The Undertaker: My Rivalry With Kane Is Probably The Greatest Story In Wrestling History

A long story for Kane and The Undertaker

Before driving the pace car at the NASCAR Cup Series race in Austin, Texas on Sunday, The Undertaker fielded questions from the press.

Following a question about his favourite rivalries, the future WWE Hall Of Famer noted his feud with Kane is "probably the greatest story ever told in wrestling." 

"My personal rivalry? Obviously, a lot of people will think of Mick Foley, which is high up on the list. Obviously, Kane is probably the greatest story ever told in wrestling. Also, I enjoyed my rivalries with Shawn Michaels, Triple H. Over the course of a 30-plus year career, you have a lot of interesting storylines and people that you get to compete against, but I'm gonna say probably the battles with Kane, I think," Undertaker said.

"It was just I think a storyline that people, whether you were a wrestling fan or you weren't, you understood just because of sibling rivalries. I think people identified with that. Kane was always such a physically dominant athlete that he always brought the best out of me, so I'm gonna go with The Brothers of Destruction."

The Undertaker and Kane's WWE careers were entwined following The Big Red Machine's debut at Badd Blood 1997 and they had over 300 matches together, either facing each other or teaming together as The Brothers Of Destruction. 

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