The Undertaker is known for having one of the most private lives in the WWE. He usually does not appear in public to keep the mystique of his WWE character alive. However, The Undertaker made a rare public appearance to help a brother out.
According to Daniel Pena of Wrestling Inc, The Undertaker appeared in a fundraiser in Knoxville, Tennessee, on Thursday to reunite with his "brother" Kane, who is running for mayor under his real name, Glenn Jacobs. "The Deadman" looked great during the signing as he and a masked Kane posed for pictures.
Jacobs has been using his connections within the WWE during his campaign in Knox County. Besides The Undertaker, several other superstars such as Ric Flair, Chris Jericho, Daniel Bryan, and The Big Show have made appearances in Tennessee as a show of support to their fellow WWE superstar. Kane has libertarian views on politics, but he is running for the mayoral seat as Republican.
Fans had to pay from $50 to $150 in the fundraiser in order to get autographs and photos from the Brothers of Destruction. The event was reportedly sold out, which could help Kane's campaign. Since a lot of fans were in attendance, there were photos uploaded on the internet and you can see one of them below.