The first night of WrestleMania 36 closed out with the “Boneyard Match” between AJ Styles and The Undertaker. The match was well received and included some pretty great moments.

According to a report from What Culture, WWE filmed the Boneyard Match in Florida, and that it took the company five days to set up production for filming the match. In addition, it was said that it took about eight hours to shoot the entire match.

It was also said that the experience for the production crew was a positive one, and that WWE treated everyone well.

One of the more memorable shots from the match was the spot with AJ Styles gloved hand coming up out of the dirt, which was apparently a spot that was pitched by The Undertaker. Apparently, The Undertaker and Michael Hayes had found a hand prop and had wanted to figure out a way to incorporate it into the match. The Undertaker then pitched the idea to have the hand be reaching up out of the dirt, which was what they ended up going with for the spot.

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