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WWE Hall Of Famer Says S** Life Is At Its Best Right Now

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WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle recently announced the following on Twitter:

“This past weekend, I had the honor of remarrying my beautiful wife Giovanna at Crossroads Church.

It was an amazing family moment because we were able to get married in front of our children, showing them what true love really is.

Thank you to my incredible wife for saying ‘YES’ again. I love you always and forever!!!!”

Below are the photos that he shared:

On a recent episode of his weekly ‘The Kurt Angle Show’ podcast, the 2017 WWE Hall of Famer revealed that his love life / s*x life is at its best now:

“We’ve been married 11 years. I decided to do it because we finally are in a place in our lives where we’re actually comfortable and we feel really good about everything.

We just moved into a new house. I had to downsize after I got a divorce and we lived in a house where our kids were struggling where you know, there were three kids in one bedroom.

We finally got into a beautiful home, everybody’s happy, and I thought, you know what? I made my wife struggle quite a bit.

I had a lot of painkiller problems and stuff like that and alcohol problems. I said we’re gonna start over. We’re gonna reset.

I’m gonna remarry her and I’m gonna see if she says yes, and she did. [The ceremony] was small. It was just the kids and my in-laws.

It was really cool to do that. I recommend anybody that’s been married already, and you guys want to renew your nuptials, it’s a great thing to do, and you know what?

I will tell you this. I ain’t gonna lie to you. My s*x life hasn’t been any better than this.”

Kurt married Giovanna Yannotti in 2012. Prior to that, Angle was married to Karen (who’s currently married to Jeff Jarrett) from 1998 to 2008.

Angle wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation / World Wrestling Entertainment during the Attitude Era and the Ruthless Aggression Era, from 1999 until he left in 2006 and joined Dixie Carter’s Total Nonstop Action! (TNA), where he performed until 2016.

The 1996 Olympic Gold Medalist then returned to WWE in 2017, got inducted into the Hall of Fame and worked for them until he officially retired in 2019.

Angle has teased coming out of retirement multiple times since then.

AEW President Tony Khan approached him about wrestling in his new promotion. Angle told Tony that he’d charge $3 million for 10 matches in All Elite Wrestling. A deal wasn’t reached in the end.

Kurt is currently under a Nostalgia (Legends) contract with WWE.

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