In recent months there has been a lot of talk about an alleged rapprochement between the WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle and the number two company of America, All Elite Wrestling, with the Olympic hero of Atlanta '96, who would have remained a little embittered by the release obtained last year by the WWE, which could thus have taken revenge for the dismissal, passing on the rings of the company of the Khans.
With some tweets, Angle himself had also made fun of his fans, showing himself ready for a new adventure or to go back to starting something physical somewhere, which in the end never started instead. Apparently, however, exchanges between the former WWE and TNA multi-champion and the company in which former WWE Chris Jericho, John Moxley, Miro and many others currently work, is said to have really been there, as admitted by Kurt himself.
during the last episode of his personal show. In a recent edition of The Kurt Angle Show, the WWE legend took questions from fans. One fan asked Kurt about his return to WWE after his run in TNA. Angle revealed that when he sent out feelers about returning in 2014, Vince McMahon was not interested.
Angle ended up returning to WWE in 2017 instead.
Vince McMahon on Kurt Angle
As admitted by the same Olympic champion of wrestling who became very famous in the USA after the 1996 Olympics, in his Kurt Angle Show, in fact: "Well, my relationship with WWE is really good and I like to keep it that way.
I have no plans at the moment to go to AEW. I actually haven't even talked to him that much. Just a couple of messages that I then replied to again, but nothing important." Although Kurt Angle has not disclosed the nature of these messages, it seems that the WWE Hall of Famer remains loyal to the McMahons, with Triple H and Angle himself more times they have predicted a possible return to the company for the former multi-world champion, seen in a small juncture also in the Shield, which could thus finally make his return to WWE.
For the moment, Angle should not return to WWE, nor to the AEW rings, with a sensational debut that after those of Big Show, Christian and all the others, is said to be another bad blow for Vince McMahon and all his company, but as Kurt himself assured, this shouldn't happen, not for now.
Kurt Angle revealed that Triple H never spoke ill of him when they were together in WWE meetings. Angle, however, was unsure about what happened before he began being a part of the meetings. As far as Kurt Angle knows, Triple H never slandered his name backstage in the company.
"But Triple H never said anything bad about me in the meetings, at least not when I was in there, but I don't know if it happened beforehand. I'm not really sure, but he always talked well of me as far as I know," noted Angle.