Kane To Be Inducted Into The WWE Hall Of Fame
The Big Red Machine will join the class of 2021
After 26 years in WWE, Kane will be inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame on April 6, joining Molly Holly, Eric Bischoff and The Great Khali in the class of 2021.
The Big Red Machine was given the news by The Undertaker on today's edition of The Bump and after he initially exclaimed, "Are you serious?" Glenn Jacobs thanked his Brother Of Destruction while he tried to hold back tears.
After initially debuting in WWE in 1995 as Mike Unabomb and then as Isaac Yankem, Glenn Jacobs eventually found his footing once he became the masked man Kane in 1997. He went on to become one of WWE's top stars over the next 20+ years and is a former WWE and World Heavyweight Champion.
Outside of his success in singles competition, Kane was a proficient tag team wrestler and was one-half of the popular tag teams The Brothers Of Destruction with The Undertaker and Team Hell No with Daniel Bryan.
While he would take a step back from wrestling in 2018 after being elected Mayor of Knox County, Tennessee, The Devil's Favourite Demon has continued to make sporadic appearances and he most recently stepped in the ring at Royal Rumble 2021.