WWE has seen a lot of legends walk through their company, but few have possessed the same imposing presence as Kane. It turns out that he would like to be remembered in other ways, but he’s not sure about a WWE return.
Kane, who will be the subject of an upcoming A&E documentary on his WWE career, spoke to TMZ recently. During the conversation, he was asked about an in-ring return. He did not close the door on the idea, but right now, politics is taking priority in his life.
“I don’t know. I’m just trying to do the best job I can as mayor right now. We’ll leave that until the time comes.”
Kane accomplished a lot in the pro wrestling ring, but he wants to be remembered for more than just that. The Big Red Machine continued to discuss how he wants people to know about all the contributions he made in his community as well.
“What I want is pretty simple. People to understand that I cared about my community and wanted to do what I could to make it a better place. As mayor, you don’t do that yourself, but what you can do is kind of lay out a vision and get people to the table and somewhat lead the way.”
Kane had had a long and successful career in the WWE, after debuting in 1997 as the “brother” of The Undertaker. He quickly became one of the most imposing and intimidating figures in the company.
Kane also had a number of other notable rivalries during his WWE career, including feuds with The Undertaker, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H, and John Cena. He won numerous championships during his time in the WWE, including the WWE Championship, the Intercontinental Championship, and the Tag Team Championship.
In addition to his in-ring career, Kane has also been involved in a number of other roles within the WWE, including serving as the on-screen Director of Operations. He left pro wrestling behind when he became Mayor of Knox County, Tennessee. Kane has been known for his imposing size and strength, as well as his ability to deliver memorable and entertaining performances both in and out of the ring. Now, he wants to be known for his work in the arena of politics as well.
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