This week's Wrestling Observer Newsletter includes a writeup on WWE's WrestleMania 36 tapings, which went down at the Performance Center, Full Sail University, and on set elsewhere in Orange County, Florida, over Wednesday and Thursday.
WWE has now taped all content through 9 April, which is when the county's "stay at home" order is currently set to expire. This includes every show up to the Raw after WrestleMania (6 April) and several weeks worth of content for NXT.
At least one match was taped outside of Full Sail and the PC, with Meltzer noting that The Undertaker and AJ Styles' Boneyard Match was filmed on location. John Cena vs. 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt may have been given similar treatment. It is believed that Styles vs. 'Taker went down in a cemetery-like setting, with AJ shedding light on the stipulation on a recent live stream.
While Roman Reigns and other unnamed talents have been pulled from the card, it is stated that 16 matches will still go down over WrestleMania 36's two broadcasts, the first of which hits the Network on Saturday 4 April.
Specific match spoilers are yet to emerge from the tapings. Here's hoping it stays that way for as long as possible.
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