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WWE Legend, Kane Is Running For Mayor In Tennessee

WWE superstar Kane is running for mayor of Knox County in Tennessee. Kane, whose real name is Glenn Jacobs, is looking to choke slam his competition in the 2018 mayoral race in the Volunteer State ! This might have been a pretty tight race if something hadn’t just happened that is guaranteed to turn the tide in The Big Red Machine’s favor. It's being reported“The Nature Boy” himself, Ric Flair, is coming to town. Back in 2013, Ron Paul wanted Kane, aka Glenn Jacobs to run for Senate.

Rick Flair has said in a statement:
“Hey this is the Nature Boy Ric Flair telling all of Knoxville, Tennessee, that on July 12, I will be there live and in color to support my very close friend Glenn Jacobs in his attempt to become the mayor of Knoxville.” “Make no mistake, we want to see thousands of you out there. There’s only one Glenn Jacobs, there’s only one Kane and only one Nature Boy whose coming to town to support Mr. Glenn Jacobs. Woooooo!”


The primary in the mayoral race will be held on May 1, 2018 with the final election happening on August 2, 2018.

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