Kane : “My return to the WWE? Never say never, I did not retire”


Several months have passed since the last time Kane set foot on a WWE ring. Despite the onerous political commitments of Knoxville’s mayor, the “Big Red Machine” took part in the controversial event held in November in Saudi Arabia, namely Crown Jewel, where it teamed up with The Undertaker, reforming the “Brothers of Destruction”

A choice motivated by the generous donation by the WWE to the Knoxville Public Safety Foundation. And right in the city where he currently works, Kane returned in January “breaking” his gimmick and introducing himself as Glenn Jacobs, his first name.

But what will become of his future as an active wrestler now that he is busy full time in the world of politics? In response, the latter thought about this in an interview with the WWE recently published on YouTube: “The motto of the Company is always never to say never.

I love performing in front of the fans. I am proud of my last match paired with Undertaker against D-Generation X. Two legendary stable that faced each other for the first time, even if we didn’t get the desired result. So yes, I will probably come back to fight in the future “.

Eloquent statements that definitively break down the rumors around a possible withdrawal from the WWE.

Kane still has no intention of hanging up the mask and it will be interesting to understand in which event he will return and if maybe it will be possible to see him again together with the Deadman, who just recently signed a new contract with the Company.

Or he could very well return to fight a last match at WrestleMania 36, ​​which will be held in Florida in 2020, and be introduced in the Hall of Fame.

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