WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle has had one hell of a pro wrestling career, and he’s competed in almost every type of match he’s had in WWE, but the Olympic gold medalist hasn’t had as many knocks as he’s had in his pro wrestling career. From a gimmick match as it came from a singles match, which he talked about on his Twitter.
Kurt Angle faced fellow WWE Hall of Famer Kane in singles action on the January 2002 episode of WWE RAW and, according to the Olympic gold medalist, suffered the worst blow of his career when referee Charles Robinson climbed on top of him.
You can watch Kurt Angle’s tweet below:
My match against the big red machine… why. This is the worst injury of my career. Referee Charles Robinson went down on me. I thought I was going crazy. Ha ha ha ha. # It’s true #wwemoments pic.twitter.com/7QZrGsMTJd
— Kurt Angle (@RealKurtAngle) January 15, 2023