|By Christian Miller | March 02, 2013 | Comments|
Source: CBS PittsburghRecently, Kurt Angle sat down with John Phillips on 93.7 The Fan in Pittsburgh to talk about the wrestling's recent drop from the 2020 Olympics, and his wrestling career. Here are some highlights from the interview:
When he will retire from wrestling: "Well, I got another year and a half left with TNA on my contract um, I do plan on going probably uh two to three years, and I'm done. Um, I will retire and ya know, when I'm retired that means I'm done. That doesn't mean I'm going to retire and come back. It means I'm finished with it for good."
His post wrestling plans: "I like pro wrestling. I know that TNA wants me to stay involved even after I'm done and retired, we'll see what happens there. But, I'm definitely going to get back to amateur wrestling."
You can check out the full interview here.
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