Kane is a very busy man because one day he can main event Raw against John Cena and the next time we see him a couple days later he’s on Fox Business wearing a suit in full candidate mode. The Big Red Machine is looking to become Mayor of Knox County Tennessee and he has some big plans.
Not only is it great for Kane that he can bring a national eye on his home but he really wants to make a change as well. JBL spoke to Kane on Fox Business about his race and what he plans to do and Kane touched on some hot-button issues like schools and the opioid epidemic.
Kane spoke intelligently in pretty nice sound bites and presented a solid enough platform. He said that communities need to gather together to fight the ongoing drug problem that is sweeping our nation and his home of Knoxville, TN is no different. Kane also really put over his homestead for having the world’s first 3d printed automobile which is cool.
One thing is for sure, Kane said he will not raise taxes because he sees a chance for spending money more efficiently with the dollars they already have. Kane wanted to keep his focus on a local level, but who knows how far his political star will rise.
The election isn’t until May 1st, so he’s likely going to appear more sporadically on Raw until then. But you never know where Kane could pop up next in WWE on the Road The WrestleMania.
.@GlennJacobsTN, WWE’s ‘Kane’ on his run for mayor in Knoxville, TN: “The federal government gets a lot press and that’s what the media talks about, but your state and local governments in many ways have more impact on your life than the federal government does.” pic.twitter.com/Rt6c0WKzq3
— FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) March 28, 2018
Catch up on some of the trending news stories from the past 24 hours by clicking below:
- SPOILER: WWE has big plans for Samoa Joe
- WATCH: Alexa Bliss wants a match with a WWE Hall Of Famer
- Kevin Owens changes name on Twitter and loses verification
- Kenny Omega on WWE’s treatment of homosexual characters
- Reason why Daniel Bryan looked so good in the ring on SmackDown Live