Reflections with Kurt Angle
Kurt doesn't hold back as we reflect upon his early years and what it took mentally to compete and train in the amateur ranks when you often only had yourself to rely on. We go in depth into the Murder of Dave Shultz by the eccentric millionaire John DuPont and get a first hand account of what Kurt witnessed at the fox catcher facility. Kurt gives an interesting perspective on the sport of amateur wrestling and describes his thought process on a possible transition to the pro ranks. Kurt discusses how he "never wanted to lose" in the world of sports entertainment and how it took him time to completely understand the business. He reveals how certain competitors didn't want to step in the ring with him, how wrestlers were intimidated by him, and how he would not want to leave the ring until he was completely exhausted. He talks of his early relationship with Vince McMahon, the ups and downs, and what would eventually lead to his ugly departure from World Wrestling Entertainment. He stops along the way to discuss memorable feuds, classic matches, and how he felt it was a demotion to go to ECW. He goes in depth into what lead to his move to TNA and how he feels about that move today. He is candid on his past discretions and talks openly about his mistakes. In an interesting moment Kurt is asked point blank who he thinks is the greatest professional wrestler of all time and his answer may surprise you. In fact he said he has never said that answer before anywhere.