Kane & The Big Show set for SmackDown battle

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Kane and The Big Show are set to go one-on-one in tonight's episode of Smackdown, reports Sky Sports. 

The wrestling duo, who have been involved in the industry for a number of years, will take to the ring in North Little Rock, Arkansas.

The pair were in fact once tag-team partners, however The Big Show recently knocked Kane out with one of his famous punches and the World's Largest Athlete will be hoping to do the same again this evening. 

However, Kane - who is currently the director of operations in the WWE, will be hoping to get his own back on his rival. 

The build up to WrestleMania looks set to continue on tonight's Smackdown with the Grandest Stage of them All just a matter of weeks away. 

Some huge matches have already been announced for the major pay-per-view, but it remains to be seen as to the roles the likes of Kane and the Big Show play on April 6. 

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