Kurt Angle tells an interesting anecdote

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Kurt Angle tells an interesting anecdote

One of the most important characters in the entire world history of pro-wrestling is undoubtedly Vince McMahon Jr., creator of Wrestemania and many other facets that make his WWE unique, built stone by stone by his father of the same name and which has become a world company listed on the stock exchange only thanks to the assiduous work of the son, day after day.

Thanks to the work of Vince McMahon, day and night for over 40 years, WWE has become the most important pro-wrestling company in the world, with the other federations watching for years, McMahon's earnings or the shows seen by millions of people around the world.

Thanks to Vince McMahon, many Superstars who had not initially become famous in the US and in the world for wrestling have also been signed, such as Kurt Angle, Ronda Rousey and many others, with the former being courted for months after his victory in the Atlanta '96 Olympics, until he signed with WWE.

Kurt Angle admitted that while Goldberg was a complex human being, he was very easy to work with as Angle never faced any problems.

Kurt Angle is a legend

Kurt Angle believes WWE didn't book Goldberg well during his first run in the WWE and the primary issue stemmed from the wrestler's lengthy matches.

Although the behavior of the WWE Chairman was currently under investigation for an extramarital affair, there are those who wanted to thank him after many years, for not having changed his repertoire of moves in the ring.

We are talking about Kurt Angle, former WWE world champion, who in his last speech to the microphones of the staff Kurt Angle Show, in fact said: "Well, not for me specifically, because Vince McMahon took me aside one day and said 'Listen, I know 90% of your repertoire is suplex and I want you to keep them because I know you are very safe with them.

You would never drop anyone on your head and I trust you can keep doing a good job. 'So he let me keep doing my belly to belly suplex and my German suplex. The thing is, I was really grateful that I was able to keep making those moves and that it went the way it did.

That was my attack. Thank God Vince McMahon continued to allow me to use them. Bill was a complex individual, and he was easy to work with, and nobody had problems working with him. But, you know, what they did with him in the early 2000s when he first came into the WWE, they didn't book him right.

Goldberg made a lot of money for WCW by being dominant. A beast. He dominated the matches."