The Brothers of Destruction still move the needle in Knoxville, Tennessee. After opening up more seating for next month’s campaign event for Glenn Jacobs, featuring Kane and The Undertaker, the Mar. 1 event has once again already sold out.
“Glenn Jacobs for Knox County Mayor is proud to welcome WWE Superstars Kane & The Undertaker. These men have served as the corner stones of WWE for over two decades. Both were highly decorated champions as individuals and were also members of the most prolific tag team in WWE history, the Brothers of Destruction.
This event marks the first time that the two have ever appeared together outside of the ring and we want you to be a part of this special occasion.”
Tickets are now on sale. Get them while you can!https://t.co/GJuvzPJ8g5— Glenn Jacobs (@GlennJacobsTN) February 15, 2018
Per the Jacobs for Mayor official Facebook page
“Thanks so much for your overwhelming support! We put the additional tickets on sale for our fundraiser with Kane and the Undertaker at 10:00 this morning and they were gone in less than 12 minutes! This is incredible because we were able to open up 100 tickets instead of the initial 40 we had thought.
This event is already a tremendous success because of you. The funds that we’ve raised off of this event will be put to good use by helping me continue to communicate my message to our community which is simple...Together, We Win.
Last month we brought you news of the event, with tickets ranging from $50-$150 for a Kane and Undertaker event outside the confines of the WWE. The $150.00 ticket got fans of wrestling and politics, a General Admission ticket, a commemorative poster, a private session before the event where you can get a posed picture with Kane and The Undertaker and a private reception following the event with Kane and The Undertaker.
Tickets are still available for another pro wrestling themed campaign event for Jacobs, where Glenn Jacobs (not Kane) will do a live taping of Talk is Jericho with Chris Jericho tomorrow night (Feb. 16) in Knoxville.
Will any Cagesiders be attending next month’s Brothers of Destruction reunion? Who’s ready to talk policies with Kane and The Undertaker?