Kurt Angle Opens Up About The Wrestling Moment That Hurt Him The Most

2 months ago by Ryan Coogan

Kurt Angle Opens Up About The Wrestling Moment That Hurt Him The Most WWE

WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle has opened up about the worst bump he has ever taken in his entire professional wrestling career.

Angle most recently appeared on WWE television on the December 9 edition of SmackDown, where he joined forces with fellow Olympian Gable Steveson to spray then-villain tag team the Alpha Academy with milk, in a segment reminiscent of a similar spot from the Attitude Era.

While Angle did not compete on that particular episode of SmackDown, he has not ruled out a future tag team match.

While that may sound dangerous, Angle is no stranger to injury, as he revealed in a recent tweet.

In the tweet, Angle shared a video of himself fighting Kane, in which the Big Red Machine chokeslammed both him and referee Charles Robinson with the same arm, causing the referee to land on Angle.

In a caption, Angle called the bump the worst he had ever taken:

“My match against the big red machine… Kane. This is the worst bump I ever took in my career. Referee Charles Robinson landed right on top of me. I thought I was going to crap myself. Lol. #itstrue #wwemoments”

Angle will appear on next Monday’s (January 23) edition of WWE Raw, which will celebrate the programme’s 30th anniversary.

Angle will be accompanied by fellow legends the Undertaker, Shawn Michaels and Ric Flair, among others.

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