Kurt Angle makes brutal admission about Undertaker’s ‘Last Ride’ move

WWE legend Kurt Angle has revealed the shocking nature of what it’s like to feel the wrath of The Undertaker.

In his prime, ‘The Deadman’ was one of the most intimidating people on Earth. His music alone was enough to strike fear into the heart of any man who dared take him on. The Death Valley native utilised his terrifying aura and remarkable striking prowess to create one of the most formidable legacies of all time.

Throughout his astounding tenure in the WWE, he created some of the most unbelievable moments in the company’s history.

Who can forget his infamous Hell in a Cell contest with Mankind? The pair found themselves on top of the monstrous steel cage, with Mankind beating ‘The Phenom’ to the floor with a chair.

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But Undertaker then launched his opponent off the cell roof. The crowd – and commentators Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler – recoiled in horror as Mankind fell 20 feet before plummeting straight through a table.

That isn’t the only time The Undertaker has shown off his brutal nature. He once nearly cut an unconscious ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin open during a horrifying backstage segment, before Kane came to the rescue.

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We can’t even imagine what it’s like to take a beating from the frightening athlete, but luckily a fellow WWE legend has revealed the truth.

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Kurt Angle breaks down the horrifying nature of competing against The Undertaker

During the latest edition of The Kurt Angle Show, the former Olympic gold medalist recalled his epic collision with The Undertaker at No Way Out 2006. Angle somehow won the match after pinning his opponent whilst firmly locked in ‘Hell’s Gate’.

Unfortunately for Angle, however, he took plenty of damage throughout the match. He also felt the wrath of a move made famous during his opponent’s run as ‘The American Badass’.

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Giving a graphic explanation of how the move felt, he admitted (quotes via Wrestling Inc): “The most painful move is without a doubt ‘The Last Ride’. You want to make sure you don’t have to go to the bathroom when you take it. It will knock the s**t out of you, the air out of you, the p**s, everything.

“You’ll go to the bathroom in your pants with that move alone. Empty everything before.”

So what can fans take away from Angle’s words of wisdom? If you ever find yourself in a situation where you have to go toe-to-toe with The Undertaker, make sure you go to the toilet first.

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