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WWF Legend Turns Down The Idea Of Going To AEW

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• WWF Legend Turns Down The Idea Of Going To AEW

During a recent interview with The Hannibal TV, WWE Hall Of Famer Kurt Angle talked about the possibility of joining Tony Khan’s All Elite Wrestling, which is currently the #2 pro-wrestling promotion in the United States.

Many fans felt like he would go there after being released from the WWE in 2020 and also plenty of fans thought he could be the big surprise at the AEW Revolution PPV, which then turned out to be fellow Attitude Era Legend Christian (Cage).

Here’s what our Olympic Hero had to say:

“My relationship with WWE is really good and I like to keep it that way. I don’t have any plans of going to AEW.

I haven’t really spoke to them that much. Just a couple messages sent back and forth but nothing serious.”

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• Old School WWF Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School World Wrestling Federation Legend Kane (Real name: Glenn Jacobs) turns 54 today.

He also used to play the roles of Bruiser Mastino (WCW), Unabomb (SMW), Isaac Yankem, DDS (WWF) & Fake Diesel (WWF) before they found a character for him that would make him famous and gave him a 20+ year run with the WWF/E: “The Big Red Machine” Kane.

In storyline, Kane was the lost brother of The Undertaker, brought to the World Wrestling Federation by Paul Bearer to go after his kayfabe brother, but a few years later they eventually started teaming up as The Brothers of Destruction.

Jacobs is currently the Mayor of Knox County (Knoxville, Tennessee), but still returns to the WWE every now and then.

He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2021, but the ceremony took place without a crowd due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


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