WWE’s latest cinematic match is set to be the Swamp Fight between Bray Wyatt and Bruan Strowman. The match is scheduled for The Horror Show at Extreme Rules. Now, we know when the match was filmed.
The highly reputable WrestleVotes Twitter account has reported that WWE filmed the match last night in Florida. This slightly breaks the illusion that they would fight fighting in a Louisiana swamp. Here is the tweet from WrestleVotes:
After some delays, I’m told the Swamp Fight for Extreme Rules was filmed last night in Florida.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) July 17, 2020
“After some delays, I’m told the Swamp Fight for Extreme Rules was filmed last night in Florida.”
Bray Wyatt recently reintroduced his first character on SmackDown. This came after the sweater-wearing Bray was defeated by Braun Strowman at Backlash. The rumoured plan is for Strowman to have beaten sweater Bray and old Bray before facing The Fiend at SummerSlam. It is also worth noting that the WWE Universal Championship will not be on the line in this match.
Braun Strowman also seemingly confirmed this by posting an Instagram story saying he had been filming all night. He also said he would be back at work to film SmackDown at 10:00 am.
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