Kurt Angle, a seasoned wrestler, talks about his real-life altercation with Brock Lesnar. According to Kurt Angle, Brock Lesnar began talking bad things about Kurt as soon as he entered the wrestling industry, Beast told somebody that “he could whip my butt.”
According to legend, Kurt’s heart was set on fire by Brock Lesnar’s remark. Knowing this statement from Brock infuriated Kurt Angle, who then moved in Brock Lesnar’s direction. According to Kurt, when he questioned Brock Lesnar about the claim he made, Lesnar laughed and replied, Yes, he can do it. Kurt Angle was quite irritated at this particular time.
Kurt Angle immediately responded, saying that if Brock Lesnar truly believed that he could do it, then he and Brock could enter the ring. Because Angle needed to establish himself quickly, he asked Brock Lesnar to take on Barefoot. Unfortunately, Brock Lesnar steadfastly refused to comply. Brock Lesnar’s behavior severely irritated Kurt Angle.
According to Kurt Angle, a few weeks later, Brock Lesnar and Big Show had a match. Brock Lesnar and Big Show started fighting seriously in the ring. Angle was in a state of astonishment when he saw Brock Lesnar hoist up the 525-pound Big Show.
For Kurt Angle, seeing Brock Lesnar lifting Big Show was quite unexpected. After seeing this, Kurt Angle reflected, “I might not be able to beat this guy.” Kurt believed this since Brock moved with great speed and strength.
Kurt Angle claims that he initially believed The Beast Incarnate was not human during his match against Big Show. Angle recalls that Big Show was facing Kurt Angle, and Brock had his back on him during this particular match.
Kurt Angle directs Big Show to leave the ring. Kurt then approaches Brock Lesnar, taps him on the shoulder, and tells him it is time to go. Unexpectedly, Brock Lesnar agreed to fight Kurt Angle, and they engaged in a 15-minute battle.
Kurt Angle claims to have taken down Lesnar twice, but Beast Incarnate was unable to do so. Although there was no winner or loser in this fight, Kurt felt proud of himself for taking down 310 pounds when he only weighed 215 pounds.
While recalling his memories of engagement with The Beast, American Hero expressed his admiration for Brock Lesnar, saying he had never seen a better athlete than Lesnar. Kurt maintains that I have always stated that there is no one as strong, quick, and durable as Brock Lesnar.
Brock is simply amazing. Additionally, Kurt claims that Brock is quick to recover from training and that he only needed approximately six months to prepare for the UFC Championship. It is inconceivable that someone could pull it off, but Brock Lesnar managed to. Brock is incredible, according to Kurt Angle, and it’s very difficult to find a wrestler of his caliber.