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Kurt Angle AgentLegendary wrestler, actor and WWE Superstar Kurt Angle has been announced to be a part of the lineup for the National Wrestling Hall of Fame event that is happening between July 9-12 in Waterloo, Iowa. There will be a limited number of all access passes for sale at $100 apiece, but will also include food, drink, and eligibility to attend the unveiling of Rob Schamberger artwork and the Jim Ross audio tour which will happen on July 9. The following day there will also be another series of exciting events, including the ring presentation by Angle, that will take place in the George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame. This will be followed by one more day of functions that include a trivia game, autograph signing, and of course the induction ceremony for this year’s recipients.

The Pennsylvania wrestling native is the current TNA World Heavyweight Champion for the 6th time, but he started out as an amateur athlete during his college days at the Clarion University of Pennsylvania. Since 1995 he has been active and accomplished so many things, including several division wins and even a gold medal in the 1996 Olympic games. He took a break from the sport in 2012 due to a knee injury, but came back full force in January of 2015 to claim his reign. Angle has also dabbled with acting and has been in a few features such as Sharknado 2: The Second One and the 2014 comedy film, Not Cool.

The wrestling champion will be attending the National Wrestling Hall of Fame event later this summer in July, and he will be putting on a ring presentation for ticket holders. It will be a fun and energetic scene, so if you happen to be in the Waterloo area that weekend it is something to consider going to.

If your company is interested in finding out availability and booking fees for a professional wrestler like Kurt Angle or other sports celebrities for a Commencement Ceremony, Keynote Speech, Guest Appearance, or Autograph Signing, call us at 1-888-246-7141.

Watch Kurt Angle Speaking about his Olympic Career and years in the WWE: