Tyson Kidd Reflects On His Career-Ending Injury

Former WWE Tag Team Champion Tyson Kidd (TJ Wilson) has reflected on the injury that ended his in-ring career.

For those who may not remember, Kidd was seriously injured three years in a dark match prior to a RAW TV event with Samoa Joe after taking the muscle buster.

He ended up getting C1-C2 spinal fusion surgery, and doctors said that there was a 95 percent chance of death. Thus, at the time, it was considered life-threatening injury as well.

Now, that his in-ring career is over in the sports entertainment, he noted in a recent post on his official Twitter account that he’s really enjoying his current role with the WWE, which is being a producer on the main roster.

He wrote the following:

“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.”

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