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Like so many of the other men I've talked about, Tyson Kidd is someone else who's been caught in the Bermuda Triangle that is WWE's midcard.
Since The Hart Dynasty split up, Tyson's floundered around between Superstars and NXT, but there's one key difference between Kidd and most of the other talent on those shows.
Tyson has regularly been stealing the show on NXT as a singles competitor.
I think he's got a lot of untapped potential and is a star that's waiting to explode.
A few months ago, it seemed like he was going to get his chance to shine in a tag-team match with Justin Gabriel.
Unfortunately, Gabriel got injured in the dark match at WrestleMania and he's still out, which put Tyson in limbo again.
He's had to be really patient to get an opportunity, but something happened at Over the Limit that made me think.
The standout performer of the "People Power Battle Royal" was arguably Kidd.
The crowd popped for Kidd big time during the match, but even more when he made it to the final four.
Although he didn't win the Battle Royal, Kidd was highly impressive.
In my opinion, it's only a matter of time before WWE gives him the chance to show what he can do..