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Dolph Ziggler def. Kurt Angle (WWE World Cup First-Round Match)

Dolph Ziggler def. Kurt Angle (WWE World Cup First-Round Match)

Two of the greatest amateur wrestlers in WWE history collided at WWE Crown Jewel in a technical wrestling dream match. And although Kurt Angle took Dolph Ziggler to the limit, The Showoff advanced to the Semifinals of the WWE World Cup Tournament to determine the best in the world.

Kurt Angle leaves Dolph Ziggler reeling: WWE Crown Jewel 2018 (WWE Network Exclusive)

WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle punishes The Showoff with a series of bone-jarring suplexes: Courtesy of WWE Network.

An Olympic Gold Medalist, Grand Slam Champion and WWE Hall of Famer, Angle went into the Tournament determined to show his critics that he hasn’t lost any luster with age, and to his credit, The Olympic Hero proved that he could still hang with one of the most athletic Superstars in recent history.

After hitting Ziggler with multiple German Suplexes and an Angle Slam, the red-white-and-blue veteran soon applied the Ankle Lock, nearly making the six-time Intercontinental Champion submit. Hobbled by the iconic submission hold, Ziggler nevertheless dodged a charge from Angle, sending the veteran into the ring post. Dazed, Angle was then susceptible to a picture-perfect Zig Zag and a pinfall.

With the hulking Drew McIntyre in his corner, the limping-but-determined Ziggler will compete in a Semifinal clash with The Kingslayer himself, Seth Rollins.

Two of the greatest amateur wrestlers in WWE history collided at WWE Crown Jewel in a technical wrestling dream match. And although Kurt Angle took Dolph Ziggler to the limit, The Showoff advanced to the Semifinals of the WWE World Cup Tournament to determine the best in the world.

Kurt Angle leaves Dolph Ziggler reeling: WWE Crown Jewel 2018 (WWE Network Exclusive)

WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle punishes The Showoff with a series of bone-jarring suplexes: Courtesy of WWE Network.

An Olympic Gold Medalist, Grand Slam Champion and WWE Hall of Famer, Angle went into the Tournament determined to show his critics that he hasn’t lost any luster with age, and to his credit, The Olympic Hero proved that he could still hang with one of the most athletic Superstars in recent history.

After hitting Ziggler with multiple German Suplexes and an Angle Slam, the red-white-and-blue veteran soon applied the Ankle Lock, nearly making the six-time Intercontinental Champion submit. Hobbled by the iconic submission hold, Ziggler nevertheless dodged a charge from Angle, sending the veteran into the ring post. Dazed, Angle was then susceptible to a picture-perfect Zig Zag and a pinfall.

With the hulking Drew McIntyre in his corner, the limping-but-determined Ziggler will compete in a Semifinal clash with The Kingslayer himself, Seth Rollins.