When he was hanging with X-Pac/D-X, I was always waiting for Kane to come out once in a neon green outfit, just like the red one he wears but neon green, and give a crotch chop. I would've marked hard for that.
EDIT - Oh yeah. Another of my favorites that I just remembered was the Kane/HHH feud leading into WM 14(?). First Kane shoots Chyna in the face with fire. Then Kane has a match against Goldust the next week, but it turns out to be HHH dressed as Goldust who then takes a huge flamethrower out of the Goldust robe and shoots Kane in the face with it. Completely caught me by surprise because HHH had Goldust down perfectly, down to the chomp into the camera, humping the middle rope, and fondling the "belt" on his robe before taking out the flame thrower. Just a really cool, unexpected moment.
Most likely, it was a ball of flash paper. I've worked with the stuff before, and it's really safe to use. It burns quickly, and even if it touches you while it's burning, you won't have any real damage. I assume Kane had some sort of lighter/launcher concealed in his glove. That sort of thing isn't hard to make.
My favorite Kane moment was his debut, when he ripped the door off of the cell at Badd Blood and KILLED Undertaker. That was pretty cool. I remember thinking, "#^@&*@((@" when he came out, or something of that nature.
YOU WANT A PIECE OF ME!?! - The immortal, chilling words of...The Shockmaster!
#1 - "Kane just loves to chokeslam Bob Holly!" - 4 TIMES!!! #2 - Freaking jumping clothesline from the top of the cage! #3 - Chef Boyardee commercial, even my wife loves it. #4 - Stacker 2 Grocery Store commercial - "Hey Kane, there's only 10 items or less!"
I also agree with the earlier post - some of the Rock's best mic work was when he took on the three "big boys" - "You've got Big Show!" *imitates chokeslam with 'yell'* You've got Undertaker!" *rolls eyes back* "DIE, DIE, DIE!" "And you've got Kane!" *imitates using voicebox* "I am a big, red, retard!" - Too funny!
#1: Summer 98, I think, and Kane had just started using the voice box. He challenged Austin to a title match and said in the robotic voice: "If I don't win the title.. I .. will.. set.. my.. self.. on.. fiirrreeee!" I still quote that to this day.
#2: All of his commercials. I can't pick which one is better, the Ravioli one, the Stacker 2 shopping one, or the Stacker 2 scooter one.
Oh! Remember in 99 when he was tagging with Chyna, and she got destroyed and he was cradling her in the corner and crying, but wouldn't let the EMT's near her! =)that was great.
The Jericho-Kane coffee fued was dumb as hell, but the skit that started it is funny in retrospect.
Oh, and of course the time he was a dentist with horrible teeth =)
And finally, when Undertaker was about to embalm Austin alive, at the last second Kane showed up and saved the day. That's really not a great Kane moment, but it was probably the most cheesy, unrealistic thing in WWF history.. and Kane was in the scene, so I brought it up. =)
Originally posted by Bitter The ClownMost likely, it was a ball of flash paper. I've worked with the stuff before, and it's really safe to use. It burns quickly, and even if it touches you while it's burning, you won't have any real damage. I assume Kane had some sort of lighter/launcher concealed in his glove. That sort of thing isn't hard to make.
Ah, but of course. Speaking of commercials, he could do a bbq commercial where someone`s trying to bbq burgers but can`t get the bbq to light, and Kane comes up and says "I`ll cook them on my bbq from B&Q" (do they have B&Qs in the US?)Anyway, from whatever store is being advertised and Kane puts them on the bbq and raises his arms up in the air and BOOM! cooked burgers, but unfortunately a bit over-cooked. The guy says "Thanks a lot Kane!" Then Kane does his patented shrug like at the end of the Chef Boyardee commercial.
"He lied to us through song, I hate when people do that" The Great Poet Homer(Simpson)
It'll be only a matter of time before Austin proves his naysayers wrong once more. So many people had him counted out after his neck surgery, but he then went out and proved himself to be one of the best workers on the roster.