Kurt Angle Reveals Impromptu Instructions Given by Vince McMahon During His WWE Debut at Survivor Series

Published 10/04/2021, 9:15 AM EDT


Kurt Angle was one of the most popular superstars during his time in WWE. Not only did he awe fans with his skills and power, but he was also a part of some of the best matches in WWE history. One such match was an Iron Man match with Shawn Michaels back in 2005.

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While Angle was well known for his wrestling skills, he surprised many with his mic skills. Angle has had many iconic moments in the WWE and not all were based on his wrestling ability.

In the 35th episode of The Kurt Angle Show, Kurt talked about what Vince McMahon once said to him during a match and how it helped make that moment became memorable.

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Kurt revealed that during his debut at Survivor Series 1999, Vince McMahon told him to go outside the ring.

He said, “When I debuted at Survivor Series 1999, you know Vince[McMahon] is the one that told me to go outside the ring during the match.”


” [Vince McMahon] Told the ref tell Kurt to go outside the ring, grab the microphone and say ‘you do not boo an Olympic gold medalist,'” he added.

Kurt later claimed that it does not happen always, but only once in a while. But he was very nervous when Vince told him to go outside the ring on his debut at Survivor Series 1999.

Kurt Angle talks about sharing the ring with The Undertaker

Kurt Angle has faced WWE Legend The Undertaker multiple times. The two of the greatest wrestlers in WWE had come face to face for the first time back in 2000. Last month, Kurt Angle had revealed how it was to wrestle The Undertaker for the first time during the ‘SummerSlam 2000’ episode of the Kurt Angle Show.

Watch This Story: The Undertaker, John Cena and More: WWE Superstars Who Defeated Brock Lesnar With Iconic Finishers

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The match ended in just 8 minutes with ‘The Phenom’ predictably winning. However, Kurt still considers himself lucky to wrestle The Undertaker as the latter was a main-event wrestler.

Kurt claimed that match to be an elevation match for him and it helped him in his career.

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The Undertaker is one of the biggest names to ever be a part of the WWE. Therefore, Angle, like many others, believed that competing with ‘The Phenom’ was always a pleasure. The two WWE Legends have produced some of the greatest moments in WWE history. Indeed, it was a pleasure to watch them wrestle.

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Shouvik Nath

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

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