This past weekend, Batista turned 50 years old, and in celebration of his birthday, as well as his wrestling career, WWE posted a video of his biggest accomplishments in the ring.
The video of The Animal's biggest accomplishments in the company included when he defeated Triple H at WrestleMania 21 for the World Heavyweight Championship, and when he won the WWE title vs John Cena at Elimination Chamber 2010.
The man himself, however, still wants to add more memories to the collection.
In reaction to the tweet by WWE, Batista teased a potential return to the squared circle soon.
He said: "You ain’t seen nothin yet!"
It wasn't that long ago either that the six-time world champion hinted at a possible return to the ring for one more match before retiring for good and riding off into the sunset.
Back at SmackDown 1000 in October last year, during the Evolution reunion segment, Batista teased having a match against Triple H, possibly at WrestleMania.
The two squared off in the middle of the ring before tensions were eased and they made up, but discussions of this match have been in the pipeline for some time as The Animal has stated several times it's the only match he would return to WWE for.
However, the match is unlikely to take place at this year's WrestleMania as The Game is currently dealing with an injury.
Triple H tore his pectoral muscle during his tag team match alongside Shawn Michaels against The Brothers of Destruction at Crown Jewel last November in Saudi Arabia.
His recovery time from this injury is expected to be anywhere from five to nine months, so there's a strong chance that Batista vs Triple H doesn't happen at this year's Showcase of the Immortals.
The six-time world champion has previously said as well that he sees himself hanging up his wrestling gear for good in 2019 as he doesn't want to overstay his welcome.
It looks as though Batista is ready to end his wrestling career the right way with a match vs Triple H, and hopefully WWE is able to do that for him this year to fulfil his request.