Kurt Angle has returned with another Q&A.
WWE Hall Of Famer Kurt Angle was in action this past Monday on RAW as he teamed with Braun Strowman to face Baron Corbin and Drew McIntyre. Earlier in the night Angle was set to address his future in WWE but he was interrupted by Corbin and McIntyre.
Angle took to Facebook on Friday to host his weekly Q&A session and one of the questions that was presented to the Olympic Gold medalist was what was his most trying match and he replied by recalling his Iron Man bout against Brock Lesnar in 2003 for the WWE Championship.
"The one hour iron man match with Brock Lesnar. It was intense... and so was Brock. Not to mention my sister passed away the night before." Angle reflected. "That match was 2 world class athletes going toe to toe for 60 mins. Intense."
Angle was asked what is the most dangerous submission maneuver that's he's ever been put in and Angle noted that an armbar is the most dangerous in his opinion and added that a choke hold is the second most dangerous.
"Arm bars are the nastiest. Probably because your arms are smaller and will snap faster than your legs. Second...getting choked out." He noted.
To check out the full Q&A, head over to Kurt Angle's Facebook page. A man who locked Kurt in a dangerous submission hold, Daniel Puder was in headlines last weekend because he was sworn in as a Sheriff's deputy in the state of Arkansas.