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Kurt Angle Adds Another Member to Family

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Olympic gold medalist and former WWE and TNA multi-champion, Kurt Angle announced on his official website, kurtanglebrand.com the birth of his 5th child, Nikoletta. The youngest Angle was born albs and 1oz on Saturday, November 5, at 6:16 pm.

Angle also mentioned on his website, “My only regret is that I was hardly ever home when Kyra and Kody were little ones. I was ALWAYS on the road wrestling for my tremendous fans. But I realize I can’t change my past. I can only control what’s in front of me now.”

Kurt goes on to talk about the importance of family saying, “Without Love, you have nothing. It’s the most powerful thing on the planet. So Love your family (that includes your parents and other relatives) with everything you have. Life is short. Make it count by showing what is truly important. Family. It’s true!”

Congratulations to Team Angle!

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