Former WWE Champion, Kane, is weighing in on WWE's decision to continue running events and also shows some support for Roman Reigns who is currently not competing.
Although he is typically known for bringing hellfire and brimstone to the squared circle as Kane, Glenn Jacobs is bringing law and order to Knox County, Tennessee as the city's mayor.
Recently, Jacobs spoke to Fox News and weighed in on WWE's decision to continue running events during the COVID-19 pandemic, seemingly agreeing with the decision as he feels people need an escape from what some consider to be a bleak reality at the moment.
“I think it's the right decision because right now there's just not that much available in the realm of live entertainment,” said Jacobs, who admitted that having no audience takes away a large part of the spectacle. “I think that it gives people a distraction and something else to think about and I think that's important. I think WWE handled that in a responsible way."
In regards to Roman Reigns not competing at WWE events since before-WrestleMania, Jacobs would say that Roman did the right thing for himself in this situation and that everybody's circumstances are different.
"You need to walk a mile in someone's shoes before you judge on that. So certainly in this situation, he did the right thing for him," he said.
You can check out the whole review with the Superstar-turned-politician at this link.