Kurt Angle's revelation about Vince McMahon



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Kurt Angle's revelation about Vince McMahon

Kurt Angle appeared on the August 29 episode of Raw, held in his hometown (Pittsburgh). The WWE Hall of Famer sat in the front row to watch a tag team match between The Street Profits and Alpha Academy. At the end of the meeting, the former Olympic gold medalist relived one of the most iconic moments of his career together with The Street Profits.

The 53-year-old from Mount Lebanon has achieved every possible recognition in this area, as well as having made his way into the hearts of millions of fans around the world. Angle is the only performer in history to have captured the WWE Championship, the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, the WCW World Heavyweight Championship, the TNA World Heavyweight Championship and the IWGP Third Belt Championship.

Kurt was inducted into both the Impact Hall of Fame and the WWE Hall of Fame and is recognized as one of the most gifted wrestlers of any era. Guest of AJ Singh on the latest edition of 'The Wrassingh Show', the former heavyweight champion analyzed the impact of Vince McMahon on this business.

Kurt Angle opens up on Vince McMahon

“No one has contributed more to the growth of wrestling than Vince McMahon. He wanted to control everything” - said Kurt Angle. “He He dedicated his entire life to that company, he didn't sleep more than two hours a night.

He was always busy and really loved his job. He slept from three to five in the morning, while from one to three he trained. The rest of the day he used it to work” - he added. Kurt then unveiled his biggest regret: “WWE gave me the chance to stay another year and face John Cena at WrestleMania 36, but I declined.

Looking back today, I regret that decision. I would have had to take a break of 6-7 months, and then calmly start the preparation. If I had managed not to gain too much weight in that time, I could have faced John Cena the following year.

Anyway, I don't want to blame WWE for what happened." Kurt Angle recently sat down with Wrasslinews to discuss a wide variety of subjects. "John, I still think that he is possibly still in his prime. So I would definitely say John Cena," Kurt Angle said.

"And the reason for that is, I'm 53 years old. I'm not the same athlete I was when I was 33. And when I decided to retire, it was because I lost the step. Knowing that John's still in his prime, I know that he can carry me through a match.

(...) I'd want a Roman Reigns or Seth Rollins, or even a John Cena. Those are the names that I would pick because I know those guys would carry me through the match."