Kurt Angle

Kurt Angle Mentions A Dream Match He Was Never Able To Have 

Kurt Angle, a member of the WWE Hall of Fame, has competed against the top stars in the sport. John Cena, The Rock, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, and numerous others are on that list. However, due to the star power, a few names were never able to be added to his opponent list.

When asked who his ideal dream match opponent would be on the most recent episode of “The Kurt Angle Show,” Angle gave the names of two wrestlers from the same family, highlighting the fact that he had previously faced one of them in a WWE dark match in May 1999. Although I did wrestle him, Angle said, “Owen Hart would’ve been great.”

Unfortunately, it wasn’t recorded because it was a dark match. I did that the week before on “SmackDown,” where I also took part in Owen’s final match before his death, five days before he passed away. “For a dream match, I’d pick his brother, Bret Hart,” he continued. Since the beginning of my career, Bret Hart has been someone I’ve always wanted to wrestle with.

“I also know that Bret has always wanted to wrestle me, and I believe that would have been one of the greatest matches in history.” Contrary to Angle’s assertion, Owen and the Olympic gold medalist did engage in a wrestling match two weeks before the legendary wrestler tragically passed away. Hart competed seven times on WWE house shows in the 11 days between Owen’s death and their match.

Kurt Angle’s epic memories

Kurt Angle has many epic memories all through his impressive career, from continuing to work the main event of WrestleMania 19 with Brock Lesnar to having an iconic Street Fight with Shane McMahon at King of the Ring 2001. Angle received three championships all through his rookie year, including the WWE Intercontinental and European Championships. Which he eventually lost during the same night despite not being pinned.

Angle explained how special the two-fall match between himself, Chris Jericho, and Chris Benoit was for him, given that it was his first WrestleMania. He said during newest episode of the Kurt Angle Show, “You knew something big was going to happen.” With all of the buildup to WrestleMania, all of the promos, commercials, and talk of WrestleMania, you knew things big was on the way. It didn’t let me down. It was one of my all favourite WrestleMania because it was my first, it was very special, but it was almost as vital as my Olympic Gold Medal match.

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