Kane’s character was pivotal for WWE during a crucial time, with his monster persona laying carnage all over the landscape. However, more dangerous was when he teamed with his half-brother, The Undertaker. The duo have teamed up with each other and even stood across each other as rivals. Moreover, Kane believes that fans can still buy into that feud even in today’s time.

The Undertaker and Kane met each other for the first time at the WWE Bad Blood pay-per-view in 1998. Kane entered the ongoing Hell in a Cell match between his brother and Shawn Michaels and laid waste to the Deadman with the tombstone piledriver.

The two monsters would feud with each other at various stages in their respective careers. However, they would even come together as allies to form the most destructive tag team in the history of WWE, The Brothers of Destruction.

The two brothers in the storyline battled each other 17 times in singles matches during the course of their relationship. Kane recently addressed if his tale with The Undertaker would hold up in the current wrestling landscape in an interview with WrestleRant.

“It could still work. It would have to be done differently because Kane would have to talk smack to The Undertaker on Twitter, which would be very strange [laughs], but nevertheless it could because it’s a timeless story, and ultimately the story is about two brothers who get along some times and don’t get along some times. The rest is really just bells and whistles. The story was amazing because I think it was mythological storytelling, and you had these characters and they had those stories behind them. Most characters in WWE are that person, or a part of that person, a personality trait, in many cases turned up to an 11. Kane and Undertaker were true characters. They were not just dudes that were, ‘This is me, but I turn my personality up on TV.’ They were different characters then Mark Callaway and Glen Jacobs are in real life. Ultimately I think that was what attracted people to it because everybody can relate to a sibling rivalry, and this was a sibling rivalry just done on an epic scale.”

The Undertaker and Kane last battled each other in 2010. They have collaborated as The Brothers Of Destruction three times since then, the most recent of which was at the Crown Jewel premium live event in 2018. With both superstars retired from the ring, a chance of a reunion between the two WWE Hall of Famers seems likely.

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