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The Undertaker could have one last big match at Survivor Series, said Kane

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Kane sat down for an interview with Ryan Satin for WWE on Fox ahead of the Undertaker’s’Final Farewell’ at Survivor Collection, and The Big Red Machine answered a plethora of questions about his storyline brother.

Amongst all the interesting topics, Kane was requested about the 1 match he’d love to see Undertaker possess in the future if at all possible.

Kane would love to step in the ring with The Deadman again, and he even liked the idea of having the next Brothers of Destruction reunion and game. But, Kane also added that it would be really cool for the fantasy match between Sting and The Undertaker to come to fruition.

Kane mentioned that Sting vs. Undertaker is a dream match that everybody desires, and it could be a terrific competition to witness.

“Oh, I don’t know, man. Maybe me (laughs) at some point, you know! One more with Kane and The Undertaker or The Brothers of Destruction. And then, of course, I think the dream match everybody has is The Undertaker vs. Sting. We’ll see if that ever eventuates, but certainly, there are some, still some very compelling matches that The Undertaker could be involved, and he’s probably going to be very angry at me because you know because now I’m booking him in matches. I should probably shut up about it at this point.

Could we see a cinematic match between The Undertaker and Sting?

Ryan Satin chimed in and added that Sting vs. Undertaker can still happen if WWE wishes to book a Cinematic match. Kane agreed and added that the Boneyard Match with AJ Styles was a great case and a solid piece of business.

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Kane also felt the Undertaker could retire in the ring, but his brother would never truly step away from the wrestling business.

“Yeah, The Boneyard Match with AJ Styles was amazing. It was incredible—just a great piece of business. So, yeah, who knows. Again, it’s not like The Undertaker is going to rest in peace. They retire from in-ring action on a consistent basis, but I don’t think he is the one who is completely going to step away from the business all the way.”

According to PWInsider, Kane will also be in attendance at Survivor Series, which will mark the end of their Undertaker’s career. Even though there’s speculation that it could be a swerve, the Phenom can truly be achieved this time. There is just you to learn, and that is to see Survivor Series on November 22nd.

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