The Mayor of Knox County, Tennessee and WWE Superstar Kane recently did an interview with Brian Fritz of Sporting News to promote his new book.
In the interview, he talked about whether he’s retired from WWE and an in-ring performer. His last appearance on WWE programming came back on September 16, 2019 edition of RAW.
“I think, with WWE, I don’t know if you ever really retire from it all the way, especially folks that are lucky enough to get in the position that I’m in,” said Jacobs. “You can always do stuff and they can find creative ways to use you. That’s one of the things I really look forward to. When people ask me if I’m looking forward to getting back in the ring, I’m like, ‘eh, I don’t know what I’d be doing, but I’m sure at some point I’ll do something.'”
It turns out that The Undertaker wrote the forward for his new book with Kentucky Senator Rand Paul writing the other.
This is where Kane talked about the respect that he has for The Undertaker, which he noted that Taker has always been a big advocate of his and then recalled their first match was in Smoky Mountain Wrestling back in 1995. He stated that so much of his career would be intertwined with Taker as storyline brothers and everything they have done together.
“I have an immense amount of personal respect for him. I would have never been able to do, in my career, what I was so fortunate to do if it hadn’t been for The Undertaker.”
Kane’s new book, Mayor Kane: My Life in Wrestling and Politics is now available.