Is Enzo Amore's Time in WWE Coming to an End?

Last night, Enzo Amore had his worst showing as a WWE employee. While there have been times when his in-ring work was glaringly bad or moments when his loud promos got uncomfortable he usually had the crowd behind him.

That was not the case in Pittsburgh last night.

When Ezno's music hit, the audience let out a collective murmur. As Amore went for his typical antics in the ring, they decline the invitation to play along.

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This appears to be the beginning of the end for Amore who has apparently garnered loads of back stage animosity with his peers. So much so, that WWE addressed it on their WWE Network program, Bring it to the Table.

When Enzo's name became a talking point, JBL had this to say:

"Besides Miz, when the locker room turns on a guy (Enzo), like a human repellent, they usually don't last long afterward".

In a recent newsletter, Dave Meltzer wrote that Enzo is genuinely disliked backstage. The details are still a little blurry, but most of the heat on Amore stems from a bus incident that lead to Roman Reigns kicking him off of the bus. Further, Enzo has been receiving the "Miz Treatment" where he has been barred by his peers from the talent's dressing room.

Backstage reports have Enzo not being happy with having to split with Big Cass. For obvious reasons Enzo apparently feels vulnerable in his solo spot as WWE has done little to establish his character as anything more than a colorful squawker.

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Enzo and Cass could have gone so much further together. They were one of the few teams, or wrestlers for that matter, who were constantly taking creative risks. Say what you want about Enzo Amore, but the guy is one of the best, most fearless, talkers, in WWE. Compare the conviction Amore carries in his promos to say, Baron Corbin or even Seth Rollins.

For Big Cass, this marks the beginning of something huge. Go back and watch his earlier segments with Amore. He conveyed true disdain for his partner. He was disgusted by the crowd's soft hearts. This genie is too damn big to go back in the bottle, Big Cass is going to the top of WWE.

When the two had their brief reconciliation, the look of desperate relief Amore wore as he hugged Big Cass was genuine. Maybe it was too real as he was clinging to the final moments of main roster relevancy. To top things off, the duo hit a fiery SAWFT chant, knowing that it would be the last time they'd ever do it together.


We'll hear that chant one more time though - but it may be a while. Like 20 years from now; when Enzo is inducting Big Cass in the WWE Hall of Fame