Once WrestleMania XXVII was over, Kurt Angle took to Twitter and complained that some wrestlers had stolen his moves.
That's pretty much what Randy Orton thought as he responded by claiming that wrestling moves are passed on from wrestler-to-wrestler and generation-to-generation.
The anklelock was a finishing move used long before Kurt Angle came along. Hell, Ken Shamrock was doing it in the WWF when Angle was at home shining his year-old Olympic gold medal.
Blame it on the Angle ego.
The reason why I'm bringing this finishing move story up today is because I've just read one of Kurt Angle's latest tweets:
'....Orton, I used Your Finish as a sign of Respect. Not to get back at U. Respect!'
As I didn't watch the pay-per-view last night, I'm assuming that Angle used the RKO.
You know, the move Orton uses that Diamond Dallas Page called the Diamond Cutter in the '90s.
Far be it for me to stick up for Randy Orton but I think something needs to be addressed here. Firstly, I doubt Orton gives a damn.
Even better, I am sure he wasn't even watching.