Liv Morgan
Liv Morgan. Image Credits: Twitter

WWE Smackdown star Liv Morgan who is the current WWE Smackdown Women’s Champion recently talked about retired professional wrestler TJ Wilson and called him the backbone of WWE Women’s Division.

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.

Liv Morgan
Liv Morgan. Image Credits: Twitter

Liv Morgan Calls TJ Wilson As The Backbone Of WWE Women’s Division

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.

Liv Morgan
Liv Morgan. 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.

Liv Morgan who is the current WWE Smackdown Women’s Champion recently spoke to the Under The Ring podcast where she talked about retired professional wrestler TJ Wilson and called him the backbone of WWE Women’s Division. She said;

Liv Morgan
Liv Morgan. Image Credits: Twitter

“First of all, T.J. [Wilson], he is such the backbone of the women’s division. As soon as we all figure out, you know, who we’re wrestling against, we’re always like, ‘Do we have T.J.?’ He’s a genius and he cares about women’s wrestling and he cares about the product and he really knows everyone’s strengths so he’s a genius and Nattie is, you know, the best there is, the best there was, the best there is ever gonna be.

“They’ve both been so gracious to me and opening their ring to me to let me train along with them and to whomever. It’s open to anyone that wants to go, but it’s just helped me kind of perfect. I know there’s no such thing as ‘perfect’ but fine-tune my work and my craft as much as I possibly can. We train there for perfection and so, you know, when you’re training, you just get better and so I’m grateful the fans have been able to see that and that they give me that opportunity.”

H/T and transcribed by Post Wrestling