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Kane

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Also known as Isaac Yankem DDS, Diesel, Unabomb, Glen Jacobs, Christmas Creature, Doomsday, Spartacus, Angus King, Bruiser Mastino, Sid Powers

Total number of matches: 2826
Total number of wins: 1494 (52.9%)
Total number of losses: 1221 (43.2%)
Total number of draws: 111 (3.9%)
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# Item Matches Wins % W Losses % L Draws % D
1 2016 70 63 90.0 7 10.0 0 0.0
2 2015 136 44 32.4 92 67.6 0 0.0
3 2014 137 10 7.3 126 92.0 1 0.7
4 2013 124 98 79.0 26 21.0 0 0.0
5 2012 198 81 40.9 110 55.6 7 3.5
6 2011 96 58 60.4 38 39.6 0 0.0
7 2010 159 87 54.7 45 28.3 27 17.0
8 2009 118 54 45.8 62 52.5 2 1.7
9 2008 154 82 53.2 70 45.5 2 1.3
10 2007 134 106 79.1 20 14.9 8 6.0
11 2006 122 80 65.6 32 26.2 10 8.2
12 2005 106 86 81.1 17 16.0 3 2.8
13 2004 115 51 44.3 59 51.3 5 4.3
14 2003 122 69 56.6 51 41.8 2 1.6
15 2002 97 66 68.0 30 30.9 1 1.0
16 2001 150 101 67.3 47 31.3 2 1.3
17 2000 139 81 58.3 49 35.3 9 6.5
18 1999 199 102 51.3 85 42.7 12 6.0
19 1998 175 60 34.3 104 59.4 11 6.3
20 1997 49 32 65.3 15 30.6 2 4.1
21 1996 71 19 26.8 51 71.8 1 1.4
22 1995 93 35 37.6 56 60.2 2 2.2
23 1994 46 23 50.0 20 43.5 3 6.5
24 1993 14 6 42.9 7 50.0 1 7.1
25 1992 2 0 0.0 2 100.0 0 0.0
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The Chosen One wrote on 13.08.2016:
[10.0] "While his later years might not have been the best, he is still one of the greats of all time. In his prime back in 1997-2006 he was easily my favorite wrestler. He is defiantly the greatest monster heel ever and without him many top stars wouldn't have been very successful like X Pac and Daniel Bryan. Overall he really deserves a spot in the HOF."
IAmOdie wrote on 13.07.2016:
[10.0] "Like his kayfabe brother, he has done a lot to WWE. I heard he was to be pushed to be monsters just like the Undertaker, but he refused and wished to give such chance to younger Superstars. Seeing how he has put over younger talents, I think the rumor WAS true. Daniel Bryan was one of those whom Kane put over. Back in Attitude Era, this guy was literally a monster. He simply looks terrifying both in backstage and in the ring with his mask, especially the Big Red Machine. It's kinda stupid seeing him trying to be funny when he was with the Hurricane, but he WAS funny (and epic), so it's not stupid, it succeeded. Powerhouse suits this guy to this day especially with his trademark Chokeslam. And like his kayfabe brother, it's about time for him to retire. Undertaker, Kane, and Big Show deserve to retire in epic way."
NastyYaffa wrote on 22.06.2016:
[1.0] "I have much respect for The Big Red Machine, but he has never been one of my favorites. His in-ring work has never been spectacular, and his only legit great singles match have been vs. Chris Benoit & Daniel Bryan. I did enjoy his heel promos during his 2010 World Heavyweight Championship run, and his tag team w/ Daniel Bryan is one of my all-time favorites, but other than those 2 runs that lasted a couple of months, he hasn't really been that entertaining to me."
AMHTP wrote on 21.06.2016:
[5.0] "Kane has had a long and storied career full of ups and downs. He's had some of the best, and the worst, gimmicks in the WWE -- and the same applies to feuds and storylines. As a total package, I do feel that Kane has been overrated, but maybe that's because of my general distaste for the "big man" style of wrestling. I prefer those who are better athletes over those who happen to be seven feet tall. That said, in his prime Kane was better than most men his size by a long shot. He managed to capture a real aura of menace, and he always had an excellent understanding of his character. He was able to blend humor into his role without undermining his sense of danger, and he put on brutal matches which sold him as a powerhouse. Though he's long past his prime, I do respect Kane for the career he's had, and he will certainly be remembered among the better half of WWE's giants."
Son Edo wrote on 18.06.2016:
[9.0] "Kane is the probably the best monster heel from the past 20 years. He always did what was best for the company and is the least selfish competitor I've ever seen."
RabidWolverineGirl wrote on 12.05.2016:
[10.0] "He's definitely not in his prime. But he was a great worker when he was in his prime I really enjoyed his old matches and he played his character well. Unfortunately he was involved in a lot of crappy story lines during his career (coughcoughKATIEVICKcoughcough)"
killowenskill wrote on 20.04.2016:
[3.0] "Kane lucky with Gimmicks it without him would hardly have made at least some progress. Absolutely average wrestler, although this is not surprising when the dimensions. With microphone also does not get along. Charisma is not, attracts attention with their size and black and red suit. And many write "will respect Kane, in his age can jump from the rope". Yes, anyone can jump with a rope so the more the style of Kane is not changed from the beginning of his career, and it does not mean that it is kept afloat, even in spite of his age, which means that from the beginning he chose a kind of minimum and stick to it to this day. In his style there is nothing that will not be repeated the same Hulk Hogan, I had hitherto acted. Kane - the lazy man who eyesore even now, after twenty years of performances and still can not go to bed. Although why leave loads of the material it is not, and can not be."
Ice wrote on 29.02.2016:
[4.0] "Somehow compared to the same legacy as Undertaker... yet without any of the workrate and mostly taking up a hefty amount of space in the second half of his career on the roster. It's almost like he's lost the ability of how to sell as Kane as he's gotten older and sells like a developmental greenhorn now adays."
pqpqpqpq wrote on 19.02.2016:
[10.0] "Some of people are say about kane is overrated. But, I can't admit that. He debuts at 1997 (as kane) And He is now almost 50 years. look now, He still has a match. At full-time Wrestler. even he loses, wins I don't care. Though He can't make a nice match alone and also doesn't have lot of 4-5 star matches. But He always in his best, and didn't down on average."
Lord Surrey wrote on 09.02.2016:
[10.0] "Kane is steadily performing in 2016 although he is nearly 50 years old. He's one of the most underrated wrestlers ever: he deserved to win at least a Royal Rumble (2001) and several World Titles but he only had a run as WHC in 2010. He's a versatile wrestler, several times Tag Team Champion and World Tag Team Champion. What I like most about him is his record of Royal Rumble appearances and elimination, eliminating old wrestlers like Roddy Piper, Jimmy Snuka and young ones (see Ryback or Dean Ambrose), holding a record of 45 (in accordance to me) eliminations."

8.35
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Number of comments: 443
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Average Rating: 8.36
Average in 2016: 8.42
Average in 2015: 8.21
Average in 2014: 7.85
Average in 2013: 8.17
Average in 2012: 8.55
Average in 2011: 7.81
Average in 2010: 8.28
Average in 2009: 8.21
Average in 2008: 8.69
Average in 2007: 8.35

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