Kurt Angle has discussed the chance of him turning up in All Elite Wrestling and says his relationship with WWE is one that is ongoing.
The Olympic golf medallist wrestled his last match for WWE in 2019 at WrestleMania 35. Angle lost to Baron Corbin in that match to seemingly bring the curtain down on his WWE Hall Of Fame career.
Speaking to Hannibal TV, Angle discussed the possibility of him joining AEW in the future. Former WWE veterans Big Show and Christian Cage have recently signed with the Jacksonville-based company.
Fans of AEW might not want to hold their breath in regards to seeing Angle in an AEW ring:
“Well my relationship with WWE is really good and I like to keep it that way. I don’t have any plans of going to AEW. I haven’t really spoke to them that much. Just a couple of messages sent back and forth but nothing serious.”
Angle continued, noting that he has something in the pipeline with WWE:
“I have something going on with WWE right now and it most likely will materialize. I can’t talk about it but that’s what I’m waiting on and I don’t wanna mess that up. The company’s been so good to me and I wanna be loyal to them.”
Kurt Angle did leave WWE in 2006, debuting in TNA a few weeks later. He enjoyed a ten-year career at TNA where he won the TNA World Championship a record six times. Angle returned to WWE in 2017 to be inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame.