Wrestlemania is going to see one of the biggest showdowns in WWE history when The Undertaker takes on Triple H, but wrestling giant, Kevin Nash, doesn’t think this means we will see the last of either of them.

Nash himself made his own return to the ring for the Royal Rumble in 2011 as Diesel to tremendous support from his fans and subsequently stopped CM Punk lifting the WWE title at SummerSlam later in the year which resulted in weeks of feud on Raw when his focus turned to Triple H instead.

Close pal of both contenders, Nash thinks that by adding Shawn Michaels and the cell to the battle to be held in Miami in just a few weeks, this battle is going to supersede even the epic clash of these two titans in 2011.

Paul Levesque, aka Triple H is now a huge presence behind the scenes in WWE and Nash thinks this is going to put added pressure on him as a contender. He says of the two fighters ‘Mark's beat up, like we all are. I know Paul's beat up. His job is behind the scenes and in the office… it's added responsibility and I think that puts a ton of pressure on him’

But Nash goes on to say that he believes either contender could win this bout with both contestants ready to pull one out of the hat for such a colossal event. But he thinks even a loss won’t see us loosing one of the best all time wrestlers on the circuit. He states, " personally I don't think it will be the last time we see either one of those guys" and we are really hoping he’s right.

Of his own position Nash is realistic. ‘My job's not to be a world champion. I can't go out there and work 300 days a year … I'm a realist. I know my days are numbered in this business, but I think I'll always be a part of it. There's nothing that defines me more than professional wrestling. I still love it."

And with a WWE legends contract and even the chance of one more run at the TNA, the star explained ‘I'm not saying I wouldn't go back … If they had something for me and they needed me, I might go back and do it. Right now I'm starting to get bored!"