Kane recently sat down with Gary Spears from KISS-FM in New York. Here are some highlights from the interview.
It might snow during Wrestlemania this year. "Who knows what's going to happen, right? This may be the first Wrestlemania that they bring the snowplows out. This is going to be really interesting."
If he was surprised the Undertaker came back this year. "Not really. He's still got some gas left in the tank. If you're going to be on the show, this is the show to be on, right? And of course, he's a guy who really loves the business and loves to be out there. So, that didn't surprise me at all, no."
If the locker room is jealous of the "part time" wrestlers like the Rock and Lesnar. "I don't think so, because what we try to do is parlay that into better business all around. When the Rock comes back, that takes to a completely different level. The interest he generates is mainstream. It's beneficial, more so than anyone else can do, frankly. Any petty jealousies that there might be need to be set aside, because we all benefit. It's like when people say I don't like so and so because they're in the top spot, and I'm like well I do like them because I get to work with them and make more money. That's how I look at it, and I think everybody does. We all benefit from those guys, and the excitement and tension they generate."
If he was surprised how much Team Hell No caught on. "Yeah, I was, and also the fact that it was such a departure from what I normally do. For me anyway, maybe that's why it worked so well, because it was such a contrast from what Kane has done in the past. Despite the fact that I'm dealing with Daniel Bryan all the time, which is an enormous pain, I've actually had a really good time and a lot of fun doing that angle because it has been something different. It gives me some versatility and being able to show a side of Kane that people haven't seen before makes the character a lot more well rounded. You're not just a monster, you're a monster who can crack jokes."
You can listen to the whole interview here.
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