Kurt Angle Names Real MVP Of IMPACT Wrestling When He Was There

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Kurt Angle spoke about who the real MVP of TNA/IMPACT Wrestling was when he worked there.

The WWE and TNA/IMPACT Wrestling Hall of Famer Kurt Angle had a great career working for both companies. While Angle’s seven-year run in WWE from late 1999 to 2006 was incredible, he actually spent a full decade in IMPACT from the summer of 2006 until he left in 2016.

As a TNA/IMPACT wrestler, Angle did it all in the company as six-time World Champion, two time Tag Team Champion, he was X-Division once and was inducted into the company’s Hall of Fame in 2013.

There are some fans that might call Angle the greatest TNA/IMPACT wrestler ever and perhaps few people would even argue that.

When it comes to being valuable in IMPACT Wrestling, some people might say Kurt Angle was the most valuable person that worked there. However, the Olympic Gold Medallist himself has another person in mind.

On the he latest episode of The Kurt Angle Show podcast, the Olympic Gold Medallist went with Jeremy Borash as TNA/Impact’s MVP.

“Oh, Jeremy was the MVP of the company, he really was. Not only did he interview guys and do all that stuff, but he did all the editing for the pay-per-view commercials and the storylines. Every week, he did all this stuff and turned it in. He was our he was our producer, director, everything. I mean he did it all, the whole ball of wax.”

Longtime wrestling fans will know of Jeremy Borash from when he started in WCW in the late 1990s into the final days of the company in 2001. Borash was one of TNA’s first hires in 2002 and worked there in a variety of roles (as Angle mentioned) until 2018. At that point, Borash started working for WWE in NXT and remains in the company to this day.

H/T Fightful