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WWF Legend Says Vince McMahon Always Wanted Him To Be A Heel

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• WWF Legend Says Vince McMahon Always Wanted Him To Be A Heel

On a recent episode of his podcast, WWE Hall Of Famer Kurt Angle revealed that Vince McMahon always wanted him to stay a heel for most of his WWF/E run.

Here’s what the former WWF Champion said:

“The reason was Vince McMahon always wanted me to end up being a heel. He really just loved me as a heel. He enjoyed watching me as a heel. He always put me in a situation where I would become the heel.”

The only times during his original 1999-2006 WWF/E run that Angle didn’t work as a heel were in 2001 during the Invasion storyline, from 2003 until early 2004 and briefly in 2006 before he went to TNA.

In addition, Kurt also spent his entire 2017-2019 WWE run as a babyface.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (November 29, 1998) – Old School WCW Veteran Passed Away

On this day in 1998, we lost Old School WCW Veteran Loch Ness aka Giant Haystacks (Real name: Martin Ruane) at the age of 51 due to Lymphoma.

As Giant Haystacks, he became a legend in Europe, where his rivalry against fellow UK Wrestling Legend ‘Big Daddy’ stands out.

In early 1996, he joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling as Loch Ness, a member of Kevin Sullivan’s Dungeon of Doom.

Loch Ness was booked for a feud against Hulk Hogan, but that never happened as Ruane was diagnosed with cancer and left the promotion.

Giant Haystacks is ranked #5 on a list of THE single heaviest professional wrestlers of all time, listed as weighing 690 lbs / 313 kg when he was at his heaviest.

† REST IN PEACE LOCH NESS

October 10, 1947 – November 29, 1998

        
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