Dax Harwood on his relationship with Terry Taylor
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Dax Harwood spoke on his FTR podcast about Terry Taylor and the relationship he had with him. Things weren't that bad, but they weren't ideal either. “Well, Terry and I didn’t have a terrible relationship, but we also didn’t have the greatest relationship.
I felt that Terry sometimes didn’t possess the attributes to be a, okay wait a second, hold on, let me rewind that. He did possess the attributes of being a great coach because Terry was a really good worker and he had incredible knowledge when you think about it.
He’s been through the territories. He was in Texas. He was in Mid South. Jim Crockett. "- he said, as quoted by pwmania.com He believes that Taylor has many positive qualities, but simply that the two of them had different views on some things.
“So, he was there and he possesses all that. Sometimes, as far as delivering the knowledge, he was not the best at it, for being a coach. Also, I felt sometimes he had his own motives and I’ll leave it at that. He and I didn’t always see, eye to eye, and that’s okay, you know, that’s not always going to happen.
We didn’t have a bad relationship. We never, you know, got in arguments or anything like that, but just sometimes we didn’t see eye to eye”.
One of Harwood's favorite people is Kofi Kingston.
He is disappointed with WWE's treatment of Kingston, considering how he lost the title to Brock Lesnar. “I was very, very upset. I remember that I texted Kofi. Actually it was a group text with The New Day and myself and Dan [Cash Wheeler].
I apologized to him and I said, ‘I’m so sorry this happened to you, man. We’re so upset. I can’t believe this is for real.’ Not because of anything with Brock, but how much we had worked and how he had worked to get to this point.
Especially when we were working with him, with Randy, I saw him outside of Vince’s office or go into Vince’s office every single week to try to make things better, to try to make his championship run better. He worked so hard to be a great champion”.