WWE News: Kane talks about The Undertaker wrestling again
Will we see the Deadman return to his yard?
What’s the story?
On a recent edition of The Ross Report, Kane weighed in on whether his kayfabe brother the Undertaker would lace up the boots one more time.
In reference to the Deadman potentially returning to the ring, Kane first went on to praise the former calling Undertaker his favourite tag team partner and added that ‘Taker had the right to choose whether or not he wanted to make an in-ring return. He said that a return would be the icing on the cake for the Phenom’s legendary career.
Additionally, the Big Red Machine asserted that the Attitude Era was the golden age of professional wrestling, explaining that the Monday Night Wars between the WWE and WCW forced performers to bring their very best to the ring every week.
In case you didn’t know…
Kane and the Undertaker are storyline brothers in the WWE, and they're known to have great camaraderie outside the ring as well.
The two legendary WWE giants played a pivotal role in several WWE storylines during the Attitude Era, as a result of which the promotion succeeded in putting rival company WCW out of business.
The heart of the matter
Kane reminisced about the Attitude Era, pointing out that during the aforementioned era, the WWE boasted about a dozen performers who were notable main event stars.
Furthermore, he elucidated that today’s Superstars were excellent as well, but what made the Attitude Era special was the presence of several top talents at the right place and more importantly, at the right time. On that note, he emphasized that timing was key in the wrestling business.
Besides, Kane spoke about wanting to have one last go with the Undertaker, possibly as the Brothers of Destruction. On the issue of ‘Taker coming back to the ring, he stated:
"He deserves and I think he'll be able to do what he wants and it's going to be up to him. And in the end, I think it'll be, his decision will be the quality of what it is.”
“And certainly, he (has) been one of those guys that when you watch him at WrestleMania, it's like, 'golly, does the guy ever age?' And I think that will ultimately be how he feels he will be able to perform will be the deciding factor."
Kane is presently busy with his political career, whereas the Undertaker recently underwent a major surgery in order to repair his hips.
Both legends’ professional wrestling future is up in the air…for now.
Kane and the Undertaker will go down as two of the most important characters in the history of professional wrestling.
Regardless of whether the Devil’s Favorite Demon or the Deadman return to the ring, their respective legacies are already secure.
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