WrestleMania 36 is now in the books and the show provided fans with numerous happy moments on April 4 and April 5 in spite of the coronavirus pandemic. Otis and Mandy Rose got their revenge on Dolph Ziggler and Sonya Deville, Bianca Belair seemingly joined the main roster as she helped The Street Profits fend off Zelina Vega, and Drew McIntyre fulfilled his destiny as he defeated Brock Lesnar for the WWE Championship.
The highlight for many fans, however, was the Boneyard match in which The Undertaker returned as The American Badass and buried AJ Styles alive. Many consider this to have been better than any match the two Superstars could have had inside the squared circle, which could lead to WWE booking a sequel in the future.
Triple H hinted this was a possibility during an interview with TV Guide ahead of The Showcase Of The Immortals, as he said filming matches from an off-site location could become "the new norm" and it was something the company was looking to explore further in the future.
The Game said: "This moment in time is changing everything, and I think there are opportunities that we will see and explore now that will become the new norm. So all of those things, whether it's multiple nights, whether it's off-site shoots or different things like that, I think those will all be opportunities that we can explore in the future and we'll see. If they're successful here, they might be successful in the future as well."