Kane is not closing the in-ring portion of his career just yet.
The last time that Glenn "Kane" Jacobs competed in the squared circle was in November of 2018 at WWE's Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia where he and The Undertaker closed the show by taking on WWE Hall Of Famers Triple H and Shawn Michaels in a losing effort. Kane took a brief break from his duties as Mayor of Knox County, Tennessee to travel to Saudi Arabia to have the match.
WWE did a piece on Jacobs to celebrate his 52nd birthday which was on April 26th and at the conclusion of the video, Jacobs spoke about a potential return to the company and said that he'll never say "never" and maybe he'll be back on WWE TV at some point.
“You know there’s a saying in WWE: Never say never, and again, I love performing. The last match [was] The Brothers Of Destruction against D-Generation X. Two legendary teams, two mythical teams and it didn’t turn out like Undertaker and I wanted it to turn out so, never say never. Maybe I’ll be back out there at some point.” Jacobs smiled.
The Undertaker is reportedly set to compete at the next Saudi Arabia show which is scheduled for June 7th but "The Deadman" recently showed face the night after WrestleMania 35 on RAW where he delivered a Tombstone to Elias.
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