An exciting story was revealed in Glenn Jacobs aka Kane’s new book - Mayor Kane: My Life in Wrestling and Politics. Kane explained that he had almost decided to quit WWE at one point. Reflecting on his time at the end of the Attitude Era in WWE, Kane wrote that he was frustrated with the storylines in 2002-03 and he had planned to leave World Wrestling Entertainment.
However, Kane added that the unmasking storyline would not have been possible if he would have decided to quit WWE. The former WWE superstar stated that he ultimately learned to be patient as a WWE Superstar.
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Kane wrote that when he was frustrated with his wrestling career (just before he ditched the mask), he was almost on the verge of quitting WWE. He stated that he would never find himself in that kind of negative headspace. He wrote that whenever a wrestler thinks that his career is going in the wrong direction, things will change and his career will be great again.
Kane aka Glenn Jacobs, who has been elected as the mayor of Knox County, Tennessee in August 2018 has hardly appeared on WWE this year. His most recent WWE match took place at the Crown Jewel. He teamed up with The Undertaker in a tag team match against Triple H and Shawn Michaels. They eventually lost the game to Triple H and Shawn Michaels. Also, he appeared on a September 2019 RAW episode.