Professional wrestler Dana Brooke suffered a nip slip due to her WrestleMania outfit. Here’s a look at what Dana said about the wardrobe malfunction.

The first night of WrestleMania 37 saw some mind-blowing fights, and people could not stop talking about it on social media. Twitter users also didn’t hold back in making light of Dana’s wardrobe malfunction. Following the mishap, Dana broke her silence on Twitter.

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Dana Brooke comments on wardrobe malfunction

WrestleMania 37’s live coverage turned to a black screen for a brief period when Dana had a wardrobe malfunction. Despite this, people could not stop themselves from joking about the situation on Twitter.

Following this, Dana broke her silence on social media by replying to Many Rose’s tweet. Mandy’s tweet read: “My butt hurts.” To this, Dana replied: “Call us “Nipslips”- at least we looked good doing it and kicked ass regardless!!”

Unfortunately, Dana did not land a win last night as she got eliminated shortly after the mishap. Along with her, Mandy, The Riott Squad, Naomi & Lana, and Carmella, and Billie Kay were also eliminated. Meanwhile, Tamina and Natalya were victorious. They will now get a chance to go against Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax on Monday night.

Bad Bunny makes his WrestleMania debut

The first day of WrestleMania 37 definitely had a wild night. Viewers also got to witness Bad Bunny make his debut. The rapper was seen wearing a T-Shirt that had “2032” written on it. The number 2032 is often referenced by the rapper.

He believes the world will end that year. In fact, he even wrote his album ‘El Último Tour Del Mundo’ with the same idea. In November 2020, the album was released. Bad Bunny revealed he had been working on the album during the lockdown.

Speaking to Apple Music, the rapper said: “For a moment, it seemed like it was the end of the world. It’s as if I spent my final tour of 2032 advancing the word from 2020.”

He further added: “I already had intended to come with something very different, because that’s what I am passionate about. It’s about taking risks and fulfilling my wishes and dreams.”

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