Source: Wrestling Observer NewsletterKane and his wife have started a new insurance company in Knoxville, TN called The Jacobs Agency. They offer auto, home, motorcycle, RV, boat, life and commercial insurance, as well as retirement planning.
Kane has told people in the area that he's been planning on retiring from WWE for some time now but it's hard to walk away from the money, so he's going to continue wrestling while he can still make the big money.
There's also a feeling locally in the political world that at some point Kane would be interested in running for public office as a Libertarian party candidate.
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