Kane: "That's who I wanted to challenge"



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Kane: "That's who I wanted to challenge"

As a guest on the latest edition of The Bam Show, to Kane was asked which legendary performer he would like to face. Kane revealed: "Andre the Giant. He Unfortunately he died even before I entered this business, so I didn't have the chance to meet him.

I've never even seen it live." Kane also addressed the issue of GOAT: "I have worked with many superstars of the highest level, who have made the history of WWE and wrestling in general. If you ask me to name, my choice falls on Ric Flair.

For me he is the greatest of all time. I know him very well and I can assure you that he was formidable in the ring." We will hardly see The Big Red Monster on the square: "Never say never when it comes to WWE. However, at this stage in my life, I no longer feel comfortable in the ring.

It is a very complicated job and my body is no longer what it used to be. I would no longer be able to take certain hits. When I was at the peak of my career, I couldn't wait to push myself over the edge to entertain the public, while now I'm afraid of the consequences."

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Kane was undoubtedly one of the most iconic performers of the modern era. Becoming a WWE mainstay during the Attitude Era, Glenn Jacobs has had a long and successful career. He has won 19 titles, including three world titles, as well as having given birth to some memorable feuds.

He also won the 2010 edition of Money in the Bank and ranks second for the highest number of participations in the company's pay-per-view events. In 2021, he was inducted with full merit into the WWE Hall of Fame. In 2017, he decided to go into politics in the ranks of the Republican Party.

After running for office for Knox County, Tennessee, he was elected on August 2, 2018 and took office on September 1 of that year. As a guest on the latest edition of 'The Bam Show', Jacobs was asked which legendary performer he would like to face.

Kane reveals his dream opponent
"Andre the Giant" - Kane replied without hesitation. “He Unfortunately he died even before I entered this business, so I didn't have the chance to meet him. I've never even seen it live "- he added.

Kane also addressed the issue of GOAT: “I have worked with many superstars of the highest level, who have made the history of WWE and wrestling in general. If you ask me to name, my choice falls on Ric Flair. For me he is the greatest of all time.

I know him very well and I can assure you that he was formidable in the ring ”. We will hardly see 'The Big Red Monster' on the square: "Never say never when it comes to WWE. However, at this stage in my life, I no longer feel comfortable in the ring.

It is a very complicated job and my body is no longer what it used to be. I would no longer be able to take certain hits. When I was at the peak of my career, I couldn't wait to push myself over the edge to entertain the public, while now I'm afraid of the consequences "