For Brother Love, there are no two better creations in WWE history than The Brothers of Destruction, Undertaker and Kane.
Bruce Prichard has been closely involved with so much of The Undertaker's career since day one. Bruce’s alter-ego, Brother Love, was the original manager of The Undertaker upon his debut at the 1990 WWE Survivor Series event.
Speaking with Sports Illustrated, Prichard would call The Undertaker the greatest creation in WWE history, with his tormented half-brother being a close second.
“Without a doubt, he’s the greatest creation ever in WWE. Second is Kane,” said Bruce. “They had a deep, good story behind them, and both of the men that portray those characters are those characters. Mark Calaway became The Undertaker, and Glenn Jacobs became Kane. That’s how seriously they took their craft. You’d watch them and believe them. The Undertaker and Kane, both of those were beautiful matches.”
He would continue by saying that the rivalry between the two brothers was his personal favorite Undertaker moment through the years.
“By far, the revelation that The Undertaker had a brother named Kane. Revealing that family’s background with the fire, thinking his brother was dead, realizing he was alive, that story ended up lasting all these years. It was initially only meant to be a storyline because we needed an opponent for The Undertaker. That’s why we created Kane. But the story had so many layers that we were able to create a brand-new character that could go off and succeed on his own, yet still come back to the family story. They were great adversaries and they were great partners, and that story has lasted and endured this entire time. For me, hands down, that’s my favorite Undertaker story,” Bruce said.
As the world remains captivated by the new documentary surrounding the Undertaker's career, Bruce Prichard weighed in on when The Undertaker would finally hang up his black hat, saying that it would be a mutual decision between Mark Calaway, the man and Vince McMahon, the creator. Learn more at this link.