The Undertaker has been known to take WWE fans for quite the ride at WrestleMania. Saturday night’s Boneyard match versus AJ Styles, however, is certainly one wrestling die-hards likely will be talking about for years.
The match, which closed out Night 1 of the this two-night WrestleMania 36, took place in a graveyard, complete with lighting fitting for a scary movie. There was no referee, with the winner being the man who buried his opponent in a grave, which was dug by Styles.
The Undertaker fought off Styles’ OC teammates Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows and a group of druids before the battle with Styles reaching the roof of a shoddy building. The Undertaker choke slammed Styles off the roof, delivered him into the hole in the ground, then buried him using an earth mover.
The creativity of the contest, and its physical nature, had many praising the match on Twitter, including WWE wrestlers and stars from other sports, such as 49ers tight end George Kittle and former two-division UFC champion Daniel Cormier.
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