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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Rico Len Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10/October/2014 at 21:36
Natty could always reprise Bret Hart's role as the Canadian hero, anti-American heel, as could TJ.
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Quote Tyson Kidd recently took to his official Twitter account to reflect on his career-ending injury that he suffered in a dark match with Samoa Joe that unfortunately saw him sustain a severe neck injury after taking a Muscle Buster that would end his WWE in-ring career.

3 years ago my entire world was halted. I had no clue what the hell the rest of my life would look like. I really enjoy my current role and look forward to many more years contributing to something I love pic.twitter.com/9nRaD8LQBq

— TJ Wilson (@TJWilson) June 1, 2018 

It doesn't seem so long ago. All career ending injuries are sad and it happened at a time when things were going well with him working with Cesaro.

I'm happy for him being a trainer, but wonder if they would have offered him the position if he didn't get injured on their watch.

Or maybe they feel having someone with vast Hart experience is good to have around.
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Sometimes things like this just happen and it's for the better. Look at Lance Storm and even Dean Malenko. Both were pretty much nobodies as wrestlers but far better trainers. There's no saying Tyson wasn't just the same. I also think the same thing of Joe Hennig. Even if he has had a good run (good run being a relative term here, to a wrestler who is just an indie fed hopeful, Hennig's run has been good, whereas someone like AJ Styles or Roman Reigns are getting a dream come true kind of run) his real talent seems to be in working safe and helping others learn how to do certain things, so as a trainer he could end up being fantastic even if he shouldn't be teaching promo class. lol
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Joe Hennig I think may still get a decent singles run, it’s amazing to think that he’s now been in WWE for ten years as he has spent 95% of that time as bottom of the card jobber. As part of the Miztourage he’s shown charisma and personality and now as one half of the B-Team he’s getting over, I think he could end up having a mid-card singles run. He’s known to be one of the safest ring workers and is his work in the ring is so solid that even the likes of The Rock and Brock Lesnar have trained with him to work off ring rust.
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