Many people consider Kane to be one of the most underrated wrestlers in WWE history. He debuted as the “younger brother” of The Undertaker in what should have been a role with an expiration date and turned it into a twenty-year career.

Kane’s career is the perfect example of a monster heel that has longevity over a long period of time. Without The Undertaker, Kane could not have existed, but he was able to make it on his own and build his own legacy.

Today, a lot of people are looking at Bray Wyatt as this generation’s Undertaker. The mix of the dark elements, atmosphere, and character make him stand out in such a unique way.

While Paul Bearer and Kane branched off The Undertaker character, Bray Wyatt has created The Wyatt Family, and that has given WWE Luke Harper, Erick Rowan, and Braun Strowman.

Vince McMahon is said to be extremely high on Strowman and WWE is preparing him for a monster heel run after Wrestlemania 32. He is going to be given every chance to succeed, and he’s got the size, strength, and ability to dominate in WWE for years to come.

The question then is if Bray Wyatt is being considered the modern day Undertaker, won’t Wyatt’s “Black Sheep” be considered the modern-day Kane?

What will truly cement that relationship on screen is the inevitable feud between Strowman and Wyatt that WWE may even book to happen in 2016.

It’s going to be very interesting to watch how their careers intertwine and how WWE books them over the next few years. Hopefully, they’re able to create the same level of fear that The Brothers of Destruction did for many of us.

Do you think Braun Strowman will have a long career in WWE?


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