Undertaker and The Game will face each other for the last time ever and end their legendary rivalry which began during the Attitude Era in the late 90s and continued at WrestleMania 27 and 28.
Taker beat The King of Kings in all three of their WrestleMania matches but Stone Cold expects his former tag team partner to put together the right game plan and finally take down The Deadman Down Under.
Austin said: “If you’re ready to see The Undertaker vs Triple H for the last time ever, gimme a hell yeah.
“You can damn well bet Stone Cold Steve Austin is gonna have his eyes glued to the screen on the WWE Network as these two legends go toe-to-toe.
“The Undertaker has always had Triple H’s number. However, this time I believe that The Game has put together the right game plan to take down The Undertaker.
“I’m calling it right here, right now. Pedigree, one, two, three, Triple H with the win. And that’s the bottom line cause Stone Cold said so.”
Triple H recently revealed that he initially refused to face The Phenom one more time as he felt their rivalry ended at WrestleMania 28 in a Hell in a Cell Match, which was branded as End of an Era.
However, the 14-time world champion changed his mind and decided that he will face Undertaker one last time as he wants to relive their glory days.
Triple H said during RAW after SummerSlam: “When Vince called me a couple of weeks ago and said, ‘Hey, I just finished up the deal with Paul Dainty [President and CEO of TEG Dainty] in Australia and we would like you to wrestle there’. I said, ‘Hell yeah’.
“And then he said, ‘And we would like you to step into the ring against The Undertaker’. And I said, ‘Hell no’.
“But for a different reason than all of you think. Because the truth is, of all the great things I’ve been lucky enough to do in my career, all of the moments that I’ve had, there’s one that stands out head and shoulders against all the others.
“It’s a moment that’s ingrained in my brain and will never come out. It’s a moment at the end of a Hell in a Cell Match between me and The Undertaker.
“The match was billed as ‘The End of an Era’ and myself, The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels stood on the top of that ramp at the end of that night.
“So I will say this, that moment is about as real as it gets in this business. That is a moment between the three of us of mutual respect that none of us will ever forget.
“I’m standing there with freaking Shawn Michaels and The Undertaker, two of the biggest icons in this business ever. Two guys, arguably, who you can say are as absolutely responsible as anybody for all of this.
“But that moment changed us, it changed the three of us in a way we didn’t expect. We knew it was the end of an era, but not like that.
“It did something to us inside where after this happened Shawn Michaels was gone, the Streak would be dead, The Undertaker would put his hat and gloves in the middle of this ring and would disappear; and I would cut off that tape, I would take off my boots, I’d put this suit on and I would leave. And it would be over. All of it was over. The era had ended.
“For the three of us it changed, everything changed. The sound was gone, the feeling was gone, the goosebumps that we would all get was gone, it was the end of an era and I gotta tell you without sounding like a bitter veteran; our era was something special.
“So for the same reason that I said no, I picked up the phone and I called Vince back and I said, ‘Call Dainty in Australia and tell him I’m in’.
“I will take off this suit, I will lace up my boots and I will be The Game again if The Undertaker will pick up that hat, put on those gloves and be The Phenom one more time.”