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After many years away from the company, Kurt Angle finally made his return to WWE in 2017, and he’s now a WWE Hall of Famer.

When Kurt Angle returned to WWE, he had to make things right with Vince McMahon, but he recently told Al Arabiya English that they’ve both moved on.

“We had a terrible parting. A lot of it was my fault, but we didn’t speak for a long time. Coming back was—we both wanted it, but the timing wasn’t right until it happened when it did. Vince was always a father figure to me, so I always look to him as a father. He never stopped being that. When I came back, he hugged me, said welcome back, you’re part of the family, and let’s forget what happened. We had a horrible day on the day that I got released—the day I asked for my release. It was a horrible day. Vince and I didn’t talk after that. It’s nice to have mended up, to have realized that we’re both bigger than that. We can move on. Vince has always been good to me, and he continues to be that to this day.”

Kurt Angle also teased future plans for his WWE career, and teased possibly working as a heel manager in the future.

I don’t know—I haven’t given it much thought as far as being a producer, an agent, and that sort of stuff. I’m not there yet. I don’t know. When I talk to you about being a manager, that’s also wrestling part time. Managing wrestlers, and using those wrestlers to put in front of me to keep the wrestler away from me until it’s the right time for the main event for me and that wrestler, you understand? I would manage wrestlers to have them do my dirty work. That’s where I’m at right now. I’m not quite where I want to hang it up and never wrestle again.”

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