Kane and The Undertaker are two of the most famous WWE Superstars. Almost every pro wrestling fan knows about them. Popularly, they are known as The Brothers of Destruction. Once upon a time, they were two of the most dominant Superstars in the entire WWE. However, now they have reduced their appearances, and as The Undertaker has retired, it is highly unlikely we will ever see The Brothers of Destruction again in the WWE.
Brothers of Destruction tag team name hints that the duo of Undertaker and Kane are brothers in real life. However, the same is not true. The two legendary Superstars are not related as brothers. Even in the storyline, they were half-brothers.
The Undertaker decided to end his career after a fantastic Boneyard Match against former WWE Champion AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36. Unfortunately, fans could not witness The Deadman’s last match live in attendance because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, Kane had made one surprise appearance on WWE TV, chasing the 24/7 title. Also, he was present at the 2020 Survivor Series for The Undertaker’s Farewell.
Have ‘Brothers of Destruction’ Kane and Undertaker retired from WWE?
Yes, as mentioned ahead, The Undertaker has already decided to retire from WWE. Meanwhile, Kane received a Hall of Fame induction in 2021. He is busy with other things in his life now. Maybe fans might witness them one last time in a special segment, but the chances that they have a tag team match against two other opponents are very low.
When Kane received his HOF induction, Undertaker had made a tweet that highlighted their bond:
“Kane has been a brother to me, on and off-screen for over 25 years. Hardworking, loyal, and dedicated, I was honored to be the one to announce he is the newest member of the #WWEHOF Class of 2021! #BrothersofDestruction.”
.@KaneWWE has been a brother to me on and off screen for over 25 years. Hardworking, loyal, and dedicated I was honored to be the one to announce he is the newest member of the #WWEHOF Class of 2021! #BrothersofDestruction https://t.co/lNMDLJaa6v
— Undertaker (@undertaker) March 24, 2021Advertisement