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Triple H Spotted With Bad Bunny In Los Angeles Ahead Of WrestleMania, But What Does it Mean?
It surely means the two moguls just happened to run into each other by chance, right?
Start up the rumor mill, people. Things are happening.
Bad Bunny hasn’t been seen in any WWE capacity since his appearance in the 2022 Royal Rumble during which he made quite a splash, eliminating Sheamus and Dolph Ziggler before eventually being eliminated by Brock Lesnar. But as 2022 winds down, it seems that Bad Bunny — one of the biggest, if not THE biggest, recording artists in the world — may be eyeing a return to active WWE competition!
Well, maybe. But tell us this particular tweet means nothing:
Triple H captioned the photo with a message that said Bad Bunny “is such a big star that when he drops in to have lunch… he just lands his plane in downtown L.A., eats and then takes off…"
The entire world knows that Bad Bunny is arguably the biggest star in the world right now, setting records with every album and single he releases. That is undisputed. The question on everyone’s mind right now is this: Why are Triple H and Bad Bunny meeting for lunch in Los Angeles in the first place? Is it just two friends catching up? Is it just two businessmen discussing another successful fiscal year?
Or maybe, just maybe, Triple H is actually negotiating with Bad Bunny to return to WWE? After all, Los Angeles is hosting the 2023 edition of WrestleMania, and it’s not like Bad Bunny is a stranger to the bright lights of Hollywood. It would make perfect sense that Triple H has decided to attempt to lock down the man who made his name as the greatest celebrity-turned-WWE-Superstar the world has ever seen — right up there with Logan Paul. Who can forget the past two years of Bad Bunny’s involvement in WWE, which all started with a musical appearance at the 2021 Royal Rumble?
Triple H is a smart man. We highly doubt he’s meeting one of the biggest music stars in the world in Los Angeles — the home of WrestleMania — just for a club sandwich and a green smoothie. Listen, we don’t want to start ruffling feathers, but if we were Bad Bunny, we’d want nothing more than to take the title of “best celebrity-turned-Superstar" from Logan Paul, right? While Roman Reigns got taken to the limit by Paul at Crown Jewel, just ask John Morrison how it felt to be on the receiving end of Bunny’s Canadian Destroyer on the floor at WrestleMania.
But hey, maybe Triple H and Bad Bunny were just meeting to discuss the Lakers’ early-season struggles over a meal of avocado toast and sparkling water ... right?
Maybe. But maybe not.
Something is telling us that Bad Bunny’s tenure in WWE isn’t over quite yet. Whether that means appearing at his third straight Royal Rumble or second WrestleMania in a row remains to be seen, but stay locked into USA Insider for the latest details.
It’s going to be a wild 2023, that’s for sure.
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