Newly minted Grammy winner Bad Bunny is taking his talents to Florida, but not for a concert tour.

Instead, the Puerto Rican singer will take the stage at Wrestlemania, making his in-ring debut against The Miz at The Showcase of the Immortals, WWE announced Monday.

Bad Bunny, born Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, accepted The Miz’s invitation with a bang during Monday night’s “RAW,” when he smashed the two-time Grand Slam champion in the back with a guitar.

“I accept your challenge, b—h,” the 24-year-old singer shouted from ringside. “I will see you at Wrestlemania.”

Bad Bunny, who just won a Grammy for best Latin pop or urban album for “YHLQMDLG,” has been making occasional appearances on WWE since the Royal Rumble in late January. A few weeks later, he won the WWE 24/7 championship belt, wearing it for his “Saturday Night Live” performance before trading it to R-Truth for Steve Austin memorabilia.

For the second year in a row, Wrestlemania will be a two-night event, this time from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, on April 10 and 11.

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