WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle spoke of how Vince McMahon told him to slow down early in his career. Angle revealed that the likes of The Undertaker, The Rock, Stone Cold, Steve Austin, and Triple H also offered him this advice, as Kurt Angle switched to professional wrestling in 1998 and almost instantly adapted to his new environment. Seen as one of the best in-ring actors to advance in the WWE ring, using his amateur wrestling background to wow audiences, Angel was a guest on the Pat McAfee Show, where he talked about many things, including the advice he got from Vince McMahon. “Vince McMahon talked to me about it, and he told me I need to slow down at home shows, on televised shows. Kind of pour it out for pay-per-view TVs but try to take it easy. I don’t have anything – I can’t do anything with half the rating, so Everything should be 120 percent intense. This is the way I am, and even Undertaker and Stone Cold Steve Austin and Rock, Triple H, told me, “You need to slow down” and I just, couldn’t. I couldn’t do it. I had to. Continuing to be intense and technical. I wanted to be the best wrestler, including professional wrestler on the planet. ”(H / T Post Wrestling) Kurt Angle since his launch in WWE in 2020 Matt Riddle and Kurt Angle after the end of his career in the ring, Kurt Angle became a behind-the-scenes producer in WWE in 2019. However, just one year after his new role he was released by the company due to WWE cutting its budget due to the pandemic, and he has appeared on WWE TV twice after its release, both of which include Riddle. Angle currently has a new podcast called The Kurt Angle Show. Posted February 13, 2021, 12:11 Indochina Time.