Mick Foley Thinks Kurt Angle's Retirement Match At WrestleMania Should Be Against Drew McIntyre

Mick Foley pitches a name for Kurt Angle's retirement match.

This past Monday on WWE RAW, WWE Hall Of Famer Kurt Angle announced that at WrestleMania 35, he will have his retirement match and earlier today, WWE pushed out announcements for next Monday's RAW and on next week's show, Angle will reveal who he'll be facing at WrestleMania in his final match for WWE. Fellow WWE Hall Of Famer Mick Foley threw former NXT Champion Drew McIntyre's name out there as a possible opponent for Angle next month.

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Drew McIntyre defeated Kurt Angle on an edition of RAW in November and dominated Angle throughout the match. Foley feels that both Angle and McIntyre would rise to the occasion and it would be the biggest match of Drew's career and added that Angle would not give anything but his best effort.

"I'd like to see him wrestle Drew McIntyre," he told Sky Sports. "Drew beat him with his own finishing hold. Kurt's a man of tremendous pride. He's the most competitive person I've ever met and I think the two of them would both rise to the occasion and it would be the biggest match of Drew's career and Kurt Angle is not going to go home with anything but his best effort."

There were several announcements made for this upcoming Monday's RAW on top of Kurt Angle revealing his WrestleMania opponent and to check out what else is transpiring next week, click here.

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