge wrestling fan during an Inaugural Technology, Media, and Telecom Conference call. Logan Paul was also discussed as Khan revealed the company’s decision to bring in two of their biggest outside names. Read the full article here, and learn more about Bad Bunny’s wrestling fandom on Instagram. Triple H has long been a fan favorite for his iconic water entrance, which was recently recreated by Bad Bunny at a Miami Heat game. Through their Entertainment Relations Team, WWE reached out to Bad Bunny and he agreed to join the show; this resulted in a viewership spike of 30-40%. WWE also brought in Logan Paul who was seen as the “next big thing” at the time. Both celebrities took the job seriously and made a positive impact.
Triple H’s iconic water entrance was recently recreated by rapper Bad Bunny at a Miami Heat game. Additionally, WWE brought in Youtube personality Logan Paul, who was seen as the “next big thing” at the time. Both celebrities took their jobs seriously and made a positive impact, with Bad Bunny’s appearance resulting in a viewership spike of 30-40%. Triple H’s Water Entrance, Logan Paul’s WWE Video. html?campaign=podcast&channel=podcast&source=wrestlingheadlines”>Communications Conference, where he discussed WWE’s success in securing deals with Bad Bunny, Logan Paul, and Pat McAfee, which has increased their young audience. Bad Bunny and Logan Paul both last competed in WWE at Backlash and WrestleMania 39, respectively. Vince McMahon, on a telecom conference call, discussed the introduction of two of WWE’s biggest outside names, Bad Bunny and Logan Paul, into the company. Khan was introduced to Bad Bunny during the pandemic and found out he was a huge wrestling fan. Paul was brought in to create “unprecedented” amount of attention. Bad Bunny New York Times Sunday Magazine Cover, Triple H Water Routine on ‘RAW’. Bad Bunny and Logan Paul both collaborated with WWE and their presence on the show increased viewership by 30-40% and amongst young viewers respectively.
The collaboration was seen as a way to increase relevancy. Both celebrities took their involvement seriously, leading to success.
Bad Bunny Nick Khan explains that WWE brings in celebrities like Bad Bunny, Logan Paul, and Pat McAfee to increase awareness, and that Bad Bunny competed in a San Juan Street Fight at Backlash, while Logan Paul wrestled in a loss to Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 39. Fightful provided the transcript and H/T for the story.