Long time wrestling fans have been waiting for ages to see Kurt Angle back in WWE. Now that he's back, fans want to see him back in the ring as well. Only a small handful of competitors will make the perfect opponents.

The last time that Kurt Angle wrestled for WWE was back in 2006.

With over a decade since Angle’s last WWE match, it will be great to see him work more games before officially retiring. Angle’s last big PPV match was at Wrestlemania XXII, in which he defended his World Heavyweight Championship against Randy Orton and Rey Mysterio. Angle dropped the title to Mysterio (who had pinned Orton).

From then on, Angle did not have a significant feud.

His stint in WWE’s rebranded ECW was short-lived. As the “Wrestling Machine,” all he did was squash his opponents. There was no benefit for anybody. In the end, Angle was released from his contract. TNA welcomed him with open arms shortly after.

First, it will be great to face his TNA foes.

In TNA, Angle had fantastic matches against AJ Styles and Samoa Joe. The three of them were the stars of WWE’s competitor. We know what they are capable of doing and seeing them pull off that magic in a WWE ring can be show-stealers.

Apart from the standard weekly show, it will be great to see them compete in one or two of WWE’s marquee PPVs. That means Royal Rumble, Summerslam, Survivor Series, and Wrestlemania.

Building new feuds will provide greater benefits.

We have seen Angle take on the likes of John Cena, Brock Lesnar, and Triple H. Nothing is intriguing in seeing them lock up again unless the feud is capable of shaking up the world.

For starters, he can take on someone everyone loves to hate; the Miz. Overall, Miz is the type of heel to be completely humbled by someone that can out wrestle most of the roster.

Tears of joy will fill the place once they see Miz tap out to the anklelock. There is also the route that WWE can take in which Miz’s antics will put him over Angle and further cement him as one the best heels on the roster.

Rusev is also another talented wrestler that needs a big time feud and win to keep him as a credible destructive force.

This has been done in the past; a technical wrestler versus as brawler. The key here is the fact that they both have effective submission holds.

Rusev’s "Accolade" looks painful as it is, but that might not be enough to put away Angle. This will be the perfect encounter that will force Rusev to add the ankle-lock to his arsenal.

There is also Mr.Popularity; Roman Reigns, that can be another key opponent for the Olympic gold medalist. Reigns have taken down the most popular wrestling legend earlier this year, and he has to continue racking up wins.

Angle has confirmed that he likes Reigns, so we shouldn’t be surprised if Reigns gets put over. The fact of the matter is that the one-dimensional face might finally turn heel by destroying another childhood hero.