Comic-Con doesn’t just mean comics as we are sure you have noticed. It means TV, movies and toys as well. Someone very familiar with this is the WWE. World Wrestling Entertainment has relaunched their action figure line under Mattel over the past year and as a result had a huge presence at SDCC.
And it wasn’t just toys that were being shown off. Unlike He-Man, the characters in the WWE action figure line are real people and they came to show themselves off at San Diego.
One of the most dominant men in the WWE over the past decade has been Kane. The Big Red Monster holds records in the WWE’s Royal Rumble match, garners multiple WrestleMania showcase matches under his belt and has been a multi-time champion with an impressive 16 title reigns, including a staggering 9 reigns in the tag team division and a WWE Championship.
Most recently, Kane won SmackDown’s Money in the Bank Ladder match at the Money in the Bank Pay-Per-View. In doing so, he was able to cash in his Money in the Bank title match and defeat Rey Mysterio later that night to start his first reign as World Heavyweight Champion.
Kane, though having beaten a San Diego native, was greeted at Comic Con with open arms. As you will see below in the full interview, Kane considers the denizens of Comic Con to be “his people”. Having been a monster for his tenure at WWE and then his appearance as Jacob Goodnight in See No Evil, Kane is no stranger to the world of the Con.
Check out the interview in its entirety to see what else Kane has planned for Rey Mysterio at SummerSlam.