The Undertaker returned to Raw once again on Monday night to reveal that Kane will be in his corner at Super Show-Down.
WWE Super Show-Down is less than three weeks away and the build to the massive Australia show is predominantly focused on one match, Triple H versus The Undertaker. The two surefire Hall Of Famers have done battle numerous times, including at WrestleMania on three different occasions, but this upcoming match is being billed as the last time they will ever face off.
While The Game and The Deadman have seemingly not been in the same building yet for the build to this one, at least not in storyline terms, Taker has clashed with his opponent's buddy, Shawn Michaels. HBK and the man who retired him had a run in on Raw a couple of weeks ago, during which some stern words were exchanged. Subsequently, Michaels will be in Triple H's corner in Melbourne on October 6, 2018.
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Despite that news, The Undertaker will not be at a disadvantage. The Phenom returned to Raw once again this week to reply to the message Triple H has sent him a week prior. Not only that, but the almost 30-year veteran revealed that he will also have someone in his corner, his fellow Brother Of Destruction, Kane.
There had been rumors circulating before Undertaker's announcement on Raw that the pair could be reuniting, and this is confirmation of that. In fact, by the time Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia rolls around, we could see all four men involved in this rivalry in the ring together. The Brothers Of Destruction versus D-Generation X, the match that finally coaxes HBK out of retirement after eight and a half years.
When Kane returned to WWE earlier this year to team with Daniel Bryan, most fans thought it would probably be the last we saw of him in the ring. That's because shortly afterward he became the mayor of Know County, Tennessee. It comes as quite a surprise that The Big Red Machine will be able to take time out of his busy political schedule to fly to Saudi Arabia, and it'll be interesting to hear what those who voted for him make of it.