Kurt Angle: Mae Young Told Me Right Before I Slammed Her, 'You Better F*cking Slam Me Hard'

Kurt Angle is back with another Q&A session.

WWE Hall Of Famer Kurt Angle wrestled his last match for WWE at WrestleMania 35 and was last featured on WWE programming the night after WrestleMania on RAW where he was beat down by "The Leviathan" Lars Sullivan. Angle is still continuing on with his weekly Q&A sessions on Facebook and he held a session over the weekend and during that Q&A, Angle was asked what was the funniest thing he's ever heard from his opponent during a match and he recalled WWE Hall Of Famer Mae Young telling him to slam her as hard as he could in the ring during their encounter.

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"Mae Young told me this right before I Angle slammed her in the ring, “You better fucking slam me hard. Really hard.” I said “OK Ma’am”." Angle recalled.

Angle also reflected on his match with Shawn Michaels from WrestleMania 21 when asked about it. Angle shared that he and Shawn did not plan the match out entirely but there were spots that were intentionally planned but all in all, they were relaxed about the match and confident in what they could do in the ring.

"We didn’t really prepare for it like the others. Usually, for WrestleMania, the wrestlers get together to go over their match all week long. Shawn and I preferred to sit down and talk.... to get to know each other personally." Angle noted. "Sure we planned some spots for the match, but we were very relaxed about the match. If you think about it, Angle vs Michaels would be stellar regardless of how much we prepared. (2 of the best ever). The match did not disappoint."

To check out the full Q&A with Kurt Angle, head over to his Facebook page, and Kurt Angle was scheduled to appear at Starrcast II during Double Or Nothing weekend but he and The Undertaker were both pulled from the appearance by WWE.

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