Kane has revealed he is enjoying his tag-team partnership with Daniel Bryan and believes he is, for once, the 'sane' one.
Having been one of WWE's best-known characters since 1997, Kane is regarded as a 'dark' character having wrestled under various gimmicks.
Kane thinks that his partner Daniel Bryan in 'Team Hell No' has allowed him to portray a different side of him.
“What’s really amazing is that after all these years, I’ve become the voice of reason,” Kane told AL. “If you’d told me years ago that I would be the sane person on a tag team, I would have told you you were crazy. But I have been.
“In all seriousness, the past year, I’ve really enjoyed it, maybe more so than any other time in my career,” he said. “It has allowed me to do things I’ve never done before.”
Byran is 14 years younger than Kane at 32 having made his debut in 1999. The pair won the WWE's Tag Team Championship in 2012 and managed to hold onto it until May. The duo will challenge The Shield at 'WWE Live' when it comes to the Mobile Civic Center on Friday June 21 as they attempt to take back the title.
Kane is relishing being able to show a different side to him and has praised Bryan's wrestling skills.
“It’s a very intriguing relationship,” Kane said. “With Daniel I’ve been able to show a completely different side.”
“Daniel Bryan might be the most talented guy on the roster right now,” he said. “I think he’s the best technical wrestler we have, and he’s also one of those guys who’s been able to forge a connection with our fans. And people who are able to do that are very successful.”
Kane also believes that the sport of WWE is on the rise again and says he sees more families and kids in the crowd. He thinks that longtime fans can expect a fresher feel to action like the upcoming one in the Mobile Civic Center.
Making his debut in 1992, Kane is known by adults and children alike.
“I’m a bit of an institution at this point,” he said. “I don’t know if this is a compliment, it’s one of those things where you go, ‘oh please don’t say it,’ but I get, ‘Hey, I’ve been watching you since I was a kid.’ And they’re all grown up now and you’re like, ‘Aw, man.’ I get that a lot.”
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