|By Marc Middleton | October 14, 2012 | Comments|
His WWE future: "I have a few more years to go. I really don't have a specific game plan in mind. I'm still having fun. I'm still having a good time. As long as I can keep getting in the ring, I want to keep it up."
Teaming with Daniel Bryan: "We're a tag team that really doesn't work that well together. The (verbal jabs) in between us are quite entertaining. It's a bit more lighthearted than I usually have (in a storyline). It's fun to do and different than what I have done in the past."
Keeping his character fresh: "I've been doing this for a while, and people have come to respect that. I am also the last of my generation who works (in the ring) pretty much full time. I am always surprising people in doing things they didn't think I could. I like being able to still do that after all these years."
Kane also revealed that he has become more and more involved in WWE's creative process.
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