WWE News: Kurt Angle reveals his favorite match stipulation and his favorite between AJ Styles and Daniel Bryan
The Raw GM has picked his favorite between AJ Styles and Daniel Bryan.
What’s the story?
WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle was recently a part of yet another Q&A session via his official Facebook page, during which the Raw General Manager revealed his favorite match stipulation, the most painful move he has ever received in wrestling, and if he fancies a potential match against AJ Styles or Daniel Bryan.
In case you didn’t know…
After an illustrious career in the wrestling business, former WWE World Champion Kurt Angle was finally inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as part of the Hall of Fame Class of 2017.
Angle, who is currently the General Manager of Monday Night Raw, also competed in his first WWE match in almost a decade when the Olympic Gold Medalist filled in for an injured Roman Reigns at last year’s TLC pay-per-view.
The heart of the matter
During his latest Question and Answer session on Facebook, Kurt Angle revealed some of the most interesting and untold facts about his wrestling career and below are some of the highlights:
On his favorite match stipulation:
According to Kurt Angle, his favorite match stipulation is one-on-one Iron Man matches, because according to the Raw GM, he believes that Iron Man matches are the only way to separate the men from the boys.
“I've done 4 or 5 in my entire career. That's when you know how good you truly are. Ironman Match!”- Kurt Angle stated.
Who would he rather face: AJ Styles or Daniel Bryan?
Angle said, that comparing both AJ and Bryan is almost like comparing two identical twins, who are both exceptional performers.
"AJ or Daniel? That's like comparing identical twins. They're both exceptional. Just give me 30 minutes with one of them. That's all I want."- Kurt Angle wrote.
Most painful move to take in wrestling:
Kurt Angle stated, that The Undertaker’s Last Ride is the most painful move he has ever received in wrestling and it is almost like getting shot in the chest when “The Deadman” drops you from 8 feet above in the air.
“Undertaker is 7 feet tall...when he lifts you over his head, you're 8 feet in the air. It's a long ride down to the canvas.”- Kurt Angle added.
We haven’t seen Kurt Angle wrestle ever since the 5-on-5 traditional Men’s Survivor Series match, however, there several online reports have recently claimed that Angle could potentially lock horns with Raw superstar Seth Rollins at Wrestlemania 34 in New Orleans, later this year.
Ever since Kurt Angle made his return to the WWE ring, fans have been waiting to witness a one-on-one match between him and AJ Styles in a WWE ring and personally, I would like to see Angle and Styles recreate those amazing matches they had back in TNA.