Kurt Angle vs. Kenny Omega? For some, that's the stuff of dreams.
While it's obviously highly unlikely that we'll ever get to see that match, Angle has revealed what it would take to get him out of retirement.
"If they paid me $10 million, I would do one more match. I'll wrestle Kenny for $10 million. I'll get my ass kicked."
Of course, these comments from Kurt were very much tongue-in-cheek, with him also detailing how there's no way his wife would let him compete in the ring again.
After a 21-year pro career - on the back of winning gold at the 1996 Olympic Games, of course - Kurt Angle's in-ring career was brought to a close at WrestleMania 35 in a losing effort against Baron Corbin.
Following that retirement, Angle took up a backstage role with WWE before being let go last year as part of the company's post-'Mania 36 "budget cuts". More recently, the WWE Hall of Famer has revealed how both AEW and IMPACT Wrestling have reached out to offer him deals - although he politely declined these offers.