WWE fans from the Attitude Era who still tune in to Raw and SmackDown have seen most of their favourite superstars fade away into the background, aside from a select few special stars.
Some have branched out into Hollywood like The Rock, others are producing their own beer and podcasts like Stone Cold Steve Austin, whereas others are still involved in the WWE system, such as Triple H and Shawn Michaels.
But there's only a couple that can still go in the ring - although WWE lost one of those last year when Chris Jericho decided to join forces with All Elite Wrestling.
Two iconic figures of the Attitude Era though who have not yet hung up the wrestling boots are Kane and The Undertaker.
Whilst Taker has been active in 2019 with matches at Super ShowDown and Extreme Rules, the only time we've seen the Big Red Machine this year is his 24/7 Championship segments on Raw with R-Truth on Raw in September.
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That's because the man behind Kane - Glenn Jacobs - is currently the Mayor of Knox County, Tennessee, so he's got a lot more to be doing than stepping into the squared circle at 52 years of age.
Despite that though, he's still pining for a return somewhere down the line, and he knows exactly what he wants to do when that eventually happens.
"Even though Undertaker and I had a match with D-Generation X that has never happened before, it would be great to reunite the Brothers of Destruction," Kane told TV Insider.
"That is always so special. That would be for me the ultimate thing.”
The bout in Saudi Arabia against HHH and HBK was Kane's last official match in WWE, and that was just over a year ago.
If a final reunion was to happen, it would be interesting to see if the duo would win their last match together, or whether they'd put over a younger pairing.
Teams like the Viking Raiders, Undisputed Era, AOP amongst others would gain a heck of a lot if they had a victory against two future Hall of Famers to their names, but at the same time it wouldn't be surprising at all if we saw them against another tag team of the past.News Now - Sport News