Kurt Angle opens up about attitude era faction he didn't like


Kurt Angle opens up about attitude era faction he didn't like
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Kurt Angle touched on interesting topics in his "The Kurt Angle Show". One of them was the Right To Censor. They had their era in the early 2000s which didn't last long. Kurt Angle believes that they failed to achieve what was expected.

According to his statements, he was not a big fan of their appearance and what they did. “I didn’t think it worked. You know, here they are with the buttoned up shirts all the way up to the top, and, you know, they’re like, I don’t even know what kind of gang they were, but it was just, you know, they looked like a bunch of office guys trying to wrestle.

I don’t know. I didn’t like it”. - Kurt Angle said, as quoted by pwmania.com!

Kurt Angle compares WWE Title and Olympic Gold Medal

Kurt Angle had the opportunity to win the WWE Title as well as the Olympic Gold Medal.

His career is filled with successes and medals. Comparing these two titles, Angle emphasized that they cannot be compared in any way. One of them is, as Angle says, the 'real deal', while the other is fake. In order to win a medal at the Olympics, he had to put in more effort.

“The Olympic Gold medal was the real deal. The WWF title is fake. Now, don’t get me wrong. When you do win the World Championship, the company is trusting you and saying that you’re one of the best in the company, and to be credited as one of the greatest wrestlers in the business, that’s a huge compliment, but you have to remember, it’s still a work.

You know, the Olympics was a shoot. There’s no way in hell I can compare the WWF title to the Olympic Gold Medal. It’s just not comparable”.

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