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WWE fans across multiple generations got to witness the dominance of Kane and the pure fear he put into his opponents’ eyes whether it was feuding with The Undertaker, removing his mask to reveal his true self or joining the likes of The Authority as a heel.
The pro wrestler who went through “hellfire and brimstone” to become one of the top competitors in the industry recently spoke to Fox News Digital about the origins of his character as his “Biography: WWE Legends” episode is set to air Sunday on A&E at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
When asked who he would put on his Mount Rushmore of WWE stars, the former wrestler now known as Knox County, Tennessee, Mayor Glenn Jacobs said it was difficult to name the four best.
Instead, he named four wrestlers who defined an era in the business.
“That’s a hard question because I was incredibly fortunate to be in the ring with so many great superstars, Hall of Famers from different generations. And so it’s hard for me to say who’s the best because it may change depending on the day of the week or the circumstances,” Jacobs explained.
“If you were going to ask me, though, who were like the face of professional wrestling in WWE in their eras? I would say, Ric Flair, Hulk Hogan, ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin and John Cena. Because I think those are the ones that define each of those eras.”
Flair was stylin’ and profilin’ as champion in the National Wrestling Alliance, World Championship Wrestling and in WWE. He won multiple championships across several promotions and was among the first to transcend sports entertainment.
Hogan was very similar because he was a bona fide babyface in the early days of his time with WWF and WWE and was known for slamming Andre the Giant and telling kids to eat their vegetables, “brother.” He famously joined WCW and convinced fans to join the New World Order faction, which set the wrestling world on fire in the 1990s.