WhatCulture has exclusive details about WrestleMania’s Boneyard Match between The Undertaker & AJ Styles. The shoot reportedly took place between 9pm on March 25th and 5am March 26th at undisclosed location in Florida. Triple H & Jeremy Borash were involved in the production, among others.
There was not originally supposed to be dialogue during the match, but Triple H gave Styles & Undertaker free reign to improvise. The hand from the end of the match was reportedly found on set, and incorporated as a callback to In Your House: Buried Alive. WWE contracted an outside company to build the set, which reportedly took 5 days.
It took almost 8 hours to film this match.
— ℜ𝔦𝔰𝔥𝔞𝔟♛🥀 (@RJStylesB2R) April 5, 2020