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Bad Bunny needs no introduction, but he is known for being a Puerto Rican rapper from his hits such as "Tití Me Preguntó" and "I Like It."

Bad Bunny stole the show at the WWE Backlash.

Originally Bad Bunny was set to host the night, but after Priest threw him to the announce table on Monday Night Raw in April, Bad Bunny challenged the Judgment Day members to a street fight in San Juan.

Benito entered the Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot for the match,
to his 2017 record "Chambea" and an eager crowd.

He came arranged for the Road Fight's rough environment with a shopping cart full of weapons such as a waste can, chairs, hatchet handles, and a Puerto Rican-themed kendo adhere he had gotten from WWE legend Savio Vega prior in the evening.

Bad Bunny faced a tough situation during the match when Damian Priest executed his "Broken Arrow" move, slamming him from the top of a storage bin through a table. Priest's Judgment Day partners then joined in to attack Bed Bunny.

However, Rey Mysterio, the entire Latino World Order group, Savio Vega, and former WWE superstar Carlito came out to aid Bunny, resulting in one of the night's most thrilling moments.

With Priest left alone, Bunny delivered the "Bunny Destroyer" finisher and secured the win.

For the first time in over 18 years the WWE Backlash event was held in Puerto Rico and it was a resounding success, with the viewership increasing by 28% from the 2022 edition.

The event also generated the highest gate revenue in its history.

Bad Bunny and Damian Priest's match was trending in social media by garnering over 40 million views. T

he event's sponsorship revenue exceeded all previous Backlash events, breaking last year's record with a 98% year-over-year increase.

Overall, WWE's return to PR was a major success due to Bad Bunny.

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