Bad Bunny Increased WWE’s Hispanic Audience by 31%

2 years ago by Tempest

Bad Bunny Increased WWE’s Hispanic Audience by 31%

Remember when WWE fans didn’t think Bad Bunny was a big star? Boy, have those people been proven wrong time and time again. Such is the case once again as WWE has reported that his segments saw a massive increase in WWE’s Hispanic audience.

During WWE’s first-quarter earnings call, Stephanie McMahon said their Hispanic viewership rose 31% during Bad Bunny’s segments. In case you didn’t know, that is a lot. Here is the quote, courtesy of Fightful:

“Notably, all Raw appearances featuring Bad Bunny showed an increase of 31% in the Hispanic persons 18 to 34 and Bad Bunny’s total social Impressions during the time of his storyline equaled nearly 700 million.”

Bad Bunny made his most recent appearance in his in-ring debut at WrestleMania. In the match, he and Damien Priest were able to defeat The Miz and John Morrison. He also impressed many with his performance, hitting a Canadian Destroyer on the floor.

It has also since been revealed that Priest taught Bad Bunny how to do the move very close to the date of the show. You can read more about that interesting story here.

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