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Former WWF Tag Team Champion (with X-Pac, Mankind, The Undertaker,The Hurricane, and Rob Van Dam)
Former World Wrestling Federation Heavyweight Champion
Also wrestled as: "Isaac Yankem DDS", and the fake "Diesel"
Formerly owned a gym called Family Fitness in Sevierville, Tennessee, and has permanent residence in Knoxville, Tennessee.
His "brother" the Undertaker has been cited working out at the gym by many people. Sevierville is also the home of former tag champ Henry Godwinn AKA Mark Canterbury.
Has 2 stepdaughters.
Had a March 2002 appearance on "The Weakest Link" in which he ended up as the strongest link by defeating wrestler, Bubba Ray Dudley, in the final round.
Had his head busted open during a RAW steel cage match with HHH. He became very dizzy but had to continue the match because "Kane is supposed to be invincible."
Shows more and more "skin" with each costume change even though his charactor is supposed to be "burned."
Character, "Kane", used to talk through an external voice box.
Has improved (dramatically) his chokeslam so much over the years that it has become his finisher.
Has such a hard time using the "Tomestone Piledriver" because of damage on his knees that he no longer uses it as his finisher.
Is not really "burned" or related to the Undertaker in real life.
Prints out his name as his autograph rather than writing in cursive.
Now wears an elbow pad on his left arm because of the damage it has taken over the years.
Was not (despite popular belief) the "other" Undertaker in the infamous "The Undertaker Vs. The Undertaker" match. That Undertaker was actually Brian Harris aka (Prime Time Brian Lee).
Was forced to unmask on the June 23, 2003 episode of WWE RAW as part of a stipulation in his "mask vs. belt" match against World Heavyweight Champion Triple H (aka: Paul Levesque), therefore exposing his "burnt" face to the world.
Buried his "brother," the Undertaker, at Survivor Series 2003.
Although he held the title for only 24 hours, the shortest title reign record belongs to Yokozuna, who at Wrestlemania IX beat Bret Hart and then lost the belt to Hulk Hogan 3 minutes later when Yoko's manager issued an open challenge to anyone to come down to the ring.
Competed in Wrestlemania 2000 with a broken left hand.
His "inverted colors" oufit was inspired by the video game, "WWF Warzone." The game featured an inverted outfit for his alter ego due to lack of variety in his costumes at the time.
As the character Unibomb, won USWA Tag Team Titles with Al Snow.
Wrestled in the USWA under the name Unibomb. This is where he met WWF wrestler/annoucer Jerry Lawler who would bring him to the WWF as Lawler's lunatic dentist, Issac Yankem DDS.
Has had feuds with the Undertaker for years under many different characters. Some matches including his on again off again feuds as Kane, the Undertaker's deformed brother, a Survivor Series match were the Royals (Jerry Lawler, King Mabel, Triple H, and Isaac Yankem) took on the Dark Side (Undertaker, Savio Vega, Fatu, and Henry O Godwin). As well as many cross over WWF/USWA matches between the Undertaker and Unibomb.
The first & only man to kick out of the Tombstone Piledriver; he kicked out of not one but two Tombstone Piledrivers at Wrestlemania XIV, in singles competition for the first time, against the Undertaker. It took a third Tombstone Piledriver from The Undertaker to register a victory against Kane in that match.
Attended Truman State University.
Former Intercontinental Champion.
Former WCW Tag Team Champion.
Is not actual brother of other WWE veteran, the Undertaker.
The extremely noticeable scars on the back of his head came from the infamous RAW steel cage match when his head got slammed by the cage door.
Kane became a 9 time World Tag Team Champion, this time with the Big Show by defeating Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch on Nov. 1, 2005 at Taboo Tuesday.
With his "brother's" 14-0 winning streak at Wrestlemania, Kane is the only opponent whom Undertaker had beaten more than once at the pay-per-view show. Once at Wrestlemania XIV and at Wrestlemania XX, six years later.
At WrestleMania 22, he successfully defended the World Tag Team Campionships with his tag team partner the Big Show (Paul Wight), against Carlito and Chris Masters.
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