Could Enzo Amore be the panacea that 205 Live needs? If finally the answer is affirmative, we can put ourselves in the skin of the new “gimmick” of Dolph Ziggler , then more will be valued the “entertainment” that the fight of quality. At the moment, Amore is already the new challenger to the WWE Cruiserweight Championship , after having left in the ditch four other fighters with a lot more value over the ring. A fight that nonetheless, was well received by the respectable. And those are big words coming from the cruise show .
Recently, Shawn Daivari , former WWE and brother of Ariya Daivari , one of the division’s top talents, went through the WrestlingINC podcast . There, he spoke, among other subjects, of 205 Live and its current status after the recent inclusion of Amore. Former manager of Kurt Angle and The Great Khali felt that this decision is not beneficial, and said that in just two weeks, the “Certified G” already enjoys little sympathy between the cast .
Shawn Daivari is quite right, although the next fight against Neville in No Mercy (2017) is likely to raise an unprecedented expectation in the brief history of the cruise belt. After all, WWE has almost always proved to be a company in which the show prevails over quality wrestling itself. And if we have reached this point it is by the grace of the public. Amore is just another pawn and maybe a victim of circumstances .
The entire episode of the WrestlingINC podcast can be heard here .
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