WWE Producer Tyson Kidd spoke to Chris Van Vliet of WSVN-TV recently about his job as a producer, as well as the controversial crowd from WWE Extreme Rules 2018. You can see highlights below and the full interview above.
His thoughts on the crowd reaction during the Seth Rollins vs. Dolph Ziggler Iron Man Match at Extreme Rules, a match that he produced:
"That's them entertaining themselves. Obviously I would prefer if they didn't do that but I can understand why they did that. They're sitting there and you have a clock and they're waiting to see towards the end. I would appreciate if they didn't do that because if you actually take that part out of it, the match was amazing. And then that same crowd gave Seth a standing ovation at the end. So they appreciated the effort. I understand why but I just wished it hadn't happened."
How he's adjusting to his new WWE role:
"I work backstage as a producer. I've been doing it for a year now and I love it. It took a little bit to get adjusted and back in the mix because I was away for two years. But yeah, it's been awesome and I get to work with great talent. I love sitting and collaborating with people and just being creative and we are all throwing out ideas and next thing you know some magic is being made in the ring that I had a small little part in. It feels fulfilling and there's no physical trauma to me. "