By Jason Powell, Prowrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)
TJ Wilson (a/k/a Tyson Kidd) addressed the status of his relationship with Samoa Joe for the first time since Wilson suffered a career ending injury after taking the Muscle Buster finisher. “I have zero animosity with Samoa Joe,” Wilson wrote. “I found him my first day back at WWE after my injury and we had a very good heart to heart. I wish him nothing but the best.”
Powell’s POV: That’s good to read. I saw the footage of the Muscle Buster finish and it didn’t strike me as being any different than when Joe has used the move countless times throughout his career. It’s great that Wilson is working as a producer for the company. It’s a shame that his in-ring career was cut short, but he has a lot to offer in this role.
I have zero animosity with Samoa Joe. I found him my first day back at WWE after my injury and we had a very good heart to heart. I wish him nothing but the best https://t.co/LpVSnGeoYQ
— TJ Wilson (@TJWilson) February 2, 2018
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