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Kurt Angle Sees Potential For Intergender Matches

Posted By: Ben Pearce on Feb 02, 2019

Kurt Angle Sees Potential For Intergender Matches

WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle recently hosted a Q&A on his Facebook page and touched on several topics including intergender matches, his favorite moment as a heel and more. Check out highlights below.

Royal Rumble:

 “I never fared well at the Rumble. I defended three of my World Titles at the Rumble though. HHH, [Chris] Benoit, and [Mark] Henry. That’s what I did best at Royal Rumble. I defended World Titles.”

Intergender Wrestling: 

“As long as a male doesn’t physically punch or kick a female. If it’s just wrestling then it can work. I love it.”

 “My biggest mistake that helped my career? When I got choked out by Taz at 2000 Rumble. Big mistake. But I claimed it was an illegal move and since it was illegal, I was still undefeated. It worked! I got a lot of heat for it. Classic heel Angle, lol.”

Wrestling Steve Austin:

“Austin and I were both a bit stiff. He was so good at his craft. He was intense. I had to step up my game to match his intensity. I loved working with him. Reminded me of working with Benoit.”

Favorite Heel Moment:

"When I got beat by Rey Mysterio and I said, ‘I can’t believe a 12 year old just beat me.’ I loved doing those heel segments.”

Source: Facebook
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