Kurt Angle Bashes WWE Stars For Using His Moves At WrestleMania 27

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TNA Wrestling performer Kurt Angle, a former WWE Champion, posted numerous messages on his Twitter account during WrestleMania XXVII criticizing Randy Orton, Jack Swagger, Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler for using his trademark finishing maneuvers during their respective matches.

To WWE wrestlers, Don’t use my Finish. Get more Creative. Hmmmm- Orton. Did I say that,” he said initially. Then, he added, “I heard Orton had an Awesome match though. Ur welcome. Lol.” As the show progressed, he continued to add more tweets on the popular social media website: “I guess Swagger will use my Ankle Lock as well.Very creative. I’m the Best in the World. You Guys will never be Kurt Angle.can I get an AMEN,” “Kurt Angle will never die. TNA. WWE. I’m a leader. Not follower.

Why would WWE use my finishes? Is it because I won’t go back? R Orton- Angle Slam. M Cole- Ankle Lock? They have some nerve,” he added. He concluded with, “Jerry Lawlor did it too. But He is a Legend. WWE really stuck it to Me.No Love lost. I’m glad that I helped Your biggest Event of the Year:)

5 Responses to “Kurt Angle Bashes WWE Stars For Using His Moves At WrestleMania 27”

  1. IEddaddy says:

    That’s why orton was talkIng about the ankle lock was originally Ken shamrock’s. Anyways Kurt angle is just talking trash to get some kind of credit.

  2. Shane says:

    Posting on twitter like a 13-year-old girl whose ex-boyfriend is dating someone else now. Grow up.

  3. ripiceman says:

    Does Kurt Angle know that he stole the Ankle lock from Ken Shamrock? And the Angle slam is just a standup, slightly varied glorified version of a firemans carry…

    The Angle Slam shouldn’t even be a finisher… its pretty lame. The Ankle lock is a legit finisher but Angle is far from the first to use it.

  4. Jimmy says:

    Pretty sure Ken Shamrock was finishing matches with that hold years before Angle appeared in the WWF/E.
    “My finisher”…..? Come on…

  5. Ace gurronto says:

    Tell it like it is Kurt, TNA all the way. WWE has become a sunken ship anyhow today.

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