WWE News: Who Did Kurt Angle Pick to Steal the Show This Sunday?

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WWE News: Who Did Kurt Angle Pick to Steal the Show This Sunday?

Before making his way to TNA in 2006, Kurt Angle had some great WrestleMania moments of his own during his eight years with his former employer, most notably his WWE Championship match against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XIX in Seattle.

In a recent article on the Atlantic’s website, the former four-time WWE Champion made his opinion known on who will walk out of Sun Life Stadium the victor after the Hell in a Cell match between Triple H and the Undertaker this Sunday.

From WrestlingInc.com:

"You're talking about the two best in the business as far as psychology and storytelling," said Angle. "It could very well be the match of WrestleMania. Everyone is looking at Rock and Cena, and that's going to be an awesome match. But Undertaker and Triple H will steal the show."

Even though I disagree with Angle’s pick for the winner of the match, I do agree with his statement that the Game and the Phenom are arguably the two best superstars ever with their storytelling ability over their careers. 

While most would select the Rock and John Cena to be the best match of the night, the Hell in a Cell match will, without a doubt, be the show stealer this Sunday, as the two final members of the Attitude era go at it inside Hell in a Cell.

With the possibility that this could be the final match for the Dead Man, the only thing that I want to see in the match, which will surely be brutal, as both are used to the surroundings, is for the Undertaker to extend his undefeated streak to 20-0.

So Bleachers, do you agree with the former Olympic gold medalist that Triple H and the Undertaker inside Hell in a Cell will be the show stealer this Sunday night at WrestleMania?

 

Chris Humphrey is a WWE Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. Become his fan on Facebook or follow him on Twitter @_CBH_.

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