WWE Hall Of Famer Leaves Door Open For One More Match

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Could another WWE Hall of Famer make a comeback?

Despite many believing the ship had sailed on The Rock getting back in the ring, The Great One appears set to lace up his boots at WrestleMania. However, the star isn’t the only legend to chase one more match, with wrestling littered with veterans who can’t turn down a chance to get in front of a live crowd one more time.

During a new interview with David Gornowski, Glenn Jacobs — better known to wrestling fans as Kane, was asked about wrestling again despite his political career. The WWE Hall of Famer admitted a comeback was unlikely, but stopped short of ruling it out altogether.

“I am probably not getting in the ring. I watch it now and I’m amazed at how athletic everybody is. I don’t think my body can take that kind of punishment anymore, you know? We always say never say never. So I leave the door open to many different things,”

Jacobs began his career in 1992 before eventually finding his way to Smoky Mountain Wrestling and WWE in 1995. Although his early gimmicks did little to help him into the big time, Jacobs struck gold when selected as Kane — The Undertaker’s brother, in 1997.

The gimmick became one of the most iconic WWE characters of all time and earned Jacobs a spot in the Hall of Fame in 2021. The veteran’s most recent in-ring appearance came in the 2021 Royal Rumble match.

Another WWE Hall Of Famer Refuses To Rule Out One More Match

Glenn Jacobs isn’t the only legend refusing to completely call it quits, with Steve Austin recently admitting he’s open to getting back in the ring.

Austin hasn’t wrestled since defeating Kevin Owens at WrestleMania 38, but that doesn’t mean he’s ready to hang up his boots quite yet.

During a recent interview, Austin said he didn’t want to rule out a comeback, while discussing a hypothetical match with CM Punk.

H/t to Fightful