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 has been part of several memorable moments. That being said, it seems Kane does not rule out making an in-ring return.
Kane made his debut during the infamous Hell In A Cell match at Badd Blood 1997, featuring The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels, where he ripped the cage door open and hit a Tombstone piledriver on his kayfabe brother, The Undertaker.
Kane would go on to have a tremendous career, winning World Titles and being part of numerous iconic feuds. He has not competed in the ring in a few years, his most notable match being his match against D-Generation X at WWE Crown Jewel in 2018.
While speaking to PWMania.com, the WWE Hall Of Famer talked about a variety of topics. Kane was asked about potenitally returning to the squared circle for another mathch.
Kane expressed that he is open to the possibility of returning to WWE in the future for another match. He mentioned that he currently does some work with the company and enjoys it, and wants to continue doing it for the rest of his life. As for whether he will return to the ring, he suggested that the question should be directed to Kane himself.
“I’ll always leave that door open. In WWE we never say never. I don’t know what will happen. I do some stuff here and there in the WWE. That’s a part of me and it’s something I enjoy and want to do for the rest of my life. If it’s something in the ring, I don’t know. Maybe you have to ask Kane that question.”
In 2021, Kane was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. We will have to wait nad see whether The Big Red Machine will have one last match before hanging up his pro wreslting boots for good.
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