Kurt Angle hosts his weekly Q&A with a new batch of questions.
WWE Hall Of Famer Kurt Angle took to his personal Facebook page Friday afternoon to chat with fans for his weekly Q&A session. Angle answered a number of questions -- some of which had to do with his personal life and the battles that he's had to overcome outside of the ring. One of the questions presented to Angle was, is there anything he feels there is left to accomplish in-ring wise and Angle replied by noting that the only thing he feels is left for him to do is to have a good retirement match whenever that day comes.
"I have nothing that I feel I need to accomplish other than an amazing retirement match, whenever that is". Angle replied.
February 15th was the fifteenth anniversary of Eddie Guerrero defeating Brock Lesnar for the WWE Championship at 'No Way Out'. Angle reflected on that moment when asked about Eddie's title win and expressed that Eddie broke the barrier for smaller wresters to the World Championship.
"Eddie broke the barrier of being undersized and winning the World Title." Angle noted. "He and Chris [Benoit] made a huge statement at WrestleMania 20. It was one of the greatest “feel good” moments I’ve ever seen. Eddie was the most deserving of this prestigious moment. He earned it."
Kurt Angle shared a list of names that he legitimately punched in the face while they were in the ring. Angle claims to have punched Brock Lesnar on accident and added that Lesnar asked if he owed him anything after the punch.
"Yes. Let me see.... Brock, Cena, Shane, Joe... I’ve done it quite a bit. My punches can be a bit stiff...LOL. One time I hit Brock in the face, and he said to me “Do I owe you money or something?” Angle recalled.
To checkout the remainder of the Q&A session, head over to Kurt Angle's Facebook page. Kurt Angle has been in action the past two weeks on Monday Night RAW and to read about how Kurt fared in his latest match, check out Fightful's published article about the topic.