WWE Hall Of Famer Rallies Fans At NFL Game For Cancer Awareness

5 months ago by Connel Rumsey

WWE Hall Of Famer Rallies Fans At NFL Game For Cancer Awareness WWE

WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle is famously a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with him recently making an appearance on WWE Raw in his hometown, celebrating the Street Profits’ victory over the Alpha Academy by drinking beer with the two.

Kurt appeared in front of the crowd at last night’s NFL game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, rallying the crowd alongside his son Jordan by leading the ‘terrible towel twirl’.

Angle was present at the show to promote cancer awareness. He tweeted:

My son Joseph and I led the incredible Pittsburgh Steelers Fans with the terrible towel twirl today, to promote cancer awareness. Go Steelers!! We’re gonna beat the@Buccaneers today!!!! #cancerawareness @steelers

Angle’s prediction did come true, as the Steelers picked up the upset victory over the Buccaneers, earning a 20-18 victory over the Tampa Bay natives.

Angle wrestled his last match back at WrestleMania 35 in 2019, when he was defeated by Baron Corbin in his last ever match.

Angle was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame upon his return to the company in 2017, before spending the next two years as Raw’s general manager. He has made sporadic appearances on WWE television since then, including the aforementioned Raw show in Pittsburgh a few weeks ago.

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