Kurt Angle Reveals The Most Painful Finisher That He's Taken, His Favorite Match Against Brock Lesnar & Praises A.J. Styles And Daniel Bryan

The "Olympic Gold medalist" hosts another Q&A session over his Facebook page.

Current RAW GM Kurt Angle recently hosted another Q&A session for fans via Facebook. Angle would answer a number of great questions that the WWE Universe had lined up for him. Throughout Angle's many years in the wrestling business, he has taken a great number of bumps, but one that he recalls being the most painful was The Undertaker's "Last Ride" finishing maneuver.

"The Last Ride. It’s like getting shot in the chest. Undertaker is 7 feet tall...when he lifts you over his head you’re 8 feet in the air. It’s a long ride down to the canvas."

For the greater part of 2003, Kurt Angle and Brock Lesnar had a fantastic feud over the WWE Championship. Angle and Brock would meet at 'No Way Out' that year, WrestleMania, had an Ironman match, among others. Angle was asked to pick his favorite match that he has had with the current WWE Universal Champion. (Mania 19' or SummerSlam 03')

"They were both special. I was injured pretty badly at Mania so I never really pick that match (I had a neck injury that required surgery). But my Ironman Match with Brock was something special. Check it out."

There are many "dream matches" that are still on the table for Kurt Angle to have in the WWE. But when asked to choose between either having a match with A.J. Styles or Daniel Bryan, Angle could not decide.

"AJ or Daniel? That’s like comparing identical twins. They’re both exceptional. Just give me 30 minutes with one of them. That’s all I want."

To read more of Kurt Angle's answers from his Q&A session, click here.

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