In regards to the titles he's won over the years, the multi-time champ said he hadn't kept any, but wishes he kept some items for his kids.
"Unfortunately, I didn't save any," Angle admitted. "I gave them either to charity or to Hall of Fames to display for fans. My wife disagrees with me, but I've never kept a shrine of my accomplishments because I don't need a title to remind me of how good I was. Although, I wish I kept some of the apparel that I gave away, for my kids."
"I'm really starting to like Aleister Black and Ricochet, but not as a tag team," Angle responded. "They're good together, but I think they will shine more as singles wrestlers. There are talents that have yet to be usedólike Apollo, Gable, and Roode. It's a good time to watch new stars come out of the woodwork."
At WrestleMania 35, Angle lost his retirement match to Baron Corbin, but Angle noted in his Q&A that there are two possible roles he could move to down the line: trainer or manager.
"I would like to teach the sports entertainers anything that I can to help them improve," Angle wrote. "It will be fun and challenging. I may end up with a managerial role on TV down the line. It would be fun managing the talent."