Kane is one of the most recognisable faces in wrestling. Over his 19 year stint in the WWE he has held numerous titles and has even had some "success" on the big screen.
His 2006 horror movie See No Evil was poorly received but did ok at the box office. It grossed $15,003,884 at the U.S box office on a budget of $8,000,000. Not a total disaster, considering it was WWE studio's first movie.
In the wake of the See No Evil sequel - See No Evil 2 - which is released straight to Blu-Ray this week Kane sat down with AlternativeNation.net to talk all things in and out of the ring.
Kane was asked about a potential match up with Sting - presumably at Wrestlemania - and he stated that a match up with the legendary wrestler would be a "dream come true":
"That would be a dream come true, because Sting is one of the guy who I looked up to when I was a youngster. The dude was the face of WCW, and before that the NWA, one of the most popular wrestlers in history. That would be pretty awesome."
Kane is one of the longest serving members in the WWE, along with Triple H and when the two met 19 years ago he had no idea that they would have achieved what they have. He also paid tribute to Triple H, who has taken a step back from wrestling to take on a leadership role with the WWE:
"He’s done a tremendous job with the Performance Center in Orlando, and with NXT. They have a great product, the guys that are coming out of there are really great. I was just thinking about that the other day, you could always tell there was something special about him. Certainly he knows the wrestling business like no one else, he’s got a fabulous mind...I don’t know which is more surprising, the fact that he’s in the role that he’s in, or that I’m still here in WWE 20 years later."
With two lead movie roles under his belt, Kane also discussed the potential for a Kane Origins movie, which would go back to his and the Undertaker's roots:
That actually would be quite interesting, wouldn’t it? Because the thing that made Kane so unique, and such a great character in WWE, is that he does have a backstory that’s unique to him. He’s a character within sort of the WWE Universe, and he’s a clearly defined character. So yeah, that would be really cool, because you could get into the whole history of what happened with Kane and The Undertaker as kids, so that would be interesting.
During his chat with AlternateNation Kane also touched on topics such as, Daniel Bryan, his love for horror films, travelling with other wrestlers and Vince McMahon. Read the full interview here.