WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle recently took to his The Kurt Angle Show podcast, where he discussed the challenges for competing against fellow WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan at the 2002 WWE King Of The Ring Event because The Immortal was already in his late 50s and he wasn’t quite the same, but he was still pretty good and he could still go.
Kurt Angle said:
“You know what, I will tell you this. Hogan when I wrestled him, he was fairly limited. He was in his mid, late 50s and he wasn’t quite the same, but he was still pretty good. I mean, he could still go, and he never complained when I hit him with German suplexes. Of course, I didn’t do as many Germans on Hogan as I would with Chris Benoit, or Rey Mysterio. But you know, Hogan was pretty cool about that.”
You can check out WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle’s full comments at this link. H/T to Inside The Ropes for transcribing the above quotes.