WWE producer Tyson Kidd, who predominantly works with the company's women's division, recently opened up about how he feels about the release of two of the division's Superstars, Lana and Ruby Riott.
Kidd recently conducted an interview with Justin Dhillon for The Wrestling Classic podcast where the conversation turned towards WWE's recent set of talent releases, which saw two main roster women leave the company. Kidd said:
"I spend time in the guy's locker room, but I work with the girls so much that I'm going to be more biased towards them. I feel bad for all those people and I feel really really bad for Lana and Ruby. I also know they're both going to be more than okay. The truth is, I'll end up being the loser out of this by not getting to work with them at this moment. I'll work with them again."
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Lana and Ruby Riott were released on June 2nd, 2021. They were two of six WWE Superstars released that day, along with Braun Strowman, Buddy Murphy, Aleister Black and Santana Garrett.
Neither Lana nor Ruby Riott have given away what their plans are post-WWE. However, Riott has now changed her name to Ruby Soho and Lana has indicated that she doesn't want to give up wrestling.
Tyson Kidd has been a backstage producer in WWE for several years now after retiring from in-ring action due to a life-threatening injury he sustained in the ring.
Do you agree with Tyson Kidd that losing Ruby Riott and Lana is a bad thing for WWE? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below!
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