The WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2021 has grown once again as it was announced on WWE The Bump, that Kane is the latest member of the 2021 class. He joins Molly Holly, whose induction was also revealed on The Bump, as members of the newest class. In a nice moment, they got Kane’s kayfabe brother, longtime tag team partner, and rival, The Undertaker to help break the news to the Big Red Machine.
— WWE (@WWE) March 24, 2021
Kane debuted for the WWE in 1995 and competed as a performer consistently until 2018. He even made a return in the 2021 Royal Rumble match, his first match since late 2018. During his 23-year WWE career, Kane became a heavily decorated performer. He is a former ECW Heavyweight Champion, World Heavyweight Champion, WWE Champion, a nine-time World Tag Team Champion, two-time RAW Tag Team Champion, two-time Intercontinental Champion, and he also held the WCW Tag Team Championships during the Invasion days.
Kane is also one of the most heralded performers in Royal Rumble history as he has or had held a number of Royal Rumble records. Despite that, he has never won a Royal Rumble match giving him the worst Rumble record in history of 19 appearances, with no wins. For his long-time commitment to WWE and his flexibility as a performer, Kane makes for a welcomed addition to the 2021 Hall of Fame class.
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