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Default Kurt angle interview: Talks about lesnar/Goldberg at mania and more.

TSN have posted the one-on-one interview that Michael Landsberg did with Kurt Angle. It was a great interview, one of the better OTR interviews they have done.

While Kurt was on the set, TSN.ca/Wrestling did an interview with Kurt as well. Kurt went and talked more in-depth about his neck. Kurt basically says he can't feel his pinky figure right now. Angle also says wrestling a guy like Brock Lesnar didn't help and his style in the 4 years he has been in the company as a top heel hasn't helped.

However, he doesnít regret what heís done within the past 4 years and is very happy with his accomplishments. He also says that fans love him, which is why he has the "You Suck" chants. He compares himself to Austin and goes on to say that the fans love Austin because he is the underdog that never accomplished a lot and hated his boss where in his life he had gone and actually did something with his life.

In regards to his match with Eddie Guerrero at WM XX, he says that it was really hard to have the match as he didnít want to aggravate his neck injury any more, however it still was a top rated match. He feels the finish of the match is what brought the fans back to the show after the Lesnar vs. Goldberg .

Kurt goes on to say that the reason the fans hated the Lesnar/Goldberg match so match was because they felt betrayed that two of the top talents were leaving the company. Angle believes that Austin shouldíve have entered himself into the match and making it a triple-threat encounter, with the ending having Austin stunning them both and then going on to cover them both at the same time, as the fans would have enjoyed this ended a lot more.

However, the big news came when Kurt Angle challenged Bret Hart for an upcoming WrestleMania Match, as that is his dream match. Kurt says that Bret is the very best in the industry, and has all the respect in the world for him. He also would like to think that he would be considered to be among Bret as one of the best ever, and the way to do that is to wrestle him. Kurt says if Bret ever wants to come back for one match and can get his health and status back to a decent level, Kurt wants the match.
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