While WWE is putting the 36 matches of WrestleMania, AJ Styles and The Undertaker under tight wrap, during a recent interview, Styles revealed some information about the Boneyard match. Revealing the reason behind the title of the match, the 42-year-old WWE star revealed that his upcoming match will take place in a graveyard setting. And said that they are calling it ‘The Boneyard’ match, because in view of the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis, calling it a Graveyard Match’ seemed very insensitive. On the Mixer Channel he said that Boneyard is basically a slang for the cemetery.
When asked if the match was going to be like a street fight in the cemetery, you wrestler said “Bingo!” And also confirmed that their match would not take place at the WWE Performance Center. Earlier this month, in view of the coronovirus epidemic that continues to haunt the world, WWE announced that they would free the eagerly awaited WrestleMania 36 event audience from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando. Styles also spoke about how fans “blood of everything” on the Wrestling platform.
He said that everything he does is about his fans and if he is not for his fans then he will be nothing. He said that he would be nothing without his fans and also mentioned that he did not want to perform in a setting without an audience. Stiles said that one of the best things about entering the ring for the fight is seeing the sea of people around them. He said that when people make you happy, things don’t go bad. His match with Taker was taped earlier this week and will feature in the upcoming event. Earlier this week, it was announced that the show would be held over two nights. The show will now stream live on April 4 and April 5.