Kane Talks About Undertakers Retirement, Potential Return, & More

In a recent interview with Gulf News, WWE talent Kane spoke about Undertakers retirement, returning to WWE and more.

Here are some highlights:

Undertaker’s Last Match At WrestleMania 33:

“Well, Undertaker can take care of himself! We all knew at some point that was inevitable, but nevertheless it’s, sad because for me it’s like a chapter has closed, and I think a lot of WWE fans feel the same way.”

Potential WWE return: 

“That is, as we say in the States, TBD, to be determined. And I wouldn’t want to ruin any surprises if I did know…”

Favorite manager in his career:

Paul Bearer. Cos he’s my dad! But no, I owe a lot to Paul Bearer because when I came in he helped me learn the ropes. Being on the road we travel all the time of course, he helped me tremendously in that area, he didn’t have to do that but he did. So he took a lot of what would have been stress off of me so I could concentrate on doing the other things and I’m very grateful for that.

Who stands out to Kane as a star in WWE:

I don’t know, because that’s very hard to tell. NXT is a great product and certainly has already had a huge impact on our business. I mean guys like The Shield, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, all these guys who have come through. Samoa Joe of course is going to make a huge impact.

What’s great about NXT is you have a nice mix of guys new to the business in general, and then there are guys who are new to WWE but who are established names in the business. It’s very hard to say who will be the next great superstar. There’s a number of people who have the potential to do that.

See the interview here. 

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