Kurt Angle; WWE legend planning to retire with a ‘farewell match’ at WrestleMania 35

Kurt Angle the legendary wrestler of all time has announced that he plans to retire at this year’s WrestleMania with one final match.

Angle made the news of his announcement during an interview at the episode of Raw that he is going to have one farewell match at WrestleMania; the biggest wrestling show of the year. The WrestleMania 35 will be taking place at MetLife Arena starting on April 17th.

During his open speech to the fans at RAW, Kurt said, “I want to thank each and every one of you as you have made it so much fun for me. I literally had the best time of my life.”

As a response, a long chant of Thank You Kurt rang from the Pittsburgh crowd. This was before Kurt Angle defeated Apollo Crews in what was a short match.

Angle first joined WWE back in 1999 after he had won the gold medal for freestyle wrestling at 1996s Olympic Games held in Atlanta and made his professional roster debut that year.

In between years of 2000 to 2006, Kurt has won six world titles. After that, he worked with TNA and won six world championships there as well. He made his return to WWE back in 2017 and entered into its Hall of Fame.

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