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Kurt Angle Comments On The Health Issues He’s Dealing With Nowadays

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• Kurt Angle Comments On The Health Issues He’s Dealing With Nowadays

During a recent edition of his podcast, Old School WWF Legend Kurt Angle revealed that he will have to get a fusion neck surgery, which he has been putting off for 15 years.

Here’s what the 2017 WWE Hall Of Famer said about the issues that he’s facing nowadays:

“Well, my neck is not that great. I have a lot of motor skill problems in my hands and in my fingers because of my neck. Numbness down my arms. I have a lot of pain in my neck.

I’ve been putting off fusion surgery for gosh, 15 years, and I may not be able to put it off much longer. I’m going to eventually have to have fusion surgery.

I have had the quick-fix surgeries just so that I could get back in the ring again, and you know, the last one I did, I think, was 2015. But I’m going to eventually have to have fusion surgery…I’ve just been putting it off.”

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• Old School WWF Legend Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 88th birthday of Old School WWF Legend “Captain” Lou Albano.

As one of the most memorable personalities of the famous Rock ‘n’ Wrestling Connection (1984-1986) during the Golden WWF Era, Lou Albano also made a name for himself when he was seen in Cindy Lauper’s music videos on MTV, as well as playing Mario in the tv series ‘The Super Mario Bros Super Show!’.

After many of the Tag Teams he managed won WWWF/WWF World Tag Team Championships, he was being referred to as “The Manager of Champions”.

Among the teams he led to Tag Team Gold were The U.S. Express, The British Bulldogs, The Wild Samoans, The Moondogs, The Blackjacks, The Valiant Brothers & The Headshrinkers, among others.

No other manager in World Wrestling Federation / World Wrestling Entertainment history had ever managed more Tag Team Champions, than Captain Lou did.

He still holds that record and it doesn’t look like anyone will ever break it.

In 1996, Lou Albano was inducted into the WWF Hall of Fame (now known as WWE Hall of Fame) by radio and television host Joe Franklin.


July 29, 1933 – October 14, 2009

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