After months of being sidelined and weeks of having his return promoted, Kane is finally back.
The Big Red Monster returned on last night's episode of Monday Night Raw, interrupting the main event between John Cena and Mark Henry by planting Cena into the canvas with a huge chokeslam.
During his return, Kane debuted a completely new look, with new attire and not one, but two new masks.
His latest outfit was certainly unique, but where does it rank among his most memorable attires ever?
Well, let's find out.
Here are my power rankings of Kane's best 10 looks ever.
Boy, did Kane look like a hot mess here.
When he took off his mask on the June 23, 2003 episode of Raw, I was a bit disappointed about what we saw. We were supposed to witness a monster with horrible facial scars but instead, we got a normal-looking joe with ashes on his face and a really bad haircut.
This look obviously didn't last too long, though, and I'm thankful for that.
Kane's unmasking was the first bad decision in a long line of horrible booking moves that really took away from the mystique of one of the WWE's best and most unique characters.
Boring. Boring. Boring.
I was never really a fan of unmasked Kane at all, but this might have been his least exciting look ever.
Call me crazy, but he just looks like a big, bald-headed man wearing black and red rights.
Not like The Big Red Monster.
After Kane removed his mask in June 2003, this was the result.
It was a huge shocker at first to see The Big Red Monster lose what had defined his career up to that point, but it was also a momentum killer, too.
Kane gradually went from unstoppable monster to just another guy, and I have to put the blame on the creative team's decision to remove his mask.
Though Kane has certainly had his moments since de-masking, he just hasn't been the same.
But hey, at least this was more than his most recent unmasked look.
Pretty much the exact same outfit as the last slide, minus the face paint or eye shadow, or whatever the heck that is.
One of the least intimidating things a man can do is wear a see-through shirt.
That's something that women do on Valentine's Day to entice their lovers, not something seven-foot tall giants do when they want to look tough.
Yet, for some reason, Kane once thought it would be a good idea to go with this see-through tank top at one point during his career.
Given that it was red, maybe he was getting ready for a special Valentine's Day dinner with Katie Vick.
Prior to Kane's return last night, this was his last masked attire before taking the mask off in 2003.
The two major differences between this and the previous one were the mask—this one doesn't cover the entire face while the last one did—and the top, which this time around, thankfully, wasn't see-through.
I would have preferred if Kane would have kept the last mask, but I also was excited about the fact that I could no longer see his nipples through his shirt.
The second one definitely wins out in this scenario.
When the WWE started airing those "Kane Resurrected" promos several weeks ago, I had this bad feeling that the creative team would wind up bringing Kane back without his mask.
Thankfully, though, they didn't.
Kane returned on last night's Raw, and he did so with a unique look that we've never seen before from The Big Red Monster.
The flames on his right pants leg might be a little too—pun intended—flamboyant, but the rest of the outfit is Kane at his finest.
I really can't complain about anything else, especially since I love the fact that he put a shirt back on.
Now, that looks like a monster.
In an ever-so-subtle way, this Kane look reminds me of this guy, one of the scariest movie villains I've ever had the privilege of watching.
Kane's long, curly hair, the black glove and the fact that he's covered up from pretty much head to toe actually made him seem like he was some supernatural being instead of a professional wrestler.
Kudos to whoever designed this outfit.
Given that Kane is known as "The Big Red Monster" or sometimes "The Big Red Machine," this outfit is probably the most fitting.
It features more red than any other form of attire he has worn during his career, and just like the mostly black one on the previous slide, it undoubtedly made him look like a true monster.
Whenever I see this outfit, the only thing I can picture is good ol' Jim Ross rambling on and on about hellfire and brimstone.
I almost think J.R. should be brought back to commentary just so he can be awesome whenever he's talking about the new-look Kane.
When Kane debuted at Badd Blood: In Your House in October 1997, he wore the best outfit of his career.
The mostly-red outfit with the classic Kane mask and one-sleeved top is the one look I will never forget.
I was only nine years old at the time of this show, and shortly after Kane made his debut, I had recurring nightmares about The Big Red Monster chasing me around while looking just like he does in that picture.
Oddly enough, that turned me into a fan of Kane, and I went to a house show and bought a replica mask of the one he's wearing here.