Originally Posted by Jack-Hammer
Several months back, it was reported that Tyson Kidd was in line for a singles push but it's never come around.
Just once, I'd love to sit in on a Creative meeting. It would be terrific to finally know whether they have coherent, logical plans or whether they just bounce things off one another with no real logic to it, changing policies and direction at the drop of a hat. Or, maybe they create solid game plans, only to see Vince McMahon put a halt to everything they come up with ......thereby driving these poor people crazy with the sudden changes they're forced to implement after thinking they have a working plan in place. I mean, who really knows?
Tyson Kidd is one of the best ring workers I've ever seen. He can work with anyone and possesses the skills, timing and physique to do whatever he wants to in the ring. The problem is that management can't decide what to do with him and stick with it. I figured he'd be released from his contract shortly after Harry Smith was let go. When that didn't happen, I figured he'd be a low-card performer forever, a jobber to the stars. Then, they crossed us up by seeming to start a push, then abandoning it as quickly as it originated. What's been happening to Tyson Kidd is indicative of what I mean by wishing to see what really
happens at Creative meetings. Whomever is bouncing guys like Tyson Kidd around ought to make up their minds and remember that these chess pieces they're pushing around the board are actually human beings.
As for the other two guys: Justin Gabriel is like Tyson Kidd; a career mid-carder who occasionally gets promised a push, that may or may not materialize. He isn't going to the top and I'm continually surprised to read the posts of people that expect him to.
Evan Bourne is another perennial mid-carder, one who can't stop putting barriers in his own path. If the company no longer trusts him to be a productive long-term asset, you can hardly blame them.