WWE had revealed the next time that Bad Bunny will be making a television appearance and it is sooner than you might thing!
Tonight on WWE Raw (April 17) the next appearance on WWE television by international megastar Bad Bunny was revealed.
The host of WWE Backlash, Bad Bunny will be on Raw next Monday live from Chicago, Illinois.
Bad Bunny continues to build a program with Judgment Day with his potentially former friend Damian Priest talking about connecting with the star at next week’s Monday Night Raw.
Judgment Day has a busy night ahead of them this week on Raw however as they’re set for a big main event to close the show after an announcement of an alliance between two frightening factions.
Paul Heyman announced a big alliance ‘in the name of villainy’ which you can read more about by clicking this link.
Also, two NXT stars had their main roster debuts at tonight’s taping, find out who by clicking here.
Before the show, WWE announced a massive six man match for Backlash.
WWE’s premium live event Backlash is set to air from San Juan, Puerto Rico on Saturday, May 6, 2023. You can read more about the event by clicking here.
BREAKING: Host of #WWEBacklash, @sanbenito, will be on #WWERaw next Monday live from Chicago! pic.twitter.com/9k3JFNEBYO
— WWE (@WWE) April 18, 2023
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