Kurt Angle on The Undertaker Selling an Injury: “What He Does is Unbelievable”

Published 12/27/2021, 9:30 AM EST


Kurt Angle and The Undertaker are two of the greatest superstars of the pro wrestling world. The two WWE legends met inside the squared circle on many occasions and all they share is nothing but respect for one another.

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In a recent episode of The Kurt Angle Show, Kurt Angle and Paul Bromwell were discussing a main event match involving The Undertaker, The Rock, and Rikishi. The WWE Hall of Famer was asked that if ‘The Phenom’ was truly hurting at that point.

In reply, Kurt said, “Listen, if Taker was selling horribly, he was hurting.” Further, he mentioned The Undertaker is one of the best sellers in the business.

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The WWE legend said, “Because Taker is one of the best sellers in the business, if not the best. What he does in that ring is unbelievable.”

“And if you want to learn how to sell, watch The Undertaker because he sells every move, every punch and every kick. That is what is so great about The Undertaker. So I was really surprised to hear this,” Kurt added.

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Kurt Angle talked about facing The Undertaker for the first time

In the SummerSlam 2000 episode of The Kurt Angle show, the Olympic Gold medalist revealed how his first match against The Undertaker helped him. Kurt revealed it benefited not only him but also benefited ‘The Phenom’.

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The WWE Hall of Famer revealed it was an elevation match for him and an enhancement match for The Undertaker. Kurt claimed it was the first time when he wrestled a main event wrestler in a pay-per-view.

The match ended in just less than eight minutes and The Undertaker defeated Kurt Angle on that day. According to Kurt, ‘The Phenom’ would call everything up until the comeback and finish. He talked about how the same equation always worked for ‘The Phenom’.

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The Undertaker is truly one of a kind and is regarded by many as one of the greatest wrestlers ever to step inside the squared circle. The Undertaker officially retired from pro wrestling in 2020 and bid an emotional farewell to the WWE Universe at the 2020 Survivor Series PPV.

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Shouvik Nath

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Shouvik Nath is a WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports. Having completed his graduation from St.Xavier’s College, Shouvik wished to follow his passion for pro wrestling.

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