Masked Kane: Is His Resurrection a Signal for Change or More of the Same?

Hamster EnigmaAnalyst IIIDecember 17, 2011

At the Slammy Awards show on Monday Night Raw, we all witnessed the apparent resurrection of the "Big Red Monster" Kane

He came back with his mask and chokeslammed the face of the company, John Cena.

But because he stood on top at the end of the show over the main face of the company, many speculated a return to dominance for the Big Red Machine. The mask didn't do anything to prevent that thought from happening as well.

People immediately thought that since Kane dominated John Cena, he may have either a) turned full-fledged heel and would dominate the scene starting with John Cena, or b) just plain out-dominate everyone so he would regain the monster status he had in his debut.

Either way though, people thought that Kane would dominate and with that domination also would bring change.

Change, in ending the ways of the stereotypical "SuperCena." Change, in that the monster would actually bring an unstoppable force in the main event division.

But are the fans' ideas too outrageous, or is there an actual possibility for change?

So far, the jury's still out and we won't have a clue until Monday Night Raw airs, but if there's any indication and signs for the future, the presence of Masked Kane won't make a huge difference, if at all.

This video, a fan-recorded one at a house show, shows Kane interrupting a John Cena match and chokeslamming him again in the process. But another thing that's also shown is the dominance of John Cena, not the resurrected Kane.

John Cena, after getting chokeslammed, immediately gets back up. He then reverses an attempted tombstone and eliminates Kane from the ring. He proceeds to FU the Miz to win the match.

In turn, this makes John Cena look strong. Kane, on the other hand, does not.

But is a house show really any indication for the future?

Who knows, as superstars are often seen having fun but also occasionally show signs of what's to come.

Honestly, I do want change and would love to see Kane dominate once again, but knowing WWE, I wouldn't be surprised if John Cena overcomes the odds once again.

But what what do you think of this whole ordeal? Are the events of the house show truly a sign of things to come?

For me, Kane should show that he really is resurrected but in all honesty, I wouldn't keep my hopes up.

Kane resurrected? Aside from the mask, I don't think so.