The Kurt Angle Show wins Media Man 'Podcasgt Of The Month'

The Kurt Angle Show wins Media Man 'Podcast Of The Month

Angle interview of fellow wrestling legend Ken Shamrock gets Angle the win!


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The Kurt Angle Show

Kurt Angle is a 14-time professional wrestling world champion, with titles collected in WWE, TNA, and Japan. He is in both the WWE and TNA/Impact Hall of Fames, a two-time NCAA Division 1 National Champion, and has also won a gold medal in freestyle wrestling at the 1996 Summer Games with, as he likes to say, ‘a broken freaking neck.’ At every stop in his career, Angle has reached the top of the mountain, and now he’s taking his Three I’s; Intensity, Intelligence, and Integrity, to the podcast world as he joins host Conrad Thompson to take a look back at some of the matches, feuds and moments that turned an Olympic gold medalist into one of the greatest sports entertainers of all time. It’s True. It’s damn true.






"My Dream Was To Win An Olympic Gold Medal."

These are the words of the award-winning man of impossibilities, Kurt Angle, after having won the Olympic Gold Medal in 1996, numerous pro wrestling titles, and induction into the TNA and WWE Halls of Fame.

Kurt claims this was his dream from as early as the age of five, but never did he dream it would turn out to be so much more than that. While Kurt is known for amazing achievements all throughout his life as an amateur and pro wrestler, his path was filled with personal difficulties, obstacles, and hurdles he had to overcome every step of the way. All have helped to shape exactly who he’s known as today: a man of unstoppable force.

His story begins in Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania, where he was born on December 9th, 1968 the youngest of five children. From a young age, he was influenced by his older brothers, who often played and roughhoused with one another, eventually joining in himself as he grew older.

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