Kurt Angle Feels He Can Help Younger Talent With Their Matches And Characters

Kurt Angle is back with his latest Q&A session.

After retiring following WrestleMania 35, WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle revealed that he signed a new five-year deal with WWE. The deal will see him work backstage in a producers role. In his latest Facebook Q&A, Angle was asked about his excitement level over his new deal. Angle replied, "Yes (I'm excited). I feel I can really help the younger talent by helping them with their matches and characters."

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Angle wrestled his last match in WWE at WrestleMania 35, losing to Baron Corbin. Fans, and even Angle himself weren't too pleased with the match as many wanted to see Angle square off with John Cena. Angle was asked about stepping in the ring with a past rival one more and he named Cena as the man he'd like to go one-on-one with. "John was young when we locked horns. He got better and better every year. I left the WWE in 2006. John's best years were 2007-12. Imagine the matches we would have had if I stayed."

When asked about a promising talent on 205 Live, Angle replied, "I really like Drew Gulak. He’s a great performer and very entertaining when he gets the opportunity to be. He isn’t afraid to make an ass out of himself...LOL."

You can view the full Q&A on Angle's Facebook page by clicking here.

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