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WWE Profile - Kurt Angle

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Kurt Angle

  • D.O.B.: Dec. 9, 1968

  • Billed from: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

  • Billed height: 6-foot

  • Billed weight: 220 pounds

  • Signature moves: Ankle Lock, Angle Slam

  • Catchphrase: "It's true. It's damn true."

  • Nickname: "American Hero"; "Wrestling Machine; "Olympic gold medalist"

  • WWE main roster debut: Nov. 14, 1999 (Survivor Series)

WWE Accolades

  • Six-time WWE world champion; first win on Oct 22, 2000 (No Mercy)

  • One-time WWE Intercontinental champion; won on Feb. 27, 2000 (No Way Out)

  • One-time WWE United States champion; won on Oct. 22, 2001 (Monday Night Raw)

  • One-time WWE European champion; won on Feb. 8, 2000 (SmackDown)

  • One-time WWE Hardcore champion; won on Sept. 10, 2001 (Monday Night Raw)

  • One-time WWE tag team champion; won on Oct. 20, 2002 (No Mercy)

  • 2000 King of the Ring winner

  • WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2017

  • Current general manager of Monday Night Raw

Other Accolades/Notes

  • Former SmackDown general manager (2004)

  • Named wrestler of the decade (2000-2009) by the Wrestling Observer

  • Named wrestler of the year in 2002 by the Wrestling Observer

  • Only Olympic gold medalist in WWE history (won gold in Atlanta in 1996)

  • Six-time TNA (Impact Wrestling) heavyweight champion

  • Two-time TNA (Impact Wrestling) tag team champion (with Sting and AJ Styles)

  • One-time TNA X-Division champion