A few more backstage details have surfaced regarding the much-talked-about "Boneyard Match" between The Undertaker and AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36 Part 1.
On last night’s Wrestling Observer Radio at F4WOnline.com, Bryan Alvarez speculated that Jeremy Borash might have been involved in helping produce the Boneyard match between Undertaker and AJ Styles, but today, it was noted by Dave Meltzer that it was actually Michael Hayes who was the producer with Triple H being “very hands on.”
The match was considered a “huge success” backstage and it is expected that WWE will have cinematic matches like this moving forward.
As we already reported before, one of the key things WWE wanted for WrestleMania was for as many babyface as possible to go over, considering the ongoing world situation with the COVID-19 virus disrupting everything.
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