The Undertaker reprised his American Bad Ass gimmick and buried AJ Styles alive in the first-ever historic Boneyard Match at WrestleMania 36. WWE dubbed the match as Taker’s “Last Ride” hinting at a potential retirement for the veteran.
WrestleVotes reports that sources in WWE believe The Deadman will indeed return reprising the same style that fans saw in the Boneyard match. Chances are that the cinematic showdown at ‘Mania won’t be Taker’s last ride.
WWE’s next pay-per-view, Money In The Bank is scheduled to take place on May 10, 2020, at the Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore.
According to PWInsider, the the PPV location is likely to change due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“Internally, that PPV is still slated for Baltimore, Maryland but it’s being seen as more and more likely that the MITB PPV event will be shifted to another location.”
For what it’s worth, there’s a tremendous possibility on part of WWE to host the Money In The Bank PPV at the Performance Center in Orlando.
WWE’s week-long marathon TV taping begins in less than 24 hours and the company is taking precautionary measures to ensure the health and safety of talents.
PWInsider reports that WWE will change the ropes, turnbuckles, aprons, and canvas after every match. Additional plans include a complete sanitization of the Performance Center during the taping.
“The company will change the ropes, turnbuckles, canvas, and aprons in between matches as well as do a complete sanitizing of the PC to ensure talents are kept healthy.”
Furthermore, WWE is sequestering all Superstars scheduled for the next set of television tapings to a single hotel. Content will be recorded “in waves” to ensure strict obeyance of the CDC guidelines.
“Similar to Wrestlemania, they will bring in talents and have them all sequestered in one hotel that the company will take over, then tape all the material in waves to insure they follow CDC standards under the current environment.”