WWE's Big Red Machine: The Legacy of Kane

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WWE's Big Red Machine: The Legacy of Kane

“and that…that’s gotta be…that’s gotta be Kane.”

October 5, 1997 marked the beginning of a destructive wrestler’s career. On that date, Paul Bearer was out to get revenge on The Undertaker. His plan was to have Taker’s younger brother teach him a lesson.

That young brother’s name was Kane, portrayed by Glenn Jacobs.

During the match between The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels, Paul Bearer escorted Kane out to the ring. Kane destroyed the cell door, entered the ring, and had a stare-down with his older brother.

Shortly afterward, Kane tombstoned The Undertaker, costing him the match.

As years passed, Kane’s career became legendary. His matches with The Undertaker in the late-90′s are praised, and his accomplishments stacked up. Kane has held many titles and records and has been in many great matches.

Though he never reached superstardom like Shawn Michaels or Stone Cold Steve Austin, he deserves to be ranked among the best. Kane’s legacy is as good as those two men's and many others.

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