After WWE Hall of fame, Kane returns to the cameras for a new project



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After WWE Hall of fame, Kane returns to the cameras for a new project

The Big Red Machine that we all know and love, responds to the name of Kane, pseudonym of Glenn Jacobs, historic WWE wrestler, who this year had the honor and the burden of entering the WWE Hall of Fame, with the news of his introduction that came as a surprise during one of the episodes of the company's secondary broadcasts, with Undertaker, (his brother in the WWE ring storylines), who had the pleasure of confiding in him this official investiture.

After more than 20 years of honorable service, the favorite demon of the devil of the rings of Monday Night Raw and Friday Night Smackdown has thus managed to enter the Ark of Glory of the Stamford-based company, between the evident emotion of Glenn himself and the applause of WWE Universe fans, who unfortunately did not have the opportunity to attend the ceremony this year, which was held as every year in Wrestlemania Week.

Kane returns to sponsor wrestling outside WWE

Although at the moment his full-time job remains that of Mayor of Knox County, Kane still wanted to take part in a new project related to pro-wrestling, which has nothing to do with WWE, becoming the testimonial of a new training school to become a pro-wrestler, on American soil.

In the video that you can see below, Kane is in fact in the company of another historic wrestler, "Dr" Tom Prichard, brother of the more famous Bruce and Chris, also a former wrestler who has given birth to thousands of historic matches in the ring of half the world, which has now opened its own school.

Let's now see the tweet in which both world legends of our beloved discipline appear to promote the work of the new academy: "This July @drtomprichard is offering to train a new batch of future wrestlers with the same techniques that he used to train @NatbyNature @EdgeRatedR @TheRock @WWERomanReigns @WWEBrayWyatt @NaomiWWE @TaminaSnuka @shanemcmahon @BellaTwins and many others!

http://jpwrestlingacademy.com" The tweet was also accompanied by a video to promote the new initiative. In the tweet that accompanies Kane's video, it is also remembered how Prichard has trained great athletes who have become very famous in the WWE rings, such as The Rock, Roman Reigns, Edge, Natalya, Bray Wyatt, Tamina and many others.