Kurt Angle Doesn’t Blame Vince McMahon For Firing Him From WWE Producer Role

2 years ago by Sanchez Taylor

Kurt Angle Doesn’t Blame Vince McMahon For Firing Him From WWE Producer Role

Kurt Angle has reflected on his work as a WWE producer, stating that he doesn’t blame Vince McMahon for letting him go from the position.

Following his in-ring retirement after WrestleMania 35, Angle transitioned into the backstage role. Speaking on  Talk Is Jericho, Angle explained that he enjoyed pitching ideas for matches, but would struggle with the computer system.

Understanding why he was released from his WWE contract in April 2020, Angle said:

“I took the job as a producer/agent. I did it for a year, I wasn’t very good at it. The thing is, I don’t like computers and you have to use a damn computer all the time. Vince is like, ‘Kurt, open up your computer.’ I don’t even know how to do this thing. I was good at giving the guys ideas for the matches but I wasn’t really a quality producer. So when the pandemic hit I was one of the first ones let go and I don’t blame Vince for that.”

Also in the interview, Angle commented on his final wrestling run, believing that WWE felt he was a liability in the ring.

Petey Williams is reportedly getting fast-tracked into the WWE producer system. Williams helped to put together the Bobby Lashley vs The Mysterios handicap match from this week’s episode of Raw. You can read more about the producers of Monday’s show here.

Quote via WrestlingInc.

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