Kurt Angle has had quite an impressive wrestling career.
He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2017, after spending 10 years with the company between 1996 and 2006 and winning a number of titles.
He was a four-time WWF/WWE Champion, a one-time World Heavyweight Champion, one-time WCW Champion and the 2000 King of the Ring winner.
Before his career with WWE, Angle was also a World Wrestling Championships gold medal winner and an Olympic gold medal winner - finding success in freestyle wrestling events in 1995 and 1996.
After stints in TNA and New Japan Pro-Westling, Angle returned to WWE to be inducted into the Hall of Fame last year.
The night after Wrestlemania and two nights after his Hall of Fame honour, the 48-year-old made his first appearance on Raw for 11 years.
Vince McMahon announced Angle was to become the new General Manager of WWE's red brand, and he hasn't looked back since.
In his 10 months since returning, the wrestling legend has proved that he's still got it.
Angle teamed up with Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins, becoming a member of the Shield for one night only back in October.
The trio beat The Miz, Cesaro, Sheamus, Braun Strowman, and Kane in a 5 on 3 handicap TLC match.
And after making an appearance with the Hounds of Justice, Angle revealed that despite the faction's injury setbacks, they are part of Raw's future.
“The Shield has been dealing with a lot of setbacks and injuries. But they will unite again. Be patient,” he revealed, in a Facebook Live Q&A, per NoDQ.com.
Just a week after returning to WWE in-ring action for the first time in 11 years, Stephanie McMahon named Angle as Raw's team captain for a Survivor Series match against Smackdown Live.
After defeating Team Blue, Angle returned to more of a managerial role on TV and hasn't had a match since.
And when asked about his career as a GM so far, Angle offered a piece of advice to the current main event stars on the WWE roster.
"Don’t wrestle injured. Take your time, heal up, and THEN get back to it. I rushed back way too quickly in the past," he revealed.
"I know better now. I hope the others’ will see this post also and take my advice. They will have longer careers."
That's sound advice from the Hall of Famer and everyone on the roster would be smart to take it. Because if they don't, they could end up wrestling with a fractured neck, just like Angle did.
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