It may be a while before Kane makes another appearance in WWE due to his job as mayor of Knox County, Tennessee, but one thing he is sure of is that he won't ever fully retire from being involved with WWE.
The former WWE Champion, real name Glenn Jacobs, spoke with Sporting News to discuss a variety of topics, including his current status with the company. It's obvious that he can't be a regular as an on-screen character because of his full-time job as mayor, but noted that it doesn't mean that he's forever done with the company. He was non-committal when talking about what a future WWE appearance could be like, however.
"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. 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,'" Kane said.
Kane last appeared in WWE as Jacobs in September, giving R-Truth a tour of some of the local venues in Tennessee before pinning him to become the new 24/7 Champion. Kane lost the title later in the day and appeared on Raw as the "Devil's Favorite Demon" that many have come to see for many years.
The full interview can be read at this link.