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Kurt Angle makes sensational claim about Charlotte Flair

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In a recent podcast, Kurt Angle, Olympic gold medalist and professional wrestling legend declared Charlotte Flair the world’s best wrestler.

Flair Returns to Television

Angle expressed his pleasure to see Flair back on WWE programming during this week’s episode of SmackDown, where she confronted Asuka, the WWE Women’s Champion’‹.

High Praise from Kurt Angle

On his podcast, The Kurt Angle Show, the host was asked about his favourite female wrestlers. Angle named Mercedes Moné as his favourite outside of WWE but held Charlotte Flair in the highest regard.

He stated, “I love Charlotte Flair. I think she’s the best of all time. I actually think she’s the best wrestler in the world overall, I really do.”’‹

Kurt Angle on Consistent Excellence in Performance

Angle praised Flair for her consistency in delivering five-star matches, more so than any other wrestler. He said, “I think Charlotte Flair has had more consistent five-star matches than any other person.

“She is really, really good”’‹. While he also complimented Sasha Banks and Mercedes, his admiration for Flair’s skills was unparalleled.

Upcoming Title Challenge

In the coming weeks, Flair is set to challenge Asuka for the WWE Women’s Championship on SmackDown on FOX’‹.

Given Angle’s praise, fans are eagerly awaiting the match, anticipating a thrilling performance from the wrestler he considers the best in the world.

With Angle’s illustrious career and deep knowledge of the sport, his endorsement carries significant weight. As Flair continues to impress in the ring, she seems to be living up to the high praise, further cementing her legacy in the wrestling world.

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