Kurt Angle is a WWE Hall of Famer, and he’s known for many things inside and outside the pro wrestling ring. He has also undergone a lot of surgeries, but there is good news to report in that department.

Kurt Angle had to undergo back surgery this year, and it seems that there is already progress. The WWE Hall of Famer had a glowing report on his status.

During his Ad Free Shows podcast, Kurt Angle shared some very good news about his health status. His back surgery “actually worked,” but it’s still a waiting game to see how effective it was.

“I think it actually worked. I don’t know yet, but I don’t have the pain going down my legs, so the operation definitely worked.”


“I’m hoping that the pain in my back will subside, and hopefully it will in the next few days, and then I’ll feel really good about it. The doctor did a great job. He really did. I was having problems with my legs and the nerves going down my legs, and that’s all gone, so I’m good with that.”

Kurt Angle gave his body to fans for years, and he also developed a terrible pill addiction because of it. Now, it seems he is getting back to bett health and living his best life.

Kurt Angle will be appearing at WrestleCon during WrestleMania weekend in Los Angeles, so fans will see him there. He will also be around for some work with WWE, however they need him, during that time.

Only time will tell if Kurt Angle makes a return to WWE. His days as an in-ring competitor are very likely over. After all, he turned down a huge money deal with AEW in recent memory.

What’s your take on Kurt Angle’s pro wrestling career? Is he on your Mt Rushmore? Sound off in the comments!

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