Kurt Angle Recalls The Most Painful Bump Of His Career (VIDEO)

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Kurt Angle has shared a video of the most painful bump of his legendary career as a pro wrestler.

During his incredible run as one of the best pro wrestlers of all-time that saw him end up in the WWE and TNA/Impact Hall of Fame, Kurt Angle was known as a guy that could do it all. Whether he was a babyface or heel, serious or funny, Angle’s adaptability really made him stand out as one of the most skilled pro wrestlers there’s ever been.

The start of Kurt Angle’s career as a pro wrestler was in WWE from late 1999 at Survivor Series until he left the company in the summer of 2006. That led to Angle going to TNA Wrestling in 2006 as the biggest star in that company and he spent about ten years there. During the majority of his career in WWE and most of his TNA run, Angle was recognized as one of the best wrestlers of the world.

Angle got to work with all of the biggest stars in pro wrestling, especially during his WWE run when he faced the likes of The Rock, Steve Austin, The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Eddie Guerrero and many more major names.

One of Kurt’s WrestleMania opponents was Kane, who he faced at WrestleMania 18 in 2002. Kane, a fellow WWE Hall of Famer, was known as one of the strongest wrestlers in history. One of Kane’s signature moves was the Chokeslam, which always looked impressive even when he did it two men at the same time.

Kurt Angle shared a clip on Twitter talking about the worst bump of his career. It’s Angle taking a Chokeslam from Kane with referee Charles Robinson landing on top of Angle.

“My match against the big red machine…Kane. This is the worst bump I ever took in my career. Referee Charles Robinson landed right on top of me. I thought I was going to crap myself. Lol. #itstrue #wwemoments”