Now though some of you may not be aware a few weeks ago Samoa Joe actually competed in a dark match before Raw against Tyson Kidd. Though I have done numerous posts recently regarding Tyson Kidd I never mention that Kidd actually sustained injury during the match which at first was thought nothing serious, but then well it turned out to be serious. Now Tyson Kidd is on shelf for 12-14 months following neck surgery, and a certain hall of famer wants to blame his opponent. Here a quote from a bleacher report article on this topic:
"This is just emotion talking. Kidd is married to Hart's niece, Natalya, and has long been close to the Hart family. Kidd trained at the famed Hart Family Dungeon, and Bret has appeared on programming alongside him.
Being that close to Kidd, it's understandable that Hart is so emotional about this."
So I guess from the above quote it is fair to say that the Hall of Famer I am speaking of is Bret Hart who is family to Tyson Kidd and in many ways like the article says it is understandable why Hart is blames Joe. But is it really Joe's fault, I honestly don't think so. In my opinion and the opinion of Mr. Ryan Dilbert from the Bleacher Report "The Muscle Buster actually has more built-in safety measures. Joe's arm protects his foe's neck. And he drops his victim more on their back than their head." Therefore in reality it was just a freak accident, and not really anyone's fault just an unfortunate side effect being in the ring.
You know something that is the problem with a lot of people nowadays they always jump to a conclusion in order to blame someone for an issue or bad event that caused them grief instead of just accepting that bad things happen to good people sometimes. This is a bad time for this injury as Tyson was just beginning to hit his strides in the WWE after years of doing very little to nothing of note. Also Joe had just began his "full-time" contract with the company and it would be really bad way to start. However, I don't think anyone in the WWE blames Joe for the injury nor should they and I think that this just another freak accident that happens in the ring. I want to wish Tyson a speedy recovery and I hope Joe has a lot of success as a full time member of the WWE now.
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