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Professional Wrestling: 1997 Muted Masked Figure that did little Vs 2003 Unmaksed Monster?
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Old 16 Mar 2014, 06:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Professional Wrestling: 1997 Muted Masked Figure that did little Vs 2003 Unmaksed Monster?

Continuing Argument is when Kane was 'Scariest';































1997 Muted Masked Figure















2003 Unmasked Monster: Lit 'Good Ol' JR' Jim Ross on fire, Electrocuted Shane O'Macs Testicles and Tombstoned a Priest.































I like how people completely ignore X-Pac & Kane, 'Chicks Dig The Mask' and other stuff during the Original Masking of Kane; yet complain about Team Hell No!.































Bonus Question: Why can't people get Corporate Kane?
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Old 16 Mar 2014, 06:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
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unmasked Kane looks like a horror movie monster......he looks like Sid Haig















http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80ZaE9K39Jk
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Old 16 Mar 2014, 06:22 PM   #3 (permalink)
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People probably liked 1997 Kane simply because he seemed Cool. Nothing else.































2003- Simply because he unmasked. If he had kept the mask through all of this people would not complain.































Team Hell No was a better team. Promos were funny and it was a bit sad to see them lose the titles.































Bonus Question - Corporate Kane has no power. It would make more sense if he could fire. But no, he only has the title.
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Kane was scarier to me when he ripped The Door off The Hell In The Cell Steel Cage when The Undertaker wrestled Shawn Michaels in the First Hell In A Cell Match.































Kane was also at his scariest back then because he could do a lot of The Undertaker's Moves such as The Backflip out of The Ring and land on his feet move, rise to a sitting postion after being beat up for example.
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