Kane talks about The Undertaker



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Kane talks about The Undertaker

Throughout his long career, The Undertaker has had the opportunity to confront legends such as Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Hulk Hogan, The Rock and Brock Lesnar. The gravedigger has transcended wrestling, entering the collective imagination thanks to his iconic Deadman gimmick.

The former heavyweight champion officially retired from wrestling at the 2020 Survivor Series, not before receiving an emotional tribute from his lifelong friends. Barring sensational and unlikely twists, the last match played by the 'Phenom' will remain the one against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36.

For years, moreover, The Undertaker has had a sort of collaboration-confrontation with the storyline half-brother, Kane, with the two who for years formed the Brothers of Destruction tag team. At the moment, both of them have been singly inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, but apparently, Kane wouldn't be happy with that.

Kane praises The Undertaker

In his latest speech to the microphones of The Bam Show, Kane wanted to talk about his introduction into the WWE Hall of Fame and that of The Undertaker, which arrived just this year, after a career that lasted 30 years.

Regarding this honor, however, Kane also wanted to state: "Dude, I hope so. However, both of us are already inducted into the Hall of Fame separately. I think we were still inextricably linked, both mine and his character, those of Kane and The Undertaker.

I think it would make sense. I also think it would be something fans would love to die for, because they've never had a chance to see us together behind the scenes." After more than two decades together, in the WWE rings, as colleagues, friends, stepbrothers, enemies and partners, the two could thus be introduced as a historical tag team in the McMahon Hall of Fame, a bit like what happened with Booker T and his brother or with Ric Flair, introduced both individually and with the Four Horsemen with Kane and The Undertaker who would thus become gods too.

twice WWE Hall of Famer. However, speaking on The Bam Show, the legendary superstar confirmed that the green version of his famous outfit never existed. “No, no, the internet has green and blue versions,” Jacobs said.

“There never was any of that. Kane was always red and black. [There has] never been a Big Green Machine or a Big Blue Machine. The green started because of X-Pac when we were a tag team. That’s why there was some speculation. I don’t know where the blue came from”.