Kane's Inferno

Kane's Inferno

Unlike some, I’ve never truly been questioned why I like Kane. Most people just accept it. When I first started watching wrestling, which was on October 16 2009, the first thing I saw was Kane coming out and telling Chris Jericho that he was the co-captain of Team Smackdown for Bragging Rights. After that, I went out of my way to find everything I could on the man, the monster. I got myself a copy of The Twisted and Disturbed Life of Kane, which I’ll also mention came free with other things I bought, and I just enjoyed the character even more.

Since then, I’ve surrounded myself with knowledge of Kane. I watched countless matches on YouTube; I watched the DVD set as much as I could, memorize various matches and everything. Since then, I haven’t missed one Kane match on TV. No matter if I like the guy he’s against or not, I’ve always rooted for him. To me, Kane is one of the most underestimated workers in the business. His microphone skills are unmatched by any hardly-speaking character on both shows, and he gives up a lot for the business. I’m always amazed by him no matter what he’s doing, and because of that, I’ve become even more a fan of his, and the business.

My dream is to one day actually meet the man behind Kane, Glenn Jacobs. My day, my year, my life would be made if that dream came true.