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Hall Of Famer Says WWE Most Likely Won’t Use His Idea At WrestleMania 39

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• Hall Of Famer Says WWE Most Likely Won’t Use His Idea At WrestleMania 39

WWF Attitude Era Legend Kurt Angle recently appeared on the ‘A2theK Wrestling Show’ podcast, where he revealed that he pitched WWE an idea to use him at the upcoming ‘WrestleMania 39: Hollywood’ premium live event, that will be held on April 1st & April 2nd 2023 at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.

Here’s what our 1996 Olympic Hero had to say:

“I know they’re having a RAW 30th anniversary at the end of January here. They are thinking about bringing some WWE Legends back for that. I know I was in the conversation, not saying I’m going to be there, but it’s possible.

Nothing about WrestleMania. I did pitch an idea to them about it, and I can’t really tell you right now, but most likely, they’re not going to use it. There’s always a chance they could.

So right now, no, no, nothing at WrestleMania. Hopefully, it’ll happen. I’m going to be there anyway. They might as well use me.”

Kurt Angle wrestled his final professional wrestling match at the WWE WrestleMania 35 pay-per-view on April 7th 2019, which he lost to Baron Corbin.

The former 13-time World Heavyweight Champion (2x WWF Champion, 2x WWE Champion, 1x WCW World Heavyweight Champion in the WWF, 1x World Heavyweight Champion in WWE, 6x TNA World Champion, 1x IWGP Heavyweight Champion) has been officially retired ever since, but certainly wouldn’t be the first pro-wrestler to come out of retirement and also wouldn’t be the last one.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (January 7, 2007) – WWE New Year’s Revolution 2007

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on January 7, 2007, World Wrestling Entertainment aired ‘New Year’s Revolution 2007’ LIVE on PPV from the Pepsi Arena in Albany, New York.

This was the 3rd and final out of 3 New Year’s Revolution pay-per-views WWE put on between 2005 and 2007.

Below are the results:

Steel Cage – WWE Intercontinental Championship: Jeff Hardy (c) defeated Johnny Nitro

#1 Contenders: Cryme Tyme won a Tag team turmoil match

Kenny Dykstra defeated Ric Flair

WWE Women’s Championship: Mickie James (c) defeated Victoria

World Tag Team Championship: Rated-RKO (c) wrestled D-Generation X to a no-contest

Chris Masters defeated Carlito

WWE Championship: John Cena (c) defeated Umaga

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