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Kurt Angle Reveals The Biggest Regret Of His Career

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• Kurt Angle Reveals The Biggest Regret Of His Career

On a recent episode of his weekly ‘The Kurt Angle Show’ podcast, our Olympic Hero spoke about his professional wrestling career and revealed his biggest regret, which was breaking his neck in 2003.

Here’s what Kurt Angle had to say:

“My biggest regret was breaking my neck. Everything went downhill from there. My whole career, my painkiller problem got worse. It actually started with my neck being broken in 2003 and I just wish it would’ve never happened.

I would’ve had a nice, long, successful career, drug-free, and would’ve been elated on it. So, that is my biggest and probably one and only regret.”

The Olympic Gold Medalist retired from WWE and Pro-Wrestling in general after losing his WrestleMania 35 match against Baron Corbin in 2019.

Also Read: “I think he was in denial” – Bruce Prichard On Kurt Angle In 2006

• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 19, 1986) – WWF Houston House Show

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on October 19, 1986, the World Wrestling Federation held a televised house show at the Summit in Houston, Texas.

Ken Resnick & WWF Legend Gorilla Monsoon provided commentary for the show.

The results can be found here:

Mike Rotundo wrestled Jim Brunzell to a time-limit draw

Bret Hart pinned Raymond Rougeau

Brutus Beefcake pinned SD Jones

Big John Studd pinned Big Machine

Greg Valentine pinned Steve Gatorwolf

Davey Boy Smith defeated The Iron Sheik

Hulk Hogan defeated Paul Orndorff

Nikolai Volkoff pinned Tama

The Dynamite Kid pinned Moondog Rex

Nikolai Volkoff & The Iron Sheik won a $50,000 Tag Team battle royal

        
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