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Kurt Angle to face AJ Styles in last SmackDown match
Last Updated: 27/03/19 6:19am
Kurt Angle will have his final match on WWE SmackDown tonight - with AJ Styles his opponent.
Angle was once one of Team Blue's most prominent superstars, enjoying superb feuds against competitors such as Rey Mysterio and John Cena and even having a spell as the show's general manager.
He is currently in the midst of a farewell tour which will conclude with a WrestleMania match against his most recent adversary, Baron Corbin.
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The final SmackDown-shaped stop on that tour comes against Styles, with whom he had a fierce rivalry during their time together in TNA between Angle's two WWE spells.
It comes just 24 hours after he wrapped up a similar rivalry - with Samoa Joe - with a somewhat fortunate win on Raw against one of his former sparring partners.
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