When The Undertaker debuted in WWE in 1990, Andre The Giant was slowly winding down his career. But as The Undertaker tells it, Andre had a match in mind for the two men before he officially called it a day.
In a rare out of character interview with Pastor Ed Young, Undertaker brought up Andre and how he wasn't a fan of most of the bigger wrestlers.
"By the time I got there, his health was really in decline. He wrestled a few times. It was funny because he was old school and didn't like big guys," he said. "He loved me, thanks goodness. But for most big guys, I don't know if he thought they were arrogant or bullies or whatnot. He had his way with a lot guys that you thought, 'Oh, that's a pretty tough guy.' Andre would set them straight."
Taker continued, recalling the secret that Andre took to the grave with him.
"Andre was always the first guy in the locker room. I'd come in and say, 'Hey boss, how you doing today?' And he'd say, 'Good. One day kid. Me and you. I have this idea.' And he'd never tell me," said Taker. "I asked Tim White, who used to drive Andre around, 'Did he ever tell you?' And he never told him. He was so old school that he thought one day he would get back in the ring and we could do it. So, no one knows what it was. I wonder to this day. Man, I bet it was good."
Andre worked his last match in 1992 for All Japan. His last singles match in WWE was March 1990, months before The Undertaker made his debut in November.
You can listen to the full interview with Pastor Young in the video above.