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Kurt Angle Reveals Why Carlito’s WWE Career Fizzled Out

Kurt Angle and Rey Mysterio (Via WWE/Twitter)

WWE fans may recall Carlito’s impressive run in the company, where he won various championships and had a few notable matches. However, his time in the WWE was ultimately characterized by his poor performance and lackluster reigns. During his latest podcast, Kurt Angle, the Hall of Famer, delved into his insight on Carlito’s poor run in the WWE, offering a candid assessment of the star’s career trajectory.

According to Angle, Carlito’s failure to progress was largely due to his reluctance to speak up and fight for himself. Despite having immense talent, Carlito never had meetings with Vince McMahon, the WWE’s legendary owner, to discuss his career goals and aspirations. This lack of communication led to Carlito becoming “invisible,” as Angle put it, and ultimately, his career stagnated.

Angle emphasized that in order to succeed in the WWE, one must be willing to advocate for themselves and push for opportunities. Carlito, on the other hand, remained quiet and failed to assert himself, allowing others to take center stage. Angle believed that if Carlito had spoken up and voiced his concerns, he may have had a more prominent role in the company.

Kurt Angle (Via WWE/Twitter)

Carlito’s tenure in the WWE began in 2003, when he debuted on the main roster and quickly won the United States Championship by defeating John Cena. During his time with the company, he won multiple titles, including the Intercontinental Championship, the WWE Tag Team Championship, and the World Tag Team Title. However, his run was marked by a series of underwhelming performances, and he was eventually released in 2010.

Despite his prior struggles, Carlito has recently signed a contract with WWE, leaving fans wondering what the future holds for the star. While Angle’s comments may be a bit harsh, they offer a Look into the complexity of Carlito’s career and the importance of self-advocacy in the WWE.

In the end, Angle’s words serve as a reminder that in order to succeed in any industry, one must be willing to take risks, speak up, and fight for themselves. Carlito’s failure to do so resulted in his poor run in the WWE, and only time will tell if he will learn from his mistakes and make a comeback.

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