WWE No Way out 2012: Why Kane May Surprise His Critics
WWE Over the Limit is coming up quickly, and the WWE Championship match is one that may not be as easy to predict as some of the others on the card.
While CM Punk retaining would be the safe bet to place, both Daniel Bryan and Kane could very easily come away with the title.
Daniel Bryan has had quite a rise to stardom in the business, and Vince McMahon seems comfortable keeping him in main-event matches after seeing how the fans have taken to him.
As the World Champion, we saw Daniel Bryan evolve into what is now one of the top heel gimmicks in wrestling.
CM Punk has also found his stride as one of the company's top good guys, and he is slowly proving why he deserves the title "Best in the World."
The wild card in all of this is Kane. The man is never really a "main guy" in WWE, but he is always used in feuds with top guys. He can still perform well after many years of full-time wrestling.
If Kane were to win the WWE Championship, it would do two things: surprise the WWE audience and give the feud between Daniel Bryan and CM Punk a new angle.
Kane has plenty of critics, but he has proven time and time again that he is capable of being at the top of the company and holding the brass ring for a while.
He is probably never going to be thought of on the same level as the man he is most closely associated with, The Undertaker, but he is capable of carving his own path to the WWE Championship.
Who will win at No Way Out?
After his return feud with John Cena saw him on the losing end, it looked like Kane was going to be used to get other guys over for a little while longer. But now could be his time to shine.
CM Punk has been Champion for several months now, and Kane is a solid choice to be the man who takes him down, even if it just means he loses it back to Punk at the following PPV.
Kane was given a World Title feud on SmackDown, and he showed why he is known as one of the best big men in the business today.
For his size, he is capable of some amazing feats of athleticism most men from his class would not even try. How many 300-pound guys go to the top rope in almost every match?
Kane winning the WWE Championship at No Way Out might upset some people who feel he is nothing special, but he has his supporters who would be elated at seeing the Big Red Monster crowned Champion.
Do you think Kane has what it takes to get the job done at No Way Out?
When I originally posted this I made the error of putting Over the Limit in the headline instead of No Way Out. I apologize for the error.
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