Kurt Angle

Kurt Angle, A WWE Hall of Famer Has Undergone Double Knee Surgery

Kurt Angle, a WWE Hall of Famer, experienced double knee surgery this morning. Angle uploaded the clip, saying he’s feeling really good and thanking fans for their support. This is your Olympic champion. Kurt Angle and I are currently in the hospital after having knee replacement surgery this morning, Angle explained. I’m feeling fine right now, but my legs are numb from the anaesthetic. So, I realise I have a long way ahead of me, and I’m inclined to put in a lot of effort to get back to how I was.

I’d like to thank everyone for your motivation, well wishes, and praying for my surgical procedure; I deeply appreciate it. God bless everyone. The Olympic gold medalist had announced earlier on his podcast, The Kurt Angle Show, in April that he would be undergoing major surgery. Angle explained that he will have his knees replaced next month. I’m completing both of them at the very same time. I’ll be using a walker or a wheelchair.

Angle has previously used his podcast to discuss his injury history in WWE. He once revealed the two worst injuries he’s ever had: a failed table spot at SummerSlam 2000 that resulted in a serious concussion and a chair shot from Brock Lesnar which broke his neck. Angle stated, “The chair shot that Brock gave me that broke my neck or this concussion.” Those have been the worst injuries I’d ever suffered in professional wrestling.

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Angle stated, I just think AJ was one of the best. I recently discussed Jericho being the greatest of all time, given how long his career has been and everything he’s been able to accomplish in AEW up to this point. Shawn Michaels is still one of the best, but AJ is gaining ground. He’s showcasing a huge amount of potential with his characters, so he’s more than just an athlete; he’s got the whole package, and this kid is just really special.

This year’s class of WWE Hall of Fame members is headlined by The Undertaker. Another WWE Hall of Famer, Kurt Angle, is among people who have actually shared their experiences of the great entertainer. He claims that early in his WWE career, Undertaker had a positive impact on him. 


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.