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- Speaking to English digital publication Hooked on Wrestling, TNA Wrestling star Kurt Angle labeled WWE Hall of Famer and former rival “Stone Cold” Steve Austin “underrated.”

“One of the most underrated wrestlers – not entertainers, but wrestlers – in the history of professional wrestling,” said Angle of the 6-time WWE Champion. “He changed the face of wrestling. I wrestled him in my first year in the business, and I knew nothing. Austin carried me through every match that we had.”

Hooked on Wrestling is available online here.

- In Robbie E’s latest blog for Spike.com, the former TNA Television and X Division Champion offers tips on how to be a “bro.” One vital requirement concerns grooming.

“To be a proper bro, one must be properly groomed. Which consists of trimmed nose hairs, ears regularly cleaned, and so on,” wrote E. “And if I have to tell you to use a ton of product in your hair and keep your tan perfect, you should probably just stop reading now, because you’ll never be a bro.”

  • D2K

    @Ray: Austin did have a huge moveset though. He was one of the better ring technicians the sport has seen in his WCW days. Even during his high point in the Attitude Era he had a few worked matches were he would perform a more grounded-technical style rather than being a smash-mouth brawler.

  • Robinson

    I feel like I’ve read the Kurt angle thing before on some wrestling spoiler website, but I can’t remember which site it was…..

  • http://www.mister-design.fr/canape-dangle/ canapé d’angle

    Fantastic article. keep it up!

  • Ray

    I don’t think he’s an underrated wrestler at all. I always thought he was good at carrying a match. He didn’t need a huge moveset but he was always coming up with innovative ways to perform different moves and still keepy that edgy/tough guy movement to how he did things.

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