This week on Monday Night Raw, Kurt Angle announced that he would be having a farewell match at this year's WrestleMania, his last match in WWE before retirement.
Angle announced on Monday in his hometown of Pittsburgh that his final match will be at WrestleMania 35 later this year, before going on beat Apollo Crews in a match.
Now fans will be eagerly waiting to final out exactly which superstar The Olympic Hero will be facing in his final match in the WWE, but John Cena may have already dropped a subtle hint that it will be him.
On his Instagram account, the 16-time world champion posted a picture of a young Kurt just hours after Angle's announcement on Raw.
While he has posted no caption with his photo, many fans have put two and two together to come to the conclusion that it will be Cena that Angle will be facing in his last match in WWE at this year's Showcase of the Immortals.
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While some fans might be disappointed if this match happens since it's two veterans going against each other rather than Angle putting over a young star, it would produce a nice moment between two icons in the middle of the ring.
The Olympic Hero famously fought against The Leader of the Cenation in the latter's first match in the WWE on the main roster 17 years ago, so it would be cool to see Cena return the favour and be a part of Angle's last match in the company.
What is also interesting to note is that Raw next week takes place at the Allstate Arena in Chicago.
This is the same arena which played host to the first Angle vs Cena match during the latter's WWE main roster debut in 2002.
If Angle vs Cena does go ahead at WrestleMania 35, it will be the first time the two superstars have faced each other in the ring in a singles match since January 2006.
Things could very well come full circle between Angle and Cena very soon, and it would be an awesome moment at WrestleMania between these two if WWE decides to go in this direction and have The Olympic Hero face the 16-time world champion in his final match with the company.