Earlier this month, we wrote about Kurt Angle’s new WWE contract that will keep him with the company in a backstage role.
Angle talked about his new role shortly before his retirement match at WrestleMania 35. He said, “I signed a contract to help the younger talent behind the scenes. I will be on the road with the guys that make it up here. I’ll probably be an on-camera talent like a manager or maybe a general manager again. I’m sure they will want to utilize me on camera.”
During an interview on the Wrestling Inc. podcast, Angle gave some more details on the length of his contract and his new role.
He said that he will be a producer and he will be doing some part-time work in front of the cameras. The deal will keep him in WWE for at least five more years. “I’m going to do some part-time – if they need me in front of the TV, maybe managerial, where I would be managing some wrestlers,” Angle said.
He also made it clear that he does not plan on wrestling again and his retirement is legit.
Listen to the interview with Angle by clicking below: