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Tyson Kidd On The Change Of The Locker Room

Former three times WWE Tag Team Champion Tyson Kidd recently revealed how the locker room of WWE change with time. Tyson Kidd was one of the most underrated stars in WWE back in the late 2010s and early 2020s who were on the brink of getting a push finally but injuries killed his career completely.

Kidd started his training for professional wrestling in 1995 at the age of 15 only. After working in different promotions, he finally got his big break in 2006 when he was handed a contract by WWE.

Tyson Kidd
Tyson Kidd. Image Credits: Twitter

Tyson Kidd On The Change Of The Locker Room

In spite of being quite impressive, he could never become anything more than a protégé of Bret the Hitman Hart. Kid along with David Hart Smith and Natalya Neidhart formed a tag team named The Hart Dynasty. It was more of a repackaged version of the famous stable Hart Foundation.

Needless to say, things did not work quite well for Tyson Kidd. In 2011, he was given another opportunity to shine. This time in the NXT. He was extremely impressive this time again, even more.

Tyson Kidd
Tyson Kidd. Image Credits: Twitter

In 2014 he came back to the main roster and teamed up with Cesaro. Things were working quite well before career threatening injury struck him and he was forced to retire. Right now he is doing a good job as a backstage producer in WWE.

Recently, Tyson Kidd spoke to WINCLY where he spoke about the change of WWE locker room. He said;

“There has been a shift, and it has been very cool. We have the strongest amount of talent that the company has ever had in its history, in terms of up-and-down the crowd. Seth has been very braggadocios about how he feels about the locker room, and he is right. I think our locker room is insanely talented, both guys and girls. So, I think the culture has changed, and it has changed in a good way. It has changed a lot in ten years, and I think, in my opinion, it has changed for the better.”

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Tyson Kidd On Better In Ring Productivity

Former WWE star Tyson Kidd recently said that wrestlers are making the in ring product more of a Priority. Tyson Kidd was one of the most underrated wrestlers of his time. He could never have achieved the success that he actually deserved.

Kidd started his training for professional wrestling in 1995 at the age of 15 only. After working in different promotions, he finally got his big break in 2006 when he was handed a contract by WWE.

Tyson Kidd
Tyson Kidd. Image Credits: Twitter

Tyson Kidd On Better In Ring Productivity

In spite of being quite impressive, he could never become anything more than a protégé of Bret the Hitman Hart. Kid along with David Hart Smith and Natalya Neidhart formed a tag team named The Hart Dynasty. It was more of a repackaged version of the famous stable Hart Foundation.

Needless to say, things did not work quite well for Tyson Kidd. In 2011, he was given another opportunity to shine. This time in the NXT. He was extremely impressive this time again, even more.

In 2014 he came back to the main roster and teamed up with Cesaro. Things were working quite well before career threatening injury struck him and he was forced to retire. Right now he is doing a good job as a backstage producer in WWE.

Tyson Kidd
Tyson Kidd. Image Credits: Twitter

Recently, Tyson Kidd spoke to WINCLY where he spoke about wrestlers making the in ring product more of a Priority. He said;

“I think that is what it has become more than anything else, which is a love for this, a love for wrestling. I think that is maybe what has shifted the most. Now, there seems to be a lot more focus on in-ring ability within the locker room, and everyone trying to get better.

“And I think, obviously I can’t speak for the generations before where I wasn’t in the locker room, but I think now more than ever, that people are willing to help everybody else out.

Tyson Kidd
Tyson Kidd. Image Credits: Twitter

“For example, I was a producer for a match a few weeks ago. Two other talents were coming up with some ideas with me. One of the girls who used those ideas texted me later that night saying how she was so sorry [for taking the idea], and I was like, ‘What are you talking about? We’re all on the same team.’ Wherever the ideas come from, I don’t care.

“As long as we all just have a great performance, it’s all good. Wherever they come from, we’re all on the same team. I’m not mad. I’m not wired like that. If you had a great match, that’s it.