Kane attacked John Cena after he demanded a response from The Undertaker
John Cena demanded a response from The Undertaker in the wake of his highly personal WrestleMania challenge last week. He didn’t get it, but he did get one from his brother.
With The Deadman absent, Cena first asked if the WWE Universe still wanted to see him face The Phenom at WrestleMania — they do — before tearing into his would-be opponent for responding to his challenge with radio silence. Cena decreed that such a non-reply was a brazen act of disrespect to both him and the WWE Universe, who had given him everything they had over the course of his storied career.
The 16-time World Champion continued by claiming that The Undertaker had allowed himself to revert from the “godlike” status the WWE Universe had propelled him to back into a man … and a “cowardly” man at that. It got to the point that Cena (and the audience) demanded that Undertaker send him any kind of sign in response, whether it was a yes, a no, a veil of smoke or a flock of druids rolling a casket.
All of this wasn’t enough to provoke a response from Undertaker directly, but it was enough to summon Kane, who Cena assumed had arrived as an emissary to deliver Undertaker’s reply. Instead, The Big Red Machine dropped the 16-time World Champion with a Chokeslam. The only question that remains is whether The Devil’s Favorite Demon was speaking for his brother, or looking to challenge Cena himself on The Grandest Stage of Them All.
Apollo Crews triumphed in Battle Royal to determine the sixth entrant in the Six-Pack Challenge WWE World Championship No. 1 Contender’s Match
Not unlike Drake on track four of his 2011 album, “Take Care,” SmackDown Live is loving the Crews.
The SmackDown Live locker room looked to prove their worth as they tried to prevail in an impromptu Battle Royal and snatch their ticket to the Six-Pack Challenge WWE World Championship No. 1 Contender’s Match. Bodies flew and dreams were dashed until one name remained. That name was the rising star of the New Era, Apollo Crews, who last eliminated WWE veteran Demon Kane to obtain the victory and live to fight for a championship opportunity later in the show.
Apollo Nation, turn up!
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Earlier this year, WWE released Countdown, an action packed movie with Dolph Ziggler and Kane. Thanks to Angela for the captures.
When a madman kidnaps a young boy and rigs him with explosives, Ray defies his captain and takes matter into his own hands. Now he must beat the clock and save the innocent child.
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The Wyatt Family def. Big Show, Kane & Ryback
Ryback put the team on his back at WWE Fastlane to deny The Wyatt Family a victory over WWE’s titans. And that, it appears, was enough work for The Big Guy for the time being. Right as The Human Wrecking Ball, Big Show and Kane had maneuvered themselves into the driver’s seat of a rematch with the first family of fear — Bray Wyatt subbed in for Braun Strowman this time — Ryback abandoned his fellow giants entirely as a symbolic gesture of striking out on his own. With Show having been taken out already, last man standing Kane was helpless against the full-force Wyatts, who wasted no time in dispatching The Big Red Monster with Sister Abigail.
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After Sting insisted on continuing the match, so Seth Rollins tried to strike quickly with the Pedigree. Sting countered and cinched in the Scorpion Deathlock, but The Architect managed to reach the ropes to escape. When Sting attempted to lock it in again, Rollins countered the submission hold with a decisive roll-up.
While Rollins cradled his WWE World Heavyweight Title, Sheamus’ music hit and he rushed to the ring with his Money in the Bank contract. Hoping to stop the cash-in, Rollins tried to hit Sheamus with the championship, but Sheamus ducked and connected with a Brogue Kick.
Before the bell could ring for the impromptu match, however, an explosion of fire came at the entrance ramp, signaling Demon Kane’s return. Back in his signature mask, Kane stomped to the ring and chokeslammed his former Authority ally Rollins … and Sheamus, before hitting Rollins with a Tombstone to end Night of Champions.
Rollins entered Houston’s Toyota Center with two titles, but he left with two warnings: Sheamus is quickly becoming impatient with his Money in the Bank contract, and perhaps more terrifying, Kane’s inner monster is more awake than ever.
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In all the chaos that is WrestleMania somehow this interview from 3 days ago seems to have slipped past us! But regardless, here it is! On the 24th, Kane sat in for an interview with Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling to give what might be one of the best interviews he’s done in recent time.
Here’s just a teaser of it, and you can find the full interview at the link below.
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ShockYa.com, who conducted an interview with Kane months ago, sat down with Danielle Harris to discuss See No Evil 2. In the interview she talked about how Kane did all of his own stunts which you can read about below.
SY: Kane, who you mentioned earlier, reprised his role of killer Jacob Goodnight from the original film. What was your experience of working with him on the sequel?
DH: Kane’s a professional, wonderful and kind. He just shows up and does his job. But unfortunately, he’s one of those guys who always has to perform his own stunts. I don’t have that problem, because I only do my own stunts when it’s needed, and I truly feel comfortable. (laughs) But on this movie, I did do all of my own stunts.
But no one can do what Kane does. He broke through so many doors on a daily basis, and also had to beat the crap out of people every single day. So not only did he have to do all the acting, but he also had to do all his own physical performing.
I guess that’s actually just another day at the office for him, because this is what he does in his daily life in the ring. But he definitely had his work cut out for him in this movie. He’s wonderful, and I really enjoyed working with him. He made my job very easy.
Roman Reigns def. Kane via Count-out
Advantage: Roman Reigns? In advance of The Big Dog’s battle with Daniel Bryan at WWE Fastlane, the two potential No. 1 contenders were set to battle The Authority’s resident giants on Raw. Reigns did his part by knocking off Corporate Kane, though he owes an assist of sorts to Daniel Bryan, who kept instigating “Yes!” chants from the commentary table each time the 2014 Royal Rumble Match winner got his momentum going. Reigns ultimately got the win with a count-out ruling when Kane ate a Spear on the outside at a nine-count. But Bryan’s post-match antics — he set off another barrage of chants to distract from the victory and danced around an irate Reigns in the ring — proved The Big Dog wouldn’t be allowed to rest on his laurels quite so easily.
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Daniel Bryan def. Seth Rollins & J&J Security in a 3-on-1 Handicap Match
With the odds once again stacked against him by The Authority, Daniel Bryan went to war against Seth Rollins and J&J Security in a 3-on-1 Handicap Match. The Beard rose above, sending Nobel and Rollins flying before making Joey Mercury tap out to the “Yes!” Lock. As Bryan was celebrating, however, Kane attacked him from behind, setting up a 4-on-1 assault that ended with Rollin’s earth-shattering Curb Stomp.
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