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3 WWE Superstars who retired in 2019 and 2 that are going to retire soon

Ishaan Sharma
Modified 10 Aug 2019, 06:33 IST
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#4 Will retire soon: Trish Stratus

Trish Stratus started wrestling in the early 2000s. After debuting in WWE, Stratus quickly became one of the most popular females in the company. Even though she had a great wrestling career, she retired just after winning her 7th Women’s Championship in WWE and the title was vacated later. 

However, Stratus made several appearances in WWE for special events and just last year, she returned to the ring at the Royal Rumble and Evolution PPV. Recently, the former Women’s Champion made another return to WWE and now, she is set to tussle it out with Charlotte Flair.

And, it seems like this is going to be Stratus’ final match in WWE as she plans to retire after it, although she could change her mind if Vince McMahon offers her a massive deal to wrestle against more Superstars.

#3 Retired this year: Kurt Angle

Kurt Angle started his wrestling journey back in 1998 with WWE (then WWF). Due to his amazing work, the WWE Hall of Famer won multiple championships. Angle left WWE in 2006 due to his health issues but shockingly made his return to the ring in TNA (now Impact Wrestling). This caused some issues between Angle and Vince Mcmahon but they buried the hatchet in 2016, after which, he returned to WWE as Raw’s new General Manager in 2017. Since then, Angle has made many rivals and one of his storylines was with Baron Corbin. 


In 2019, Angle talked about his retirement with Vince McMahon and requested to retire at WrestleMania 35, to which the WWE CEO agreed. He faced Corbin in his final match and retired after losing the match.

Since the event, the Olympic Gold Medalist has made several appearances in WWE and it seems like doesn't want to return to the ring again. 

Published 10 Aug 2019, 06:33 IST
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