Although Kurt Angle is busy preparing for a huge WrestleMania 34 match this year, he still finds the time to head over to his official Facebook account and answer some questions from his fans.
Following on from his Hall of Fame induction last year, the current Monday Night RAW general manager finds himself in a marquee match one year later which could be one that fans are most intrigued by.
He’ll be competing alongside the debuting Ronda Rousey as they battle Triple H and Stephanie McMahon in a mixed tag team match. On-screen, Angle has also been instrumental in announcing some of the other big matches that will take place in New Orleans, such as The Miz defending his Intercontinental Championship against Seth Rollins and Finn Balor in a triple threat match.
Whenever WrestleMania comes around, the expectation is that numerous championships are going to change hands as this huge platform can help elevate stars to that next level.
So, when asked about exactly what’s going on with Braun Strowman, Angle answered that he sees a title run in his near future.
When asked about a Shield reunion along with Braun's future, Angle posted: "Shield will reunite. It’s inevitable. I don’t know when.
"Braun is doing just fine. I see a title run for him soon."
The Monster Among Men - at one stage - had several WrestleMania plans in the works, depending on how other stories and issues would be resolved. These included potentially replacing Roman Reigns in his Universal Championship clash against Brock Lesnar, while he was also speculated to only get involved in an angle and not a match.
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As we know now, Strowman will go up against Sheamus and Cesaro of The Bar after winning a number one contenders match for the RAW tag team championships. Although, it remains to be seen whether Vince McMahon gives him a partner or whether it will be a handicap match.
However it pans out, Angle’s comments suggest that Strowman could leave the Superdome on April 8 with his first title in WWE. Although it might not be the championship fans want him to have, it will certainly be a huge impact to make at WrestleMania.
Defeating a top team by himself will make him a dominant champion, especially if he’s holding both championships by himself. However, based on the incredible he has had, it wouldn’t be a huge surprise to see him finally get a huge singles run after WrestleMania 34.
He was speculated to face off against The Miz for the Intercontinental Championship, while he’s had a couple of Universal Championship matches too. When you combine those types of matches with the fact that he looks great and fans are invested in him, you have to assume that WWE trusts him enough to throw him into the main event picture again with a singles championship around his waist.
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