Breaking News: Another WWE Superstar Opens Secrets Of His Working Relationship With Vince McMahon

A report has just been submitted indicating the work relationship between another pro wrestler, Kurt Angle and Vince McMahon.
In this exclusive interview with 105.7 The Point, Kurt Angle spoke about why he stopped working for Vince McMahon and tough times he had.
Angle made this known when he came on air Friday to promote the big Bellator show. See excerpts of the interview below:

“It’s tough. If you’re going to be his guy, and I was for 4-5 years, he expects a lot out of you. That’s the reason I left. We’re talking over 300 days a year. He wanted me to continue to go full time and I couldn’t. I literally broke my neck four times in a two and a half year span, and I just kept rushing back for him,” Angle said.

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About Seth Rollins time out, Angle was asked if WWE would mount pressure on him to quickly return into the ring and drop the title. Angle said:

“No, they will not. The WWE went public about 14 years ago, and started really implementing the Wellness Policy around 2006-2007, around the time that I left. They won’t even let Seth Rollins step into a ring until he’s 100 percent healthy. They won’t even let him in there to drop the belt. I had a broken neck and I had to drop it to Brock Lesnar in a match at WrestleMania. That was okay back then. Today they wouldn’t do it,”

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Then Angle tried to explain why he didn’t wrestle at WrestleMania but along the line, he got things twisted a bit when he spoke about featuring in an Iron Man Match at WrestleMania. See what he says below:

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“Vince didn’t want me to wrestle at WrestleMania,” Angle explained. “We knew I was going to have surgery, and were going to cancel the WrestleMania match and have a 30 second match on TV the week prior to drop the title to Brock Lesnar. I was over at my neighbor’s house, and his child with down syndrome showed me the DirecTV magazine cover and was all excited to see me wrestle. I literally looked at him and started crying. I called Vince and said I’d do it. Back then it was fine. It won’t happen anymore. I respect Vince for that.”

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