Watch: Kane embarrassingly lost his mask and wig during match with DX at Crown Jewel

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It's fair to say now that the dust has settled, WWE Crown Jewel has been met with mixed reviews.

Much of the night saw the World Cup unfold - which featured strictly participants from the United States for some reason - and the climax of that tournament featured a shocker.

The final was set to be SmackDown's The Miz taking n Raw's Dolph Ziggler, but when Miz came down with an injury, SD Live commissioner Shane McMahon inexplicably inserted himself into the match.

McMahon would go on to win that match and this was hot on the heels of Brock Lesnar winning the Universal title against Braun Strowman where he didn't take a single bump.

Needless to say, fans were hardly in the best mood by the time the main event rolled around, but what we got was D-Generation X taking on the Brothers of Destruction.

Yes, this match had a combined age of 205 and saw the return of the great Shawn Michaels after eight years in retirement.

As fun and nostalgic as the main event was, it was filled with sloppy spots and a few botches, many of which can be explained by Triple H's now known torn pectoral muscle.

However, no botch or error was more entertaining than what happened to Kane in the middle part of the match.

Whilst battling with Shawn Michaels on tops of the turnbuckle, HBK inadvertently pulled Kane's mask and wig away in a really embarrassing moment for the Big Red Machine.

Of course, Kane is also known as Glenn Jacobs, the mayor of Knox County in Tennessee these days. As you can imagine, it didn't take long for Twitter to have a good laugh at what happened.

With Triple H's injury, chances are his slated bout with Batista at WrestleMania 35 seems unlikely at best. It's been reported that Michaels would possibly work a programme for WrestleMania, but that remains up in the air.

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As for Kane and the Undertaker, Kane is certainly a part-time superstar as and when at this stage. For the Deadman, speculation is rife that he will be inducted into the Hall of Fame in April and have his final match at WrestleMania in New York.

One has to think all four men are on the home straight of their careers.

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