Speaking with Newsweek, Austin hyped the upcoming Broken Skull Sessions series premiere on WWE Network. The inaugural interview will feature a sit-down interview conducted by Austin with the legendary phenom of WWE, The Undertaker.
Austin, who feuded on-and-off with 'Taker during WWE's infamous Attitude Era, admitted he wasn't too familiar with the man behind the character during their heyday as he was too business-oriented.
"I remember the work and I remember dealing with Undertaker, but now listening to Mark, we didn't get into each other's personal lives," said Austin. "I didn't know some of the things he liked whether it was hunting or fishing or whatever. I was doing my thing, and I was very business-oriented. I had my blinders on, and I was trying to stay hot and stay afloat, and he was doing the same thing making those adjustments."
Austin would go on to say that he is hopeful Undertaker, whose real name is Mark Calaway, gets across his down to earth personality during their two-hour discussion on the WWE Network.
"You're used to hearing him as The Undertaker. That's one of the biggest things people used to ask is if he was alive or dead. That's how shielded this guy was," Austin recalled. "People at the airport would ask if he was alive or dead. Well he's alive, and he has a regular voice, and he's a very charismatic and engaging guy. And very down to earth. You'll enjoy the conversation, and [it will] catch a lot of people off guard because of how laid back he is."
The debut episode of Broken Skull Sessions premieres Sunday, November 24 immediately following Survivor Series on WWE Network.