WWE Hall Of Famer Kane is certainly one of the most respected and loved Superstars in the company. Kane has competed in numerous matches in his career and been part of several memorable moments. Kane also doubts he’ll ever take a bump again in WWE.
Kane has worked with the likes of The Undertaker, Bryan Danielson and others as a tag team. Being 55 years old, Kane also manages to stay in shape no matter what.
While speaking on The Right View with Lara Trump, the mayor of Knox County revealed that he is okay with not taking a bump again.
“Yeah, I actually don’t do that much anymore. I don’t want to get into a wrestling ring and actually get knocked down because I don’t know if I could get back up at this point. But yes, I still do things occasionally. For instance, WWE recently had SummerSlam, which is WWE’s second biggest event of the year at Nashville at Nissan Stadium, where the Titans play, and I announced the attendance for the evening. It’s awesome for me to just go out and still be a part of it. I mean, it’s one of the greatest shows on the planet, and that’s an experience that is unlike any other when you get out there in front of thousands of people and are just able to do something like that. I think people here think it’s really cool, actually. Because I have folks come up to me and say, ‘Hey, I saw you doing this,’ or ‘I saw you doing that,’ or, ‘I saw you on this WWE special.’ So it really is I mean, it’s rewarding for me.
Also, I think I’m able to do some pretty good things in the mayor’s office because of that because of the fame that that has brought,” said Jacobs. “I have a leg up sometimes when I need to get something done in here, and I know who to talk to. I know this person is a wrestling fan, so I can reach out to him. So I try to use that for the best benefit of the people of Knox County through my role as mayor as well.”
The Mayor of Knoxville is certainly grateful to WWE for all the benefits the company has given him. Kane is busy with a lot of responsibilities and that is all he could care about now.
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