Backstage Reaction To The Undertaker Bleeding
The original plans for the match was not to have Undertaker cut his hand open. Whatculture has revealed that the Undertaker cut himself open while accidentally breaking the window of the hearse. The crew did not the cut the shot and tend to his wounds, and they decided to let the match actually go ahead as they were happy with the way it was shot. Undertaker was ready to reshoot the entire scene if it was needed.
While the Undertaker was never supposed to bleed, and it had not been in the plans the crew was pleased with the shot that they got as it added a bigger part to the match.
By wrestling in the Boneyard match, Undertaker has also created a huge record. He has wrestled in the main event of WrestleMania in four different decades, which is a huge accomplishment.
He wrestled against Sid Justice at WrestleMania 13 in the main event in 1997. He then wrestled Edge at WrestleMania 24 in 2008. The next time was at WrestleMania 33 in 2017, where he lost to Roman Reigns.
Now finally, in 2020, he has wrestled against AJ, creating a rather historic record that will be difficult to beat for any other Superstar.
Now, there is speculation that he may retire, and he has fueled the speculation with an Instagram post, saying that, “It was a hell of a ride!”
While some have said that this means he is ending his career, it seems far more likely that he is talking about the Boneyard match in general.