It has recently been revealed that Tyson Kidd requested to produce every women’s match at WrestleMania 37.
This year, Tyson Kidd worked on all 4 women’s WrestleMania matches. Natalya has noted that Kidd was originally only asked to produce one or two of these bouts.
Speaking on Oral Sessions with Renee Paquette, Natalya once again praised her husband for his passion. Recalling a conversation between Kidd and Vince McMahon, Natalya noted that the former Tag Team Champion finds his producing role so fulfilling.
Discussing Kidd’s original WrestleMania plans, Natalya said:
“He’s a huge advocate for the girls and cares so much about them. TJ takes on the women’s matches as if they’re his own because he can’t compete anymore. He told Vince the other day, ‘I never realized that being a producer would be more fulfilling to me and working with the women than it would be in my own career. I’ve become so fulfilled in this role and seeing others rise to this occasion that it means more to me than anything I did in my career.’ Vince was like, ‘TJ, that makes me so happy.’ TJ said, ‘I can’t even put into words how much working with the girls and seeing them accomplish their dreams, it means so much and is the biggest thing I’ve done in my career. This is my WrestleMania moment.’
“TJ is so inspired by the women. This is hard to say, but I feel like his injury, in some ways, was a blessing in disguise and helped him find something inside himself that he didn’t know he had to inspire a generation of women to shoot for the stars. That’s the happy ending. He produced all the women’s matches at Mania. They said to him, ‘you’re only going to have one or two matches.’ He said, ‘No, I want all of them,'”
At The Show of Shows, Bianca Belair defeated Sasha Banks to become SmackDown Women’s Champion. According to local advertising in Houston, Banks will make an appearance during the July 16 episode of SmackDown, when WWE resumes touring.
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