Enzo Amore, who now goes by nZo, explains why he didn’t debut with his former partner, W. Morrissey, at IMPACT Rebellion.
Just over two weeks ago Morrissey, who was formerly known by his WWE name of Big Cass, debuted in IMPACT Wrestling by teaming up with Violent By Design to defeat Eddie Edwards, Willie Mack, James Storm and Chris Sabin.
When a fan asked nZo about why he wasn’t with Morrissey in IMPACT he gave a clear answer to the question.
Are You Sure That’s The Reason?
I don’t really agree with that statement at this point. I think Morrissey may just need a sidekick. It’s really early to say whether Morrissey can hang with the talent at IMPACT. It has been a few years since I’ve last seen him wrestle since he left WWE in 2018. As long as he has someone who can talk for him he may be alright as long as his wrestling has improved.
The reason nZo isn’t in IMPACT is more likely because no one wants to work with him because of his ego and brash attitude. Also nZo can’t wrestle and people don’t want to have to carry him through a match. Not just because they don’t have respect for him, but because he may injure them or himself. He famously knocked himself out during a WWE match because he messed up a move he did all the time.
Two Parts Of One Wrestling Whole
The pair were a well-known and somehow a popular tag team in WWE known as Enzo and Cass. They were the perfect pair for each other and a match made in wrestling heaven. Amore is comfortable on the mic and people [for some reason] like his mic work, but can’t wrestle. However, Cass sucks on the mic, but can wrestle a little bit. The pair got a huge push in WWE and became a fixture on WWE TV.
This is the first time Morrissey has been seen wrestling in a major promotion since he left WWE. He spent a little time on the indies, but didn’t create much buzz with his work.
Morrissey being solo on TV is an odd sight for many wrestling fans. Many wrestling fans, myself included, had the same thought when seeing him in IMPACT or hearing about it. That thought was “where’s Enzo” or some variation of that.
I would be surprised if we see nZo in IMPACT anytime soon. No doubt Morrissey will try to get him in, but he just doesn’t have that sway yet. However, I wouldn’t be shocked if he showed up in some fashion.
Do you think this is a work and nZo is on his way to IMPACT? Would you like to see Enzo and Cass reunite? Do you think nZo would do well in IMPACT? Is there anyone in IMPACT you would like to see him wrestle? Leave a comment below unless you’re SAWFT.
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