5 Things We Learned From Kurt Angle On WWE Network's "Bring It To The Table" Interview

The Olympic gold medalist speaks out for the first time since returning to WWE.


Bring It To The Table, the talkshow format similar to ESPN's Pardon The Interruption hosted by radio personality Peter Rosenberg, returned to the WWE Network for a second time on Monday night immediately following Raw.

This time around Corey Graves replaced Paul Heyman alongside JBL, and the three men threw out opinions on the hottest wrestling topics in a rapid-fire format that's a mixture of reality and kayfabe.

The show is a fun addition to the WWE Network's original lineup, but the real highlight of this episode that had people tuning in was Kurt Angle's first official WWE interview or appearance in eleven years.

Corey Graves had the honor of sitting down with the Olympic gold medalist and former WWE world champion, and the man many consider to be among a handful of the greatest in-ring workers of all-time to discuss a variety of subjects such as the reason behind his departure from WWE, his reunion with Vince McMahon and his plans for the future.

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