Kurt Angle Says He's Turned Down WWE And AEW Offers, Will Accept If It Feels Worth it

Kurt Angle was working as a producer for WWE following his in-ring retirement at WrestleMania 35, but was released by the company in April 2020.

He returned to serve as the special guest referee for the NXT Fight Pit match between Riddle and Timothy Thatcher on May 27, 2020. Angle was planned to be part of WWE Elimination Chamber, but the plans were scrapped.

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Speaking to What Culture during WrestleMania weekend, Angle said he's turned down offers from WWE and AEW.

"I'm leaving it open," he said about his future in wrestling. "I've gotten offers from both companies [WWE and AEW], didn't accept them, didn't feel it was right at that particular time, but if they come up with something that I feel is worth it, I will do it."

Angle recently said that he's set to undergo double knee surgery. You can learn more by clicking here.

You can find Angle's comments on the scrapped Elimination Chamber plans by clicking here.

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