The Undertaker Reveals His Favourite Interactions With Kane In WWE
Kane was informed of his Hall Of Fame induction by The Undertaker...
The Undertaker has named the WrestleMania 14 match as his favourite match with Kane in WWE, while also recalling their interaction at Survivor Series 2003.
'Taker had the honour of informing his storyline brother, and long-time friend, Kane on Wednesday that he was the latest inductee into the WWE Hall Of Fame as a part of the Class Of 2021.
The two have been entwined since Kane's WWE debut in 1997 and Undertaker has revealed the first time they locked up, at WrestleMania 14 in 1998, is one of his favourite memories of them having a match together.
Kane and Undertaker would team up and go to war with each other throughout the years, and the recently retired 'Taker would also reminisce about Survivor Series 2003, when Kane interfered in his Buried Alive Match with Vince McMahon.
It was that interaction that led to the return of 'The Deadman' at WrestleMania 20, where he would once again beat 'The Big Red Machine' at 'The Showcase Of The Immortals'.
Speaking on The Bump, The Undertaker said: "I think the WrestleMania  in Boston after a long build-up, that one comes to mind, for sure. I think it was one of our better matches. It was the brothers going at it on The Grandest Stage of the All.
"Then, you did a pretty good number on me when I wrestled Vince [McMahon]. You come out of nowhere, swerve me, and then bury me with a front-end loader filled with dirt. That wasn’t very nice. That really was the catalyst of bringing the old Undertaker back."
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