Kurt Angle Wanted No Part In Vince McMahon's WWE Kiss My Ass Club

He had to listen to the boss, though

Founded following Survivor Series 2001, William Regal, Jim Ross, Shawn Michaels, Shane McMahon, Mick Foley and Hornswoggle all hold the distinguished honour of being members of Vince McMahon's exclusive Kiss My Ass Club, with their heads having been rammed into the WWE Chairman's rear end at some point in their careers. 

One WWE Hall Of Famer who wanted no involvement with the exclusive club, though, was Kurt Angle and he admitted he could "never get used to" the skit.

"It is. I could never get used to it. You know, Vince was like a big kid. He always wanted to do immature sh*t, and this is one of them. You know, Vince loved the Kiss My Ass Club. He did it all too frequently, probably way too much at this particular time. There was a lot of ass-kissing at this particular time. Vince absolutely loved it. He was one funny guy," Kurt Angle said on his AdFreeShows.com podcast.

While he may not have been a fan, Angle was involved with Jim Ross' ass-kissing and The Olympic Gold Medallist admitted he didn't want to be a part of the segment. 

"The whole time, I don't want to do this. I have way too much respect for JR; he doesn't deserve this. This is crap. I really did. I didn't feel comfortable at all doing it. I was divided about it, and I did let Vince McMahon know that. You know, Vince McMahon wanted to do this. This is what you have to do when you are a wrestler; you have to listen to your boss," he added.

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