Kane To Write Book About Political Career, Natalya Calls Becky Lynch Her Biggest Nemesis

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Kane To Write Book About Wrestling And Politics

The Big Red Machine is trying his hand at the written word per a report on PWInsider. Entitled Mayor Kane: My Life in Wrestling and Liberty, the book will cover both his life inside the ring and his successful bid to become mayor of Knox County Tennessee. It will be his first written work, although the history of the character Glen Jacobs plays was covered by WWE in a 2005 work of fiction.

It’s unclear how much of the book will be split between wrestling and Kane’s political career. Despite being a sitting mayor, Glen has worked recent WWE matches, including a tag team match with his kayfabe brother The Undertaker at WWE Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia.

Jacobs crushed his opponent in the race, Democrat Linda Haney. He garnered forty-three thousand votes to Haney’s twenty-two thousand during the August 2018 race. Jacobs has always lived in Knox County and identifies as a Libertarian. He currently owns an insurance company with his wife.

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Natalya Calls Becky Lynch Her Biggest Nemesis

In an interview with MassLive, WWE wrestler Natalya was asked who her biggest nemesis was in the ring. After citing Nia Jax, Ronda Rousey, and Sasha Banks, she claimed that Becky Lynch stood out among all her various formidable foes:

She has a tenacity, a relentlessness to her. Becky is someone I get along great with, but I’m aware that she is just relentless, willing to fight for what she wants and stand up for what she believes. And that makes her one of the toughest opponents in the ring

Natalya is wrestling Alexa Bliss at a live event on Sunday, March 24th at the Mullins Center in Amherst, Massachusetts.