Full Name: Glenn Thomas Jacobs Ring Name: Kane Date of Birth: April 26th, 1967 Place of Birth: Madrid, Spain Debut Date: October 5th, 1997 Billed: Parts Unknown Finisher: Chokeslam From Hell, Tombstone Piledriver About: Glenn Thomas Jacobs (born April 26, 1967) is a professional wrestler and actor better known by his ring name, Kane. He is currently working for World Wrestling Entertainment, signed to its RAW brand. Read More...
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Down but not out, Team Rhodes Scholars remain firmly in the hunt for Kane and Daniel Bryan’s WWE Tag Team Championships, officially being named the No. 1 contenders last week shortly after derailing Team Hell No’s latest therapy session with Dr. Shelby. And while the Scholars fell short in their singles efforts against the mismatched anger buddies last week, our money’s on Rhodes and Sandow closing ranks and making one final attempt at Team Hell No’s delicate psyches to unman them before the two tandems meet next Sunday.
Woe unto the poor Superstar who finds himself facing The Devil’s Favorite Demon in a Royal Rumble Match. Though The Undertaker’s younger brother has never won a Rumble bout, he’s still managed to become something of a master when it comes to this particular contest, amassing several records over his storied career and leaving no shortage of decimated Superstars in his wake. In 2001, Kane set the all-time record for eliminations in a single Royal Rumble Match with 11, a benchmark that still stands 12 years later (and lest the WWE Universe think Kane simply laid waste to journeymen en route to the record, The Rock was one of the Superstars he tossed). The Big Red Machine lasted the longest of any Superstar in that Rumble and made it to the final two before being eliminated by victor “Stone Cold” Steve Austin. He also holds 37 all-time eliminations, a mark second only to WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels’ 40. And while Kane was absent from the 2012 Rumble Match, he stands a good chance of topping The Showstopper’s tally in 2013 should he return to his personal playground. We don’t know if he’d be able to win an all-time Royal Rumble Match, but we’re sure that — pardon the expression — he’d give his opponents hell in the attempt.
Randy Orton & WWE Tag Team Champions Team Hell No def. Intercontinental Champion Wade Barrett & Team Rhodes Scholars in a Six-Man Tag Match
Two days after Randy Orton was attacked by The Shield during his match against U.S. Champion Antonio Cesaro on WWE Main Event, The Viper joined forces with Team Hell No to take on Wade Barrett & Team Rhodes Scholars on SmackDown.
With their WWE Tag Team Title Match at Royal Rumble looming, there was certainly bad blood between Team Hell No and Team Rhodes Scholars, made worse by Damien Sandow & Cody Rhodes making an unwelcome appearance Monday night during the champions’ therapy session with Dr. Shelby.
Chaotic action was par for the course in the six-man tag bout from the start. And when Rhodes hit Cross Rhodes on WWE’s Apex Predator, the end seemed near. But after Kane was able to break-up the three-count, Orton rallied. The Viper coiled, unleashing a ring-shaking RKO to Sandow to send Orton & Team Hell No on to a huge victory.
After their win, Orton found himself in the middle of a (not-so-voluntary) group hug with Kane & Daniel Bryan — all part of Team Hell No’s road to recovery.
Home > World Wrestling Entertainment > Live Event Digitals > Friday Night Smackdown > 2013 > January 18th
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Kane & Daniel Bryan produced mixed results in the ring this week and now must deal with a more imposing challenge: their four-month checkup by anger management guru Dr. Shelby!
Tag Team Champions Team Hell No def. The Prime Time Players
With a four-month reevaluation by Dr. Shelby looming on Raw this Monday, the WWE Tag Team Champions displayed tremendous teamwork Friday night in a win over The Prime Time Players.
While Titus O’Neil targeted Daniel Bryan’s weakened knee in the early going, Kane was able to turn the tide of the battle. After Bryan nailed Titus & Darren Young with a double knee drop from the top rope, Kane delivered a monstrous Chokeslam to put “Mr. No Days Off” down for the three-count.
Home > World Wrestling Entertainment > Live Event Digitals > Friday Night Smackdown > 2013 > January 11th
Team Rhodes Scholars def. WWE Tag Team Champions Team Hell No
One championship pursuit that seemed to turn a corner was Team Rhodes Scholars’ endless chase of the WWE Tag Team Championships, as the brainy bros knocked off Team Hell No in a non-title match in Tampa. The tandem of Cody Rhodes & Damien Sandow has long pursued Kane & Daniel Bryan’s twin titles, and while they’ve typically come up just short of Team Hell No, the Scholars pulled off the tag upset in the Sunshine State. Kane & Bryan took control of the bout early on, isolating Sandow in a mirror of the Rhodes Scholars’ own divide-and-conquer strategy, but the intellectually gifted grapplers proved that patience is indeed a virtue and turned the tide after Bryan tweaked his knee. Capitalizing on the submission expert’s injury, Rhodes quickly tagged in and went to work. Rhodes escaped Bryan’s last-ditch attempt at a small package and pounding the “No!” man with Cross Rhodes for the win.
Home > World Wrestling Entertainment > Live Event Digitals > Monday Night RAW > 2013 > January 7th
Thanks to our loyal visitor Erin, we’ve got candids of Kane from the live even in Chicago on December 26th, 2012. Kane teamed with Ryback and Daniel Bryan to take on the team of The Shield. Head over to the gallery now to check out the photos!
WWE Tag Team Champions Team Hell No def. Team Rhodes Scholars
Last month on WWE Main Event, Team Rhodes Scholars battled Team Hell No in a fast-paced battle that saw Cody Rhodes suffer a concussion and shoulder injury. Following a full recovery and sporting a new ’stache, Rhodes rejoined his tag team partner Damien Sandow and sought revenge by once again challenging Team Hell No for the WWE Tag Team Championships on WWE Main Event. Despite the injury and absence from active competition, the rivalry between Team Hell No and Team Rhodes Scholars has continued to brew — Sandow and Rhodes believing they are indeed much more civilized than the combustible WWE Tag Team Champions.
Nevertheless, the only way to prove which team is supreme is inside the squared circle and the WWE Universe in Philly was treated to the high stakes rematch between the duos. As the match got underway, it was abundantly clear there was more than just animosity between the respective teams competing on ION Television. Rhodes was set to start the match against Daniel Bryan, but the son of WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes demanded Kane be tagged in to begin the contest.
Kane and Rhodes exchanged blows, but The Big Red Monster maintained the edge over his opponent — revenge no doubt clouding Rhodes’ strategy — ultimately forcing him to tag in Sandow. Team Hell No maintained clear momentum over the challengers, however, and the WWE Universe’s support was strong for the champions, chanting “Yes!” whenever Bryan would scream “No!”
Teamwork was the key to Team Hell No’s domination throughout much of the contest. Though Sandow took the brunt of the punishment, he managed to tag in Rhodes but Kane maintained the advantage. With their outlook grim for capturing the Tag Team Titles, Team Rhodes Scholars adjusted their strategy. Rhodes feigned an injury, allowing Sandow to distract The Big Red Monster as Rhodes threw him into the steel steps.
The nefarious tactics proved to be effective as Sandow and Rhodes displayed teamwork of their own, keeping Kane reeling and — more importantly — away from tagging in Bryan. Avoiding an all-out slugfest with The Big Red Monster, Team Rhodes Scholars made sure to tag in and out frequently, not allowing Kane to adjust his bearings with respect to who he faced inside the ring. But the experience and the resilience of the former WWE and World Heavyweight Champion enabled him to make the tag, resulting in Bryan regaining momentum for the champions.
Momentum shifted back and forth, both duos continued to display teamwork in an effort to prove why the championships belong on their waists. Though Team Rhodes Scholars nearly accomplished their goal, Team Hell No continued to fight. As Rhodes and Kane battled once again in the center of the ring, the second-generation Superstar missed a moonsault, giving his rival an opening to deliver a devastating Chokeslam. The maneuver was followed by Bryan’s flying headbutt, allowing Team Hell No to pick up the victory and retain the WWE Tag Team Championships.
Home > World Wrestling Entertainment > Live Event Digitals > WWE Main Event > 2012 > December 19th
The WWE Tag Team Champions Team Hell No teamed up with R-Truth to face 3MB at the 10th anniversary of WWE Tribute to the Troops. The deck looked stacked against the champions and Truth as they were joining forces for the first time against a trio that has shown over the past few weeks that they are in sync. Looking for any reason to party — a victory in front of America’s bravest men and women would give 3MB a huge boost. Nonetheless, the combined efforts and experience of Team Hell No & R-Truth proved to be too much for the air guitar-playing trio and they left Norfolk a bit out of tune.