This Sunday at WWE Bragging Rights, the 13 year history of these two men comes to a head. Since his debut in 1997, Kane and his brother, the Undertaker, have feuded more times than I can remember. Add to this, Paul Bearer and you have a train wreck waiting to happen.
Four months ago, Undertaker was said to have been found in a "vegetative" state by his brother. "The Big Red Monster" vowed to find out who had put his brother, The Undertaker, out of action. Kane won the World Heavyweight Championship, his first, at Money in the Bank, defeating Rey Mysterio.
Undertaker returned at SummerSlam to confront Kane and Mysterio and he was welcomed by a tombstone piledriver from his brother, thus confirming that Kane had in fact put his own brother on the shelf.
Since then, the two men have been at each other's throats. They have faced off at Night of Champions and Hell in a Cell and Kane has been victorious both times. Undertaker even brought back his old manager, Paul Bearer, but he turned on him and helped Kane retain the title at Hell in a Cell.
The third, and presumably final, installment of this feud will be a Buried Alive match. The winner will take the World Heavyweight Championship and the loser will be buried six feet under.
Here, I take a look at 10 things that point to why an Undertaker victory is more likely this Sunday.