Kurt Angle Shares His Thoughts About Hulk Hogan's WWE Return, Names Top Five WWE Superstars, More

Kurt Angle is back with another Q&A session. 

Ahead of the Royal Rumble pay-per-view, WWE Hall Of Famer Kurt Angle did a Q&A session over his  Facebook page and answered a number of questions that had to do with various topics such as his fellow WWE Hall Of Famer Hulk Hogan being welcomed back into the WWE, and Kurt being asked for his top five WWE superstars of all time.

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Hulk Hogan was most recently featured on WWE TV when he appeared on the January 7th edition of Monday Night RAW to honor the late "Mean" Gene Okerlund. Angle gave his take on Hogan's comeback and shared that we all are entitled to our second chance and added that while he does not condone the racist remarks that Hogan made, he believes Hulk has a good soul.

I think that we are all entitled to 2nd chances." Angle noted. "I don’t condone anything he did or said, but I know Hulk. He’s got a really good soul. He will take this 2nd chance and utilize it for the good, not the bad."

The topic of taking direct chair shots to the head came up and how concussions are taken far more seriously today than they were years prior in professional wrestling. Angle shared that he never took a direct chair shot to the head and always put his hands up to avoid the shot.

"I never took a direct chair shot. Most of us haven’t. I’ve always put my hands up to protect my head from the chair. Anyone that hasn’t put their hands up is crazy. Period!!!!"

The multi-time WWE World Champion also named his top five WWE superstars of all-time and here's his lineup:

"That’s tough." Angle continued, "I didn’t watch wrestling until I started in 1999. So..... hmmmm. Ric Flair. Undertaker. Austin. Rock. Tie: Cena / HHH. They were all pros to work with too."

 

To check out the other questions that Kurt Angle answered, head over to his Facebook page and while mentioning "Mean" Gene Okerlund, click here to check out the tribute that WWE put together to honor the life of the late WWE Hall Of Famer.

 

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