2020 will surely be remembered by wrestling fans as well as the year of the pandemic of the new millennium, also as the year of retirement of The Undertaker, one of the most iconic and legendary characters that WWE has ever seen tread its rings, with the definitive retirement of the Deadman which, however, still remains uncertain, given the recent comments by various insiders and various journalists who rumble the most varied hypotheses online.
After talking about his relationship with his in-ring stepbrother, The Undertaker, with Kane who wanted to leave an open window on the future of the gravedigger as a wrestler in the WWE rings, even the "Devil's favorite Demon" has begun to speak quite disconcertingly of his in-ring performances, with an air of farewell that seems to be getting closer and closer even for the former pupil of Paul Bearer.
In his latest interview with FOX Sports, with which the legendary WWE masked athlete talked about the Survivor Series and what will be the last farewell to Taker, Kane also revealed: "You know, in WWE you can never say never.
Kane comments on his status as an in-ring performer
"But, at this point in my career, I've come to a point in my life where I'm more comfortable not being in the wrestling ring anymore. It is a very difficult job.
I also reached an age where a lot of times I said to myself 'Oh my God, this thing seems to hurt a lot.' When I used to say 'Man, I hope to be there to do all those things' And now it's all become' Oh man.
Those guys are a lot tougher than I am right now. 'Anyway, if the opportunity comes back... well, you know, we'll see." Although the tone is not the best, Kane wanted to confirm neither his future return to the WWE rings nor a definitive closure of his career, with one or more great matches that could await both him and stepbrother in the storyline, The Undertaker, with fans who despite everything still hope to see the two again in a last great feud that worthily closes their careers.
This line of thinking led to one more obvious question: Have we seen Kane’s final farewell yet? “You never say never in WWE,” the wrestler told us in a cliche manner. But, at the same point in time, I’ve gotten to the point in my life where I’m comfortable not being in the wrestling ring.
It’s hard work. I’ve also gotten to the age where a lot of times I’m like, ‘Man, that looks like it hurts!’. I used to be, ‘Man, I wish I could be out there doing that!’. Now I’m kinda like, ‘Oooh golly. Those guys are a lot tougher than I am now.’”