From burying people alive to lighting them on fire, there?s nothing Kane won?t do.
The character of Kane is one of the most unique in the history of World Wrestling Entertainment. He?s been a regular performer on WWE TV since his debut at the Badd Blood PPV in October 1997 when he cost his ?brother? The Undertaker the first Hell in a Cell match ever against Shawn Michaels. It?s been nearly 20 years for him on WWE TV and now he?s the oldest active performer in WWE. The Undertaker and Sting are older, but they?re not on TV regularly the way Kane is.
It?s pretty remarkable that Kane is still a relevant character after all these years too. Not only that, but he appears on nearly every episode of Raw and Smackdown, plus he works nearly every weekend on WWE live events too. This is not about Glenn Jacobs the man, though. It?s about the lunacy that is the character of Kane.
Along with The Undertaker, Kane is the guy that has done the most crazy things in the history of WWE. When he was starting out there was the mystery of what he looked like under the mask and he was given supernatural powers at times. When he first spoke it was a big deal. When he first turned face it was huge. A few years went by with the character getting stale, then they took off the mask in 2003. He was great in that role as a lunatic that couldn?t be controlled.
Kane has turned heel and face so many times that it?s hard to keep track, but most of these attacks happened in a heel role as a way to put over the idea that he has lost his mind. There?s nobody that can compare to him in terms of being that psychotic heel character.
Keep in mind that none of these are really that serious and it?s all part of an entertainment show so calling them attempted murder is just for fun on our part, but they are still great examples of the craziness that is Kane?s character.
Here are ten of the more violent moments in Kane?s career where you could say that he took things a little too far.