Kane would throw Lyndon B. Johnson off of Hell in a Cell and through thumbtacks because he thinks he was the worst president.
Kane is synonymous with Hell in a Cell in some ways. The debut of Hell in a Cell was also the debut of the Kane character. In the years that have gone by, Kane has only participated in two Hell in a Cell matches himself, one in 1998 and one in 2010.
Now, Kane is the mayor of Knox County, Tennessee, Glenn Jacobs, and his opponents and greatest matches take place on the political battlefield.
Merging his two worlds, Kane was recently interviewed on The Babylon Bee podcast and figured that because of his efforts in ramping up the Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson is the most likely president that he would like to toss off the Hell in a Cell structure.
“Quite a few, actually, probably the number one would be LBJ because he ramped up the Vietnam War and The Great Society. So he was the worst and then there were others that were not great, all the really bad. But when we look at the double whammy of the warfare state and the welfare state, I think he's the epitome of that and we're still dealing with that. He was a big guy too, that actually might be a pretty good match.”
Speaking about who he would like to tag team with, Kane chose the inaugural President, George Washington.
“It would be me and George Washington. Well, if you're saying I'm part of the tag team, it would be me and George Washington because you know, we could look at criticisms of Washington and, um, you know, certainly many of those ballots. Um, but frankly the country just wouldn't be here if it hadn't been for George Washington. He was the most important and the greatest person in American history.”
Kane has not competed in WWE since this year's Royal Rumble event where he was eliminated by Damian Priest.
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