This seems like a strange way to announce something like this:
It doesn’t come as a big surprise, though, considering Kurt Angle’s return to the company and the lack of big legends for WWE to work with now that they’ve used Ultimate Warrior, Sting, and Goldberg in recent years.
The latter two led to a brief run on television in the form of multiple matches, and this will undoubtedly further speculation that Angle will be donning the tights once more.
As he puts it:
"When it comes to United States, I want to retire in Impact Wrestling.
Either way, are you ready for three more years of El Patron on your television?
In an interview with ESPN promoting the upcoming Slammiversary pay-per-view (PPV), one he will main event in a match with Bobby Lashley, Alberto El Patron laid out his future plans: He’s going to retire in three years before working as an agent at Impact Wrestling.
On this week’s Rudo Radio, we welcome special guest David Roth of Vice Sports.
David is an old friend and coworker of both myself and co-host Nick Bond, and that’s how we know that, even though David doesn’t watch wrestling or actively pay attention to it, he’s still caught in the middle of it all.
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