TNA star Kurt Angle sat down with Alfonso Castillo of Newsday.com and discussed several topics.  Here are a couple highlights:

Angle talks about wanting to once again be a main event talent:

"This is a nice little break, but I'm getting ready to step and get back in the front seat.  By no means am I ready to retire.  I'm doing this to help the company.  But pretty soon, I'll be back in the main event mix."

Angle on WWE part-time talent like Chris Jericho and The Undertaker possibly opening a door for his own return someday:

"Since these guys wrestle part time, obviously it's appealing.  But that's what I do in iMPACT Wrestling right now.  My loyalty is with iMPACT Wrestling right now.  I can't think about it yet until my contract is up.  But is there a possibility (of a WWE return)?  You can't throw anything off the table.

Angle's advice to younger wrestlers about going on to the Olympics:

"I try to tell the college kids, and they don't understand, that when you're 22 years old, you're still a kid.  You have fighters in their 40's now.  I didn't peak until I was about 32 or 33 and I retired from Olympic wrestling when I was 26.  Push back the MMA a little bit.  Try for the Olympics, and if you medal, you'll get paid more."

You can read the full Newsday article here.