WWE Hall Of Famer Kurt Angle has earned the respect from the viewers ever since making the difficult transition from mat wrestling. Being one of the most interactive superstars on the roster, the gold medallist often hosts a Q&A session which gives an insight of Angle’s career and his life.
On the most recent edition of the Q&A section, an interesting question popped up wherein Angle was asked to recall the most intense match of his career. Angle went on to reveal that it was the bout against Brock Lesnar on SmackDown that drained him. The Iron Man Match for the championship is widely regarded as one of the best matches that the blue brand has ever seen. Angle elaborated:
“The one hour iron man match with Brock Lesnar. It was intense… and so was Brock. Not to mention my sister passed away the night before.” Angle reflected. “That match was 2 world class athletes going toe to toe for 60 mins. Intense.”
The Hall Of Famer was also asked about the most painful submission move that he has endured, to which Angle replied:
“Arm bars are the nastiest. Probably because your arms are smaller and will snap faster than your legs. Second…getting choked out.”