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New York Times issues Correction For Calling Kurt Angle a WWE Wrestler
Posted by Larry Csonka on 04.23.2012



- Following their article on Kurt Angle pulling out of the Olympic trials, the New York Times has issued the below correction for naming Angle a "WWE wrestler."

"An Associated Press report in the Sports Briefing column on April 13 about the withdrawal of Kurt Angle, a 1996 Olympic wrestling gold medalist, from the United States Olympic trials included an outdated reference to his professional affiliation. He works for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling; he is no longer with World Wrestling Entertainment. The error was repeated in the headline."





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