As the Last Time Ever approaches, Triple H and The Undertaker have taken their issues to a very personal place, with The Game insinuating that The Last Outlaw has lost all self-respect — a “delusion,” according to the returning Undertaker, that is little more than a symptom of Triple H’s “broken soul” and the harbinger of his inevitable downfall.
Though Undertaker believed Triple H’s transition from in-ring warrior to captain of industry may have blinded him to the “demise” that awaits him, The Deadman had every expectation that Shawn Michaels would be in The King of Kings’ corner to help him “outrace the reaper.” So, the legendary Superstar declared that he would bring reinforcements of his own: His brother, Kane.
The result wouldn’t just be The Deadman taking Triple H’s career like he did HBK’s — that is all but foregone to The Last Outlaw. He would take his soul, and with Kane at his back, the Last Time Ever “will be just like the first time. I will put him six feet under. Game over.”