Kurt Angle reveals the three superstars he would like to face



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Kurt Angle reveals the three superstars he would like to face

Kurt Angle played his last match at WrestleMania 35, leaving the scene a little sadly after being defeated by Baron Corbin. It's no secret that the former Olympic gold medalist would have wanted John Cena to be his last opponent, but the Bostonian's commitments to Hollywood prevented this project from materializing.

WWE management had offered Angle to wait another year and then face Cena at WrestleMania 36, ​​but Kurt turned down that offer. Looking back today, if Angle had accepted, he would have found himself having to challenge John in an empty Performance Center due to the pandemic.

Regardless of his career ending, there is no doubt that the 53-year-old from Mount Lebanon is one of the greatest ever. The former heavyweight champion was inducted into both the Impact Hall of Fame and the WWE Hall of Fame.

In a recent interview with 'Wrasslinews', Kurt Angle revealed who he'd like to face if he were to return to the ring for one last fight.

Kurt Angle chooses John Cena again

"My choice would fall again on John Cena, because he is still relatively young" - explained Kurt Angle.

“I am 53 years old and I am not the same athlete as when I was 33. I retired because I was no longer what I used to be, I had lost a step and it was not difficult to notice. John is still in great shape, so he could help me make a good impression.

He would also be fine with a Roman Reigns or a Seth Rollins, but John Cena would be my first choice” - he added. Kurt provided some updates on his health: “I've had four known concussions in my career. One was quite mild, while the other three were terrible.

Nowadays, I am suffering the effects of my long activity in the ring. I begin to forget things and I am only at the beginning of my 50 years. I've had brain damage, there's no question about it. My memory isn't that good anymore.

I have to try hard to remember things from the past”. WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle recently shared his thoughts about the company bringing back the WarGames match. "Well, you know, it's going to be different. It is not going to be the same structure but I believe it will be very effective.

It's new and new is always good. I think bringing anything into the company that revives it and is invigorating, I think it's a great idea. I never was crazy about the Survivor Series elimination match."