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Kane On If He’s Officially Retired, One More Match With The Undertaker

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• ON THIS DAY IN WCW HISTORY (December 24, 1988) – NWA PRO Wrestling

On this day in 1988, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘NWA PRO Wrestling’.

This episode featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to ‘Starrcade 1988’.

The card can be found below:

Dustin Rhodes & Kendall Windham vs Cruel Connection #1 & #2

Interview: Sting

Mike Rotundo & Steve Williams vs. Jerry Price & Mike Jackson

Rick Steiner vs. Curtis Thompson

Interview: Barry Windham w/JJ Dillion

Misty Blue vs. Mad Dog Debbie

JYD vs. Trent Knight

The Commandos vs. Randy Hogan & Ryan Wagner

Interview: Ric Flair

Eddie Gilbert vs. Max Miles

Interview: Eddie Gilbert

• Kane On If He’s Officially Retired, One More Match With The Undertaker

During a recent appearance on WWE’s After The Bell podcast, former WWF Champion Kane addressed his career.

Kane was asked if he’s retired and below is what The Devil’s Favorite Demon said:

“Oh, you may [see him in the ring again]. I mean, when WWE came to Knoxville earlier this year, I won the 24/7 Championship and then lost it a short time later. But then I came out on this show as well, so.

You know, and this — I’m never gonna leave WWE. Like anyone that’s been there for a long period of time, I don’t think you ever want to.

And man, I’d love like one last match with Undertaker, the Brothers of Destruction against someone. That would be so awesome.

So yeah, I always — it’s true. In WWE, you never say never. And when it comes to me, that’s how I treat my career going forward.”

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