Should Kane Feud With The Wyatt Family?

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Lockard 23, Jun 21, 2013.

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  1. Lately, WWE has been showing vignettes of the Wyatt Family, which consists of Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper and Erik Rowan. They're a group of... something. Let's just say Bray Wyatt is a cult leader of kinds, not unlike Raven and CM Punk (SES) before him, and he's got at least two people under his guise so far.

    Meanwhile, Team Hell No are coming to an end on television and since Daniel Bryan is in the middle of the biggest push of his career, that's gonna leave Kane behind to do what exactly? Kane is loved by the fans. He's also all about putting other guys over, especially since he's now in the twilight of his career. But he needs someone to feud with for that to happen and for him to have something to do. In comes Bray Wyatt and the others, to stalk and stare at people backstage, and after this goes on for awhile, they focus on trying to recruit Kane to their 'family.'

    Imagine after Kane choke slams someone and pins them, the lights go out and the Wyatt Family entrance begins. (It's been reported that this is how they're making their entrance at house shows, look it up.) Vignettes play of Bray Wyatt talking about how he wants Kane to join because he knows what it's like to be a freak and that he should just remove his mask for good and join them, as they can make him feel welcome and at home. Just picture some crazy cult talk. These vignettes play for a couple of weeks before the family takes action against Kane (or vice versa.) I could get into a lot of ideas for the feud, but I don't feel like typing too much this late so I'll stop there.

    Point is, Kane has a pretty dark and troubled past and you could play into that in a feud with the Wyatt Family. Kane would also be the perfect first person to job to Wyatt. Mankind came in and was booked as Undertaker's toughest opponent yet, and their way of showing that Kane (when he debuted) was an even bigger threat than Mankind was to make Mankind the first opponent to fall to Kane. In a similar way, Kane jobbing to Bray Wyatt would be giving back to the business, not that he hasn't plenty already anyway.

  2. It's a good idea. While watching SD I was wondering what kane was going to do anyway, jobbing to the Family sounds good.
  3. It'd be even better if Big Show got in a feud with The Wyatt Family.
  4. ....Why?

    With Kane, it's mostly about him having a dark history and the fact that he's (or was, at one time) mentally scarred because of something that took place from his childhood. I could see Wyatt trying to bring that back out. Isn't this similar to what cult leaders do? Telling people they can have a better sense of belonging by being apart of their group? I know Kane isn't exactly a troubled, lost soul who could desperately use some sense of belonging anymore (he's very much accomplished that with his friendships with RVD and Daniel Bryan and his connection with the fans) but therein lies the mind games, I guess. Maybe Wyatt doesn't truly want him as a part of their family (or at least gives up on trying to recruit him once he realizes it's a fruitless effort) and decides to instead punish Kane by causing mental anguish by reminding of his dark past and what he really is deep down inside.

    He IS still the same guy we're supposed to believe was horribly burnt when he was a child. The same guy who was mercilessly teased and made fun of by people for being a "freak." The same person whose upbringing was spent almost entirely in a mental home. The same person who tried to (and in a couple of cases, did) burn other people, including his own brother. The same twisted individual who admitted to killing animals and liking it.

    Wyatt getting inside people's heads is gonna be his forte and bringing out the demon in Kane one way or another by saying he's just like them and he wants Kane to embrace the hate (heard that before) and acknowledge it is a perfect set up for a feud. Big Show just seems like he'd be another opponent for Wyatt.
  5. Big Show had lots of feuds against stables. So has Kane.
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