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Kurt Angle On How He Could’ve Become The Greatest Of All Time

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WWE Hall Of Famer Kurt Angle had a great run with WWE before he left for TNA in 2006.

The Olympic Gold Medalist entertained fans for years with his character and his marvellous wrestling skills in WWE and then in TNA.

While speaking on The Kurt Angle Show, Angle claimed that he’d be the greatest pro wrestler of all time if he hadn’t signed with TNA in 2006 and stayed in WWE.

“This is a really, really difficult question because I don’t regret going to TNA. I absolutely love TNA. I love my 11 years there. You know, I probably would have stayed if the money didn’t run out, but I knew it was my time to go back to WWE and I wanted to finish my career where I started.

But when I go back, the one thing I would love to change is I wish I didn’t get injured so much because that’s what caused my painkiller problem and then my painkiller problem caused me to leave the WWE because I felt like if I wasn’t gonna leave, I was gonna end up doing something pretty bad, which was overdose on painkillers.

So I thought it was right for me to leave, but if I wouldn’t have left the WWE and I would have wrestled there 20 straight years, I really believe to this day I’d be the greatest of all time.”

Angle retired at WrestleMania 35 after losing to Baron Corbin in his farewell match at the event.

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