Kane recently spoke to The New York Post to talk about a variety of professional wrestling topics. “The Big Red Machine” talked about getting another shot at the main event scene in WWE, his thoughts on Braun Strowman and today’s WWE roster, and The Undertaker making rare appearances on WWE TV nowadays. You can check out the highlights here below:
Being in the main event scene with WWE again:
“I have to take advantage of everyone that comes along. This might be the last one. I don’t know. I certainly think the match at Royal Rumble is going to be special for me.”
His thoughts on Braun Strowman and the WWE roster today:
“The company has done a tremendous job with him, you know positioning him where he needs to be and he gets it and that can be a rarity often. … I think he has a really bright future ahead of him. I think he is going to be a guy that going forth for many years is going to be at top or near the top of WWE. If you look at our roster, it seems like 20 years ago we had a lot of big guys, not as big as him, but a lot of big guys. Nowadays not so much, I think our guys are better athletes now but they are not as big.”
“Undertaker, for almost as long as many of us have been watching WWE, he’s been part of it. So, it’s one of those things like, man almost a piece is missing now to some extent.”
You can read Kane’s full interview with The New York Post by clicking this link here.