Bruce Prichard recently revealed that the one-on-one talk between the duo took place as the Deadman was furious he did not get to tell The Undertaker vs The Undertaker storyline in a fight that was cut short by 10 minutes, while Bret and Owen Hart's impressive steel cage fight continued for 20 minutes more than the allotted time.
"Pretty f*****g hot. He was hot. No, he was f*****g hot. Nobody was there for the confrontation because no one wanted to be there, but Taker did go and talk to Bret just to let him know, hey, he wasn't happy with it. I mean, I don't know. It wasn't heated. Taker's not that kind of a guy, but he did have a conversation with him that night. And, no, no one was there, so there's no witness. The only people that know what happened in that are Undertaker and Bret," Prichard, who left the company in 2008 said.
The Undertaker vs The Undertaker match saw the Phenom (Mark Calaway) face Brian Lee. Calaway and Lee were real life friends.
"The match, because Bret Hart and Owen Hart had a cage match earlier in the show that went 20 minutes heavy, so, all of a sudden, you have a match at the very end of the night with Undertaker and a guy that is nervous as s**t, who in his mind is auditioning for a job and that's Brian Lee, who have their match now condensed into 10 or 12 minutes, whatever it was."
Prichard said The Undertaker vs The Undertaker storyline was his idea and he acknowledged that "the match was horrible". "If you didn't like it, great, you didn't like it. It wasn't everybody's cup of tea," he said.