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Tyson Kidd: Too Bland Or Future Star?


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So far Tyson Kidd is being treated pretty badly. He is in the lower mid card with nothing to do but appear on superstars. However he was gaining some good reactions from fans as a team with Justin Gabriel. unfortunately that has been stopped for now as Kidd has been injured and will be out for 6-8 months. But some people hope and think he will return and become a star and get a bit of a push. Do you think e is ready do you think he will make it? I think he is. Great worker and works hard and is quite a good wrestler but is he fit to be at the top of WWE? Or at least mid card? In a recent poll on a wrestling website 70% voted they believe he can make it what do you think?
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Not in the last two years they arent. In fact the last, what, five reigns have been pretty top notch? Ever since Christian won the belt. Its been largely a well booked belt with good champions.

 

And three of those guys were the most charismatic men in the company when they had their runs, so its not really an issue of blandness either.

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Of course.

 

We are getting wildly off course here but I do mean that I think the World Title, for all its B Show status, has been really well booked for the vast majority of the last two years. Every title change felt important, every change to a new guy felt like a cosmic shift that announced the new undisputed top guy on the show. Orton over his reigns and then Sheamus established themselves as babyfaces aces better than anyone this decade since Cena. Henry and Show were amazing unstoppable monster heels. Bryan was an awesome chickensh*t holding onto a title he didnt deserve. The were all really well booked reigns that had a purpose to them - a beginning, a middle and an end that all made sense and set up the next champion in some way.

 

For what people generally perceive as the lesser, undervalued title, there is really a whole lot of thought going into it and in the context of being the B show championship, is presented really well in an artistic sense.

 

Not to mention the quality of its defenses has been sky high.

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Tyson has a role in the midcard because he can make people look good, and he's a solid worker. Ultimately, with neither size nor an abundance of charisma, he's not getting much further in WWE. If he can live with that, and if WWE aren't stupid, he should have a job as long as he wants it. Think Finlay or Regal.
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