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WWE.com: Based on your multiple run-ins with Kane, Do you feel he is too angry for anger management?
Pete Rose: I don’t think Kane needs to be less angry. I think Kane needs to funnel his anger correctly and focus it only on his WWE opponents and not tag team partners, announcers and especially celebrity guests.
WWE.com: After all the punishment and embarrassment you have suffered at the hands of Kane, are you still hoping for retribution or will you just steer clear of him?
Rose: I have to figure out a way to get even with Kane but I don’t know how to do it. He’s too big for me and I’m too slow now. I would need to use my Mizuno baseball bat and it would have to be made legal for our match. Even then, I’m still not sure it would be enough to beat that monster.
WWE.com: Do you have any advice for Daniel Bryan, who, as part of his anger management therapy, is being forced to partner up with Kane and challenge for the WWE Tag Team Titles?
Rose: Daniel, don’t cross Kane! Do everything you can to make Kane channel his anger at your opponents and win the titles. Hopefully, that will keep that monster from unleashing his anger on you.
WWE.com: Do you think your infamous 1970 All-Star Game shoulder block that dropped Ray Fosse would be effective against Kane?
Rose: To make a shoulder block effective, I need to pick up speed. I wouldn’t be able to pick up enough speed to knock Kane down inside a WWE ring. I’d have to run at Kane full speed from the stage at the top of the ramp. Even then, I think Kane is too much of a monster to topple. I’ll stick with the bat.
WWE.com: Will we ever see you back on WWE TV?
Rose: I love WWE. I’ve never met a Superstar who wasn’t a professional gentleman and a great guy to work with … except Kane. Did I mention that he’s a monster?