Wrestlezone’s Top 10: Superstars of 2012

Josh Isenberg

Number 10: Kane

Kane

As the mask came back, so did the Big Red Machine in Kane. In the early parts of 2012, Kane tried to make John Cena embrace the hate. With a solid outing at the Royal Rumble, Kane would focus his attention in an interesting and random feud with Randy Orton. They put on an excellent match in Miami, but it was all about what Kane did after that. With little to do as a heel, Kane would turn back to a face and team with Daniel Bryan. He gave us some hilarious moments, some great tag team matches, and would eventually become the man who holds the record for most matches on Monday Night Raw. Kane has been a guy who could fight with monsters or fight with smaller opponents. Look at his opponents from this year. They include John Cena, Randy Orton, Rey Mysterio, CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, Cody Rhodes, Damien Sandow, and The Shield. He has fought the best, the youngest, and remains at the top of his game.

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