Both the Boneyard match on night one and Firefly Fun House match on night two of this year’s WrestleMania event where unlike anything we have ever seen on WWE programming.
The Boneyard match main evented the Saturday portion of the show, and the more cinematic presentation allowed The Undertaker to have arguably his best match in five years.
The match might have been slightly hokey, but it was thoroughly enjoyable, and it has emerged that it took an enormous amount of time to produce, set up and film.
According to What Culture, the set, which is in Florida, took a total of five days to get ready for filming. The site is also reporting that the match itself took a staggering eight hours to film.
It is important to note that for our enjoyment, several members of the WWE staff and production team risked their lives during this challenging time to get the match filmed, produced and edited, so hats off to them.
Interestingly, What Culture is also reporting that The Undertaker pitched the final shot of the match which saw AJ Styles’ hand sticking out from the grave after he was buried alive.
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