WWE Donating $100,000 To Knoxville Public Safety At The Request Of Kane For Super Show-Down Appearance

WWE will be donating $100,000 to Knoxville Public Safety Foundation in order to use their Mayor for a business trip to Australia. Kane, whose alter ego Glenn Jacobs serves at the Mayor of Knox County, requested the donation in exchange for appearing at WWE Super Show-Down on Oct. 6. Vince McMahon was happy to oblige.

In a press release issued to WBIR, McMahon stated, "I appreciate his gesture to the heroes who selflessly put themselves in harm’s way and look forward to his continued progress in his mission." 

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Jacobs added, "[This] $100,000 is a significant contribution especially for the family of a fallen police officer or a firefighter that could help them through that transition of losing a loved one. I’m extremely proud that my career with WWE will have a positive impact on the community through my role as Knox County mayor."

The press release states that WWE will present a check to the Knoxville Public Safety Foundation at the next WWE Live event in Knoxville which is tentatively scheduled for January 2019.

As announced on Monday Night Raw, Kane will corner The Undertaker for his match against Triple H at Super Show-Down. Shawn Michaels will be in the corner of Triple H.

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