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“I’m sure Stone Cold was a little pi$$ed off” – Kurt Angle On WrestleMania 38 Botch

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• “I’m sure Stone Cold was a little pi$$ed off” – Kurt Angle On WrestleMania 38 Botch

During a recent episode of his podcast, WWE Hall Of Famer Kurt Angle talked about WrestleMania 38.

Angle gave his thoughts on Vince McMahon botching the Stunner from Stone Cold Steve Austin on Night 2 and what went wrong.

Below is what the former WWF Champion said:

“Yeah I gave him a hug, said good luck to him, I didn’t see him afterward. I’m sure he was a little pi$$ed off about Vince and the way he took the Stunner.

It was crazy because Austin was chugging these beers and you could see his lips saying ‘that motherf**ker’.

The thing is, his timing was just bad, he didn’t know when to jump. He didn’t know he was going to go down, up, down. He just thought he was going to go up and down.

With Austin, he didn’t expect the boot to the gut, he just thought he was going to take the Stunner.

So when Steve booted him, Vince went to his knees, and then Steve had to pick him back up and he tried it again and Vince backed into the ropes. It was a disaster. I just wanted to get it over with.”

You can watch it below:

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (April 20, 2016) – WWF Attitude Era Diva Passed Away

On this day in 2016, we lost Old School WWF WWF Attitude Era Diva “The Ninth Wonder of the World” Chyna (Real name: Joan Laurer) at the age of 46 due to an alcohol & drug overdose.

Chyna first showed up WWF TV in 1997 as the female bodyguard (& real life girlfriend) of Hunter Hearst Helmsley, but would soon turn into a member of one of the most famous factions in Professional Wrestling history: D-Generation X.

Chyna left the World Wrestling Federation in 2001 and was only seen in Total Nonstop Action! (TNA) a couple of times in 2004 & 2011 after her WWF departure.

She was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2019, as a member of D-Generation X, with the entire group being inducted.


December 27, 1969 – April 20, 2016

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