While it initially appeared that he was going to postpone the knee surgery a couple of more months, there are reports surfacing that Kurt Angle has decided to do it next week. It is being said that he will need a month off, which puts his spot at TNA Lockdown 2014 in jeopardy.
In a bit of news that will be troublesome to fans who are concerned with his health, Kurt Angle has postponed surgery on his knees. He was initially supposed to go under the knife in January, but pushed that back to work the European tour with TNA, and there's talks that he might postpost it even further than that.
There are those that believe that Kurt Angle desperately needs to take some time off. Reports are suggesting that he needs to have knee surgery very soon. There may be some truth to that, as Angle is currently not advertised to appear at the upcoming TNA Lockdown pay per view.
Kurt Angle might follow in the footsteps of Chris Jericho soon, as the TNA star is now a candidate to appear on an upcoming season of Dancing With The Stars. His wife revealed that fact through Twitter and is currently trying to ramp up some support from his fans, so that it will happen.
Rumors about Kurt Angle being in bad shape have popped up over the internet recently, so the former Olympic gold medalist has decided to clarify things through Twitter. He revealed that the knee surgery is a simple one and that he is not in bad shape.
TNA taped the hall of fame induction ceremony for Kurt Angle at Impact Wrestling today. After delivering an emotional speech, Ethan Carter interrupted the segment, which led to a match between the two at TNA Lockdown being announced.
"We even have to take briefings on how to tweet and what's the most effective way to tweet. I just never thought it would get to the point where we have meetings on the technique of tweeting. Times are changing. We're getting more pressure from the networks we're on. We just had a meeting with Spike TV and their representatives on who to tweet, how to tweet, when you should re-tweet. They want us to talk about things that are storyline-driven in character."
- Kurt Angle reveals that Spike is teaching TNA stars how to use Twitter
"I would say the best person - because it was the best match-up - would be Samoa Joe. Usually you pick people that are retired and been out of the business for a while. Not for me - it's the guys that made you. Joe was a big part of that, so I would love it to be Joe but I don't know who it's going to be yet."
- Kurt Angle on who he wants to induct him into the TNA hall of fame