There are so many legendary wrestlers that are working for the WWE right now. Most of them are in the WWE Hall of Fame. Most legendary WWE wrestlers have held the most prestigious WWE titles multiple times. They have fought the best wrestlers in history and themselves paved the way for the newer talents.
Kurt Angle is a WWE Hall of Famer and is considered by some as one of the best WWE wrestlers of all time. He was extremely technical and could pull off complicated moves with ease. Kurt Angle fought possibly his last match at WrestleMania 35 against Baron Corbin.
Before WrestleMania 35, he was on his farewell tour. Angle held a small Q and A Session on his Facebook in which he stated he didn’t keep anything from the titles that he had won for his kids. "Unfortunately, I didn't save any," Angle admitted.
"I gave them either to charity or to Hall of Fames to display for fans. My wife disagrees with me, but I've never kept a shrine of my accomplishments because I don't need a title to remind me of how good I was.
Although, I wish I kept some of the apparel that I gave away, for my kids." He spoke about who he thinks are the best call-ups from NXT. "I'm really starting to like Aleister Black and Ricochet, but not as a tag team," Angle responded.
"They're good together, but I think they will shine more as singles wrestlers. There are talents that have yet to be used—like Apollo, Gable, and Roode. It's a good time to watch new stars come out of the woodwork."