Kurt Angle gave a lot to the pro wrestling world, and he has the daily aches and pains to prove it. He recently corrected an issue that needed fixed, and things seem to be doing better for him now.

While speaking on The A2theK Wrestling Show, Kurt Angle opened up a bit about his double knee replacement. He said that things are going a bit better, but there was a time when he “hit a wall.”

“I’m doing well. I will tell you this. It’s a long process. I was improving dramatically the first few months and I kind of hit a wall where my knees are sore all of the time. I’m not sure if this is going to last forever. I do rehab them every day. I don’t know if I’m overtraining them. I might be, might not be, but at this point in time, I’m doing really well. My legs are stronger now than they were before the surgery. So that’s a bonus.”

Kurt Angle had an idea for WrestleMania 39, and he even pitched it to WWE. We will have to see if they use him in any fashion, because the Olympic Hero will be there anyway.


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