Longtime WWE superstar Kane confessed during a press conference this morning that he’s “just as confused as everyone else” about why he is part of a match with CM Punk and Daniel Bryan at tonight’s No Way Out event.
“It just doesn’t make sense for me to be in there,” confided the Big Red Monster.
“I mean, the feud between Punk and Bryan seemed pretty amazing already. I’m just not sure what I can add to the equation.”
Despite being mentally deranged from a childhood trauma and prone to feats of extreme violence, Kane was quiet and abashed during the press conference, admitting that he feels “tacked on” to the Punk-Bryan feud.
“To be honest, I was really looking forward to just watching them wrestle,” he said. “I think everyone was. Those guys are wicked.”
This isn’t the first time Kane has questioned his own motivations in a match. He admitted that he was “totally clueless” as to why he and Randy Orton became bitter enemies during the lead-up to WrestleMania last April.
Kane promised members of the WWE Universe that he would do his best to “mainly stay out of the way” at tonight’s pay-per-view.
“I promise I’ll try not to muck things up.”