First and foremost, there isn't a dog breed called Kurdish Kangal (and neither it does come from an imaginaryregion/country called kurdistan) . It is called Turkish Kangal. It is from Kangal, Sivas, Turkey but lots of people call it kurdish kangal so who gives
I'd have to guess a Kangal. Since a hybrid is a cross between a wolf and a dog, it would depend primarily on which breed of dog the wolf was crossed with. Generally, I think most wolves are crossed with Alaskan Malamutes, Siberian Huskies or German Shepherd Dogs to retain the "wolf" appearance. Since all of these breeds are considerably smaller than a Kangal, as are most wolves, I think the Kangal would be bigger. Of course, if you crossed a wolf with a Kangal, or an Irish Wolfhound, then it's anybody's guess.
Great dane as the name implites is great but Kangal is a clever dog also it is huff and rough dog.
Kangal, all mastiffs (including my boerboel), and Caucasian ovcharca out skill pittbull for joke. Pittbull is just overrated. It's bloody and dangerous cuz of temperature but there are few breeds way too more stronger
A Kurdish kangal is stronger than a Caucasian shepherd.
The caucasian shepherd.
Kangal Harinath was born in 1833.
Kangal Harinath died in 1896.
A Kangal is stronger the Great Dane......
you can get a Kangal which could weight 100 to 165 pounds train them to pull weight and still will not get the strength that a 60 pound Pit bull will pull. definitely no.