Cody Rhodes faced Kurt Angle in the WWE Hall of Famer's last match on the indies before he returns to WWE, which took place inside the confines of a steel cage
He talked about the match in an interview with Sports Illustrated.
"Sometimes, when you work with the younger stars, and this isn't a knock on anybody, it feels like you're dancing. When you get into a match with Kurt Angle, and it doesn't matter how old he is because he's just as good as he ever was, and perhaps even better on some nights. Kurt is a wrestler's wrestler. He hits hard, he ties you up tight in ways that are uncomfortable and in ways that, if he wanted to, it could be over right then and there."
Or, instead of Kurt Angle being the reason that "it could be over right then and there," you could voluntarily do something like this:
Cody Rhodes is a confirmed nutjob.
Cody did eventually go on to win the match, and their unofficial Best of Three series, and a good time was had by all those in attendance at the high school gymnasium in Waterbury, Connecticut.
Ain't nothing like it.