Kurt Angle

Kurt Angle Talks About Sting Not Playing The Political Game Behind-The-Scenes In IMPACT Wrestling

Kurt Angle recently spoke about some old IMPACT Wrestling stories during a recent installment of his official podcast, The Kurt Angle Show.

During the episode, the WWE and IMPACT Wrestling Hall of Fame legend spoke about whether or not it was true that when Sting arrived to the building for the Genesis pay-per-view in 2006, he didn’t know that Angle was being added to his match against Jeff Jarrett for the NWA Championship.

Featured below is an excerpt from the show where he touches on this topic.

“Yes. Sting did his own thing. He didn’t want to be bothered when he was at home. I believe that he always found out what he was doing when he got to the building. I’m not surprised that Sting didn’t know that I was going to be part of that PPV match. That’s how Sting is. Sting is not political by any means. He’s not going to push for himself to be the champion. He’s a good guy, and he’s very fair about wanting to be part of the company.

“He’s not asking to be the guy in the company. He just wants to contribute. That’s what I love about Sting. He has a great attitude and he always did. I’ve never been told that Sting did anything political or try to push himself above everybody else. I was always told that he kept his mouth shut and did what he was told. That’s what I love about Sting.”

Check out the complete episode of the show at Apple.com. H/T to WrestlingNews.co for transcribing the above quotes.


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