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Kurt Angle shares what he feels he can teach younger WWE stars

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The days of WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle being an in-ring performer are over, but now, he looks forward to helping the younger talents improve.

Angle took part in a Q&A session on his Facebook page and during it, he talked about his future with the WWE, which is to be an agent on the main roster to talents on the Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live rosters.

Angle was asked about his excitement level over his new deal, which is when he responded by writing, “Yes (I'm excited). I feel I can really help the younger talent by helping them with their matches and characters."

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Also, Angle was asked about a promising talent on 205 Live. This is when Angle wrote, "I really like Drew Gulak. He’s a great performer and very entertaining when he gets the opportunity to be. He isn’t afraid to make an ass out of himself...LOL."

Angle ended up losing to Baron Corbin at the WrestleMania 35 pay-per-view event in East Rutherford, NJ at MetLife Stadium. This marked his retirement match.