5 reasons Kurt Angle should NOT compete at Wrestlemania
Is the Olympic gold medallist setting himself up for a failure?
Since making his long-awaited return to WWE Kurt Angle has served proudly and valiantly as Monday Night Raw's general manager. But, at TLC last month he finally stepped back between the ropes for a match, replacing an illness-stricken Roman Reigns, to much fanfare and anticipation.
At Survivor Series this past weekend, Angle found himself back in the ring again, serving as the captain of Team Raw in the traditional Survivor Series match. It looks as though Angle is trying to cram in as much in-ring action as possible, leading many to believe it's all to prepare himself once again to perform on the grand stage. While he is one of the greatest of all time, is this really a good idea? In fact, several reports claimed that the Pittsburgh native wouldn't be cleared to return to the squared circle because of his history of neck injuries.
However, with that being said, here are five reasons why Kurt Angle should not compete at Wrestlemania.
It's no secret that Kurt Angle has a list of injuries longer than The List of Jericho. During his twenty year career, the Pittsburgh native has suffered broken bones, knocks to the head, and more neck problems than you could count.
At 48, while still in decent physical form, he's no spring chicken, and father time does us no favours when old injuries rear their head again. It might not be what he wants, but if he has any concern for his safety whatsoever, Angle should stick to his new day job.