WWE star "Kane" visits fan with cancer in Harlan County

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    WWE star "Kane" visits fan with cancer in Harlan County

    EVARTS, Ky. (WYMT) WWE star Glenn Jacobs, also known as “Kane” made a stop in Harlan County to visit one of his biggest fans who is fighting brain cancer. T.J. Brewer has been diagnosed with cancer five times over the past 12 years. His doctors only gave him days to live, but he has continued to show strength.

    “He was given three months to live he was in stage four very aggressive and he just kept battling and he used that as like a rallying cry,” said Chris Brewer, T.J.’s brother.

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    This kind of confirms all that I've read about Glenn Jacobs. Seems like a good dude.

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    I would love to see the Director of Operations back in the picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theguru View Post
    I would love to see the Director of Operations back in the picture.
    I'd be fine with him in that kind of role, but his time in the ring should go, except for maybe an occasional nostalgia match.

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    Honestly, I thought the old Kane, WWF Kane, should have came back and ended the Undertaker's streak at Wrestlemania...

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    Just awesome on "Kane's" part.

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    I think if the everyday public realized how much the WWE does for the sick/kids, they’d change their tune on wrestling.
    I’ve said this before on bgp but Cena goes to hospitals in almost every city he visits where he can without having to fly in/out. I loved the old time wrestlers but what they do today outside of ring is just awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpeevh View Post
    I think if the everyday public realized how much the WWE does for the sick/kids, they’d change their tune on wrestling.
    I’ve said this before on bgp but Cena goes to hospitals in almost every city he visits where he can without having to fly in/out. I loved the old time wrestlers but what they do today outside of ring is just awesome.
    Jinder is really good about this too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpeevh View Post
    I think if the everyday public realized how much the WWE does for the sick/kids, they’d change their tune on wrestling.
    I’ve said this before on bgp but Cena goes to hospitals in almost every city he visits where he can without having to fly in/out. I loved the old time wrestlers but what they do today outside of ring is just awesome.

    I've read that the WWE athletes are really good about doing things like this.

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    When SmackDown Live, came to Rupp, Jinder went earlier in the day to the Shriners and paid visits to the sick kids. He's a "bad guy" on tv but in real life he's probably a very nice class act.

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    Most seem to be. Not sure if they are told to but when it comes to Cena, Titus, Marc Henry and bunch others, it seems to be very genuine.

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