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Angle Comments on Future Feud with Triple H


On if Angle had flashbacks from his feud with Triple H and 2000 when he looked him in the eye on Raw: “Yes. It felt like 2000 all over again. I’m looking forward to what’s ahead!”

Kurt Angle on the rumors of him having a leg injury: “Leg is ok. I tore a muscle in it doing wind sprints 2 days before PPV. It’s okay though. I feel good and should be 100% in a week.”

His thoughts on AJ Styles vs. Brock Lesnar at Survivor Series: “Their match was incredible. It displayed both of their strengths. If you stay on Brock, he will sell for you. AJ did that, and Brock sold his ass off. Match was MONEY!”

Angle on one Superstar he never got the chance to face but would love to have a match with: “Bret Hart. Never had the chance and I’d love one match with him.”

Kurt Angle on how he got so good on the mic without much practice: “I didn’t have much work on the mic, if any. Sometimes you get thrown into the water without being ready. You have two options. Sink or swim. I swam:)”

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