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Tyson Kidd talks about dealing with his neck injury, Edge, FCW, more



Tyson Kidd recently spoke with Chris Jericho on Talk is Jericho about his career and more. During the interview, Jericho asked about Kidd’s neck injury. Kidd was injured during a dark match with Samoa Joe on 6/1/15 and has not wrestled since then. He ended up getting C1-C2 spinal fusion surgery. "The neck feels pretty good,” Kid said. He noted that he recently went and saw his surgeon and that time since his injury has gone by fast. Kidd said that he is able to work out and that by working out it helps him “combat some of the insanity of being at home."

Kidd noted that he is part of the broken neck club. "I joined the weird broken neck club, and there's one advantage, is like, Steve Austin and Kurt Angle reach out to you all the time,” Kidd said. He brought up that Adam “Edge” Copeland has always been awesome with him since he was training in FCW several years ago.

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