The Big Red Machine Kane has been one of the most dominant superstars in WWE history. Right from the day he made his debut in 1997 to the present, he has made a significant impact powering his way to winning 19 championships throughout his WWE career.
The current Knox County mayor has portrayed blended characters over the years mixing intimidation & humor, but his opponents had only felt the former when they stood toe to toe against him in the ring. He has an equal share of wins & losses, but he never failed to get one over those who defeated him. But here are few superstars the monster has never defeated in his entire career.
The data is taken from the internet wrestling database “Cagematch”, and the win-loss records are a compilation of singles & multi-men matches which took place in weekly shows, PPV's & live events.
10 Teddy Long
It's a hard pill to swallow, but the record books state that the Big Red Machine has never defeated former SmackDown & ECW General Manager, Teddy Long. While the WWE Universe knows Teddy Long only as an on-screen manager & authority figure, he has competed in five matches in the company.
The match in which he defeated Kane was thankfully not a one-on-one contest but a three on two handicap match which saw Long teaming up with Jack Doan & The Rock to take on Kane & Rikishi.
The bout took place on the January 8, 2001 episode of Raw is War. Joan & Long were referees at the time and were forced to team up with the Rock to take on Rikishi & Kane. The match ended in a DQ after Kane shoved the referee giving Teddy Long's team the win. Luckily for Teddy, this was the only time he had to compete against Kane.
9 Davey Boy Smith / The British Bulldog
Davey Boy Smith holds two victories over Kane and on both instances, the latter was playing the fake Diesel character. The first victory came in a tag team match in which Owen Hart & Smith defended their World Tag Team Championships against Fake Diesel & Fake Razor Ramon at WWF In Your House:12 on December 15, 1996.
Smith picked up the win for his team rolling up fake Razor Ramon. The second match was a one-on-one contest which took place at Kuwait City on April 10, 1997, and Smith came out victorious once again. Kane made his re-debut later that year while Smith left for WCW along with Bret Hart after the Montreal Screw Job.
Neville & Kane competed against each other in three matches, and while two of those are Royal Rumble & Money in the Bank Ladder matches which neither of them won, Neville's only official win against Kane came in a DQ during a six-man tag team match on the June 11, 2015 episode of SmackDown.
Neville teamed up with Roman Reigns & Randy Orton to take on Kane, Kofi Kingston & Sheamus. All the superstars being contestants in the 2015 MITB ladder match, competed in a tag team match on the final episode of SmackDown before the PPV.
The match ended in a DQ when Big E & Xavier Woods attacked Roman Reigns when he had Kofi Kingston down for the pin. Neville's team picked up the DQ victory giving his only win against Kane. Chances of a rematch are very slim as Neville is now a part of AEW and we cannot expect him to come back to WWE any time soon.
7 Jake "The Snake" Roberts
Before debuting the Big Red Machine character, Kane wrestled as Dr. Isaac Yankem DDS in the WWE from 1995 to 1996. Kane & Jake Roberts competed in five one-on-one matches, and the Hall of Famer picked up the win on all occasions.
One match took place on the February 19, 1996 episode of Raw while the other four took place at live events during the company’s European tour in April 1996. The other two occasions they competed against each other were the 1996 & 1997 Royal Rumble Matches.
Roberts is 64 years old and has retired from pro-wrestling, so the record books will always say that he has a 100% winning streak against Kane.
6 Savio Vega
Savio Vega the Puerto Rican superstar who competed in the WWE from 1995 to 1999 has the biggest undefeated streak against Kane than any other superstar. Again this was when Kane wrestled as Dr.Isaac Yankem DDS, and he took on Vega on 13 one-on-one matches and never picked up a win.
All the singles matches took place at various live events held between 1995-1996 while Vega & Yokozuna defeated Isaac Yankem & Bob Backlund in a tag team match at the WWF Kuwait World Cup event held at Kuwait city on May 1996.
5 Eric Bischoff
Eric Bischoff played a very significant role in Kane's first unmasking in 2003. After Kane & Rob Van Dam lost their World Tag Team Championships to La Resistance at Bad Blood 2003, Triple H offered Kane a place in his stable Evolution.
Bischoff & Stone Cold Steve Austin were Co-General Managers of Raw at the time, and Austin offered Kane a shot at Triple H's World Heavyweight Championship if he turned down the offer to join Evolution. Kane accepted Austin's terms and decided to face Triple H for the title, but Bischoff made a stipulation that if Kane loses the match, he must unmask.
Kane lost the match and had to unmask on the June 23, 2003, episode of Raw. The aftermath of that saw Bischoff going one-on-one with Kane on the August 11, 2003, episode of Raw in which Bischoff picked up the win when Kane intentionally got himself counted out. That was the only match between Kane & Bischoff and the two never crossed paths in the ring once again as Bischoff.
4 Xavier Woods
Xavier Woods holds two tag team victories over Kane so far, and both matches took place in two consecutive days on live events held at New Mexico on May 2016.
Woods & his New Day brother Big E defended their WWE Tag Team Championships in a triple threat tag team match against Kane & Big Show and The Wyatt Family (Braun Strowman & Erick Rowan).
The New Day retained the title on both matches giving Woods his only two wins against Kane. It is unlikely that Kane would get a chance of redeeming himself against Woods now that he is busy with his political schedule and hasn't competed in even one match this year.
Goldust & Kane competed against each other in 16 matches over the years, while 14 of those matches were Royal Rumble & battle royals which neither of them won, and a one-on-one match which took place on the April 28, 1998, episode of Raw ended in a no contest.
The bizarre one picked up his only official win over Kane in a triple threat match on a house show in Birmingham on April 4, 1999. Goldust successfully defended his Intercontinental Championship against Kane & Edge on the show, and it happens to be Goldust’s only victory over the Big Red Machine.
Goldberg and Kane have competed against each other in eight matches in the WWE. Apart from a triple threat match at Armageddon 2003 which was won by Triple H, the 2004 Royal Rumble match and a one-on-one match on the February 2, 2004 episode of Raw which ended in a no-contest, Goldberg picked up the win on five occasions.
Goldberg defeated Kane via DQ on three matches including two live events in November 2003 and a one-on-one lumberjack match on the December 8, 2003 episode of Raw.
The WCW legend picked up two clean wins over Kane in a tag team match on the December 1, 2003, episode of Raw and a one-on-one match at a live event on December 12, 2003.
1 Brock Lesnar
Brock Lesnar has victimized & conquered multiple superstars in his decorated WWE career and only has a handful of losses. The Beast Incarnate and Kane have competed against each other in eight different occasions including two Royal Rumbles in 2003 & 2016.
Lesnar has five clean wins over Kane where four matches took place at various live events, and one was a triple threat match for the Universal Championship at Royal Rumble 2018. Only one match between the two ended in a no-contest which also happens to be their first match against each other which took place at a SmackDown live event on September 21, 2002.
While Kane has only a few matches left in him until he hangs up his boots, it’s unlikely that he’ll get a win over Lesnar any time soon. So the Beast Incarnate could remain undefeated over Kane until the end of his career.