Angle is regarded as one of the greatest wrestlers of all time, but his intense style came at a cost to his physical health.
It’s true, it’s true!
Kurt Angle will make his return to the ring for WWE at this Sunday’s Tables, Ladders, and Chairs event, WWE has announced.
The former Olympic champion will step in for Roman Reigns.
Finally, unrelated to Sunday’s pay-per-view, WWE Superstar Kevin Owens will no longer be appearing as scheduled at some global events this weekend, with a company rep citing “personal reasons” when reached by TheWrap.
The Shield reunion will have to wait!
Not when WWE could have utilized Finn Balor to team with Rollins and Ambrose.
“Straight outta LA – The Hounds of Justice, The Shield and the duo of Sasha Banks and Bayley hit the freeway on the road to Monday Night RAW!”. He now finds himself in one of the more physically demanding matches the sport offers.
Even though Angle was actively wrestling in 2016, he has yet to throw a punch since coming back to WWE earlier this year. Sister Abigail. After missing two weeks of programming, Wyatt has officially been removed from the card. Styles who is part of the Smackdown Live Roster, has been called upon because of this illness outbreak.
But the huge addition of Angle to the match card is the obvious story of the PPV. Angle was last featured at a WWE pay-per-view at Vengeance 2006, where he lost to Randy Orton.
Some have speculated that he would return for a match at WrestleMania against someone like Triple H or, perhaps, against his own “son” Jason Jordan. There’s been no word on those plans as of yet. Fightful.com will have full, live coverage and discussion of WWE TLC, as well as a post show Podcast.