Now, after going a long way back in our memories, we are in the middle of a showdown leading to a potentially unforgettable match.
On the June 5, 2010 episode of Smackdown, Kane announced he discovered his brother in a vegetative state. The Big Red Monster then cut a series of outstanding dark promos in which he "played" with caskets as part of a mind game to inflict fear among the WWE roster.
He then would go on a rampage and attack anyone he considered to blame for The Undertaker's beatdown that put him in a deep coma. On his vengeance path, many wrestlers, including CM Punk and Jack Swagger, felt his rage and went down.
Kane eventually won the Money In The Bank contract on July 18 and cashed it the same night on a beaten Rey Mysterio to become the new World Heavyweight Champion. Both of them went on the road to Summerslam and Kane continued his psychological war, accusing him of being responsible for The Undertaker's vegetative state. Mysterio turned the accusation against the accuser and the doubts were put in everyone's mind.
At Summerslam, The Undertaker emerged from the casket brought to the ring by Kane after Mysterio couldn't manage to regain the Championship. The Big Red Machine had the upper hand on his brother and he delivered him a Tombstone piledriver, leaving the fans speechless.
In the following weeks, The Deadman revealed Kane was his aggressor and he obtained a no-holds-barred match for the World Heavyweight Championship at Night Of Champions.
However, The Phenom did not seem in great shape lately and Kane came with segments in which he declared his brother lost all his mystic powers. For a rare time, The Undertaker is on the wrong side of the mind games and he looked weak on the last episode of Smackdown. He won his match, but he clearly wasn't himself and missed several of his usual maneuvers. Previously that night, he even had difficulties talking.
With less than one week before the anticipated encounter, will The Undertaker gain some momentum? Will Kane use his brother's powers he claims to have stolen?
At the upcoming pay-per-view, will Kane get his long-awaited revenge against his nemesis? Will it be The Undertaker's revenge against his aggressor?
With a lot of questions in the air, the hype is here and the battle between the two creatures from hell might be determining for the future of both in WWE. It could be the end of the saga or just another chapter.