If you happened to enjoy the WrestleMania 36 bouts of John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt in The Firefly Funhouse or the Boneyard match between Undertaker and AJ Styles, then you have several people to thank.
According to Dave Meltzer on the most recent episode of “Wrestling Observer Radio” with Bryan Alvarez, Michael Hayes was the main individual in charge, but Triple H played a huge part in setting it up. Jeremy Borash did help with shooting as well.
As far as the Funhouse concerned, it was Bruce Prichard and Bray Wyatt pulling the creative strings, but there were a lot of changes made by Cena. Those changes were ‘supposedly for the better’ according to Meltzer’s source.
Undertaker came out victorious on part one of WrestleMania in what was a cinematic square off between he and Styles. The Undertaker was all decked out “American Bad Ass” style as he inflicted pain onto “Allen” before sending him crashing down in the grave.
Then in part two, it was Wyatt who exited as the winner as he took Cena on what was trippier than a Willy Wonka boat ride.