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Kurt Angle on his worst match ever

Kurt Angle recently held a Q&A session from his official Facebook page where the former Raw General Manager talked about a lot of things including how to prepare for a fitness test and more.

A fan asked him about his underrated match which gets overlooked, and the former World Champion said that his matches with Randy Orton and John Cena get overshadowed by his matches with the likes of Stone Cold Steve Austin and Brock Lesnar.

When asked about his worst match, Angle said that he has never had a bad match but then he recalled a lumberjack bout he had with Eddie Guerrero where Guerrero wasn’t feeling well:

I never had a bad match…LOL. The one that I remember was the lumberjack match with Eddie Guerrero. Eddie wasn’t feeling well that night. The match dragged on and on. Eddie kept telling me something was wrong. He kept telling me to put him in a hold so he could get his mind and body straight. It was not the Eddie that we all knew, “the greatest of all time”. He was physically and emotionally exhausted that night. It was a failure on my part because I kept pushing him to go harder, I should have listened to him. Eddie was more to me than a fellow wrestler, he was my brother. It was a bad night for him. And a bad night for me.

As noted before, Kurt Angle is currently training for an in-ring return and there are speculations about him wrestling more frequently in the future.