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WWE News: Kurt Angle Says He Might Retire in WWE

31 Jul 1996: Kurt Angle of the United States holds the American flag at the free-style wrestling competition during the Summer Olympics at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Leonardo SplinterSenior Writer IJuly 2, 2012

On Sunday night, former WWE superstar and current TNA superstar Kurt Angle wrote the following on Twitter:

@RealKurtAngle: I Love Both Tna and Wwe! I Will Make My Retirement Decision Next Year. Tna or Wwe. Hmmmm

@RealKurtAngle: I Know Everyone Wants Me to Go Back to Wwe. Not Yet. My Job Is to Build Tna. Once they Are Built, I May Retire In Wwe. Maybe. Tna is 1st tho

You've got to love Twitter. If Chuck E. Cheese's is "where a kid can be a kid," Twitter is where wrestlers can be honest and break kayfabe.

Was he drinking when he wrote those tweets? Was his account hacked? Does he mean what he wrote?

Personally, I hope Angle was sober and honest when he wrote the tweets.

Angle is undoubtedly one of the most skilled wrestlers of all time, and I would love to see him return to the No. 1 wrestling promotion in the world, the WWE. I'd love to see him go one-on-one with guys like CM Punk, Daniel Bryan or Tyson Kidd.

What about you? What do you think of Angle's tweets and the idea of Angle retiring in WWE?

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