Team Hell No are getting back together again, but this time they aren't gunning for the Tag Team Championships. Instead, WWE Smackdown Live commissioner Daniel Bryan is traveling to Knox County, Tennessee to support his old friend Kane's campaign for mayor at a fundraising event.
For just $25, you can attend this once-in-a-lifetime reunion at the Pavilion at Hunter Valley Farm from 6-8PM on Thursday, October 5th. And that money will help Kane to secure the Republican nomination, go on to defeat his eventual opponent and become mayor, and then burn Knox County to the ground with hellfire and brimstone! Yeah!
Wait, that is his campaign platform, right? We should probably check that out. Be right back.
Folks, we apologize. Apparently, Kane's campaign platform involves neither fire nor brimstone. Instead, Kane believes in limited government and low taxes, and cares about issues like the opioid epidemic, education, and competitiveness in a global economy. Damn. That's a lot of off-screen character development for the Big Red Machine.
The primary isn't until next May (hopefully not on May 19, a date that triggers Kane), and the election in August, so Kane has a long road ahead of him, but with his old tag team partner at his side, plus endorsements from Ric Flair and Rand Paul, we have faith that Kane do it.
Well, as long as nobody finds out about that Katie Vick scandal.