In the first truly frightening and terrible pandemic period at the beginning of the year, WWE, unfortunately, had to deal with the contracts of its employees, going to cut dozens and dozens of them from their jobs with the company.
In fact, in the month of April, the McMahons had to release several of the most important backstage employees of the company due to the great economic damage caused by the world pandemic, including several athletes little used by the federation, with names such as Kurt Angle, Rusev, Mike Chioda, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson and many others who had been sacked overnight by WWE, without more notice.
As shown by the same Olympic gold medal winner himself, former WWE and TNA world champion and McMahon's Hall of Famer, Kurt Angle, the now-former athlete seems to have rediscovered optimal physical shape during his time away from the scenes.
federation of Stamford, with the same hero from Pittsburgh who, in fact, has shown an incredible physique at the age of 51, after a career full of the most disparate injuries.
Kurt Angle back in great shape after being fired from WWE
In a tweet with his toned physique, Angle said, "Damn it feels good to be able to train hard again.....feeling like I'm in my 30s #MilkDoesTheBodyGood #HealthyMindset #WorkHardPlayHard #WakeUpAndWorkForIt #itstrue" Apparently, in the future of Kurt Angle, there was also the possibility of being able to see him in action in the AEW rings, as the WWE Hall of Famer himself had hinted in his last interview last month, given to PW Insider and to which Angle revealed: "I love AEW, you know, I love everything they are doing and I think they have some really great young talent.
Am I interested in doing something with them? I don't know, I don't think I have any plans in wrestling at the moment. Whenever I said it with WWE it was always the same and then we know how it ended. Maybe somewhere, sooner or later, I could do something with AEW, but at the moment I don't have any plans in mind.
I don't want to make new moves with my life, you know, for the same reason I quit amateur wrestling. I left and didn't look back. I'm the kind of person who leaves things behind and moves on." Although there is no clue that Kurt Angle could physically work with AEW, the rediscovery of the enviable physical form of the wrestler who grew up in the McMahon rings as a true pro-wrestler, could however trigger that spark that could bring him back to the rings.
of a big company of the discipline, with a surprising debut of Angle in AEW that would really be sensational. Photo Credit: Kurt Angle Twitter