Enzo Amore has been having problems in the locker room for months now, and his move to 205 Live hasn't changed that. During the WrestlingINC podcast last Wednesday, Shawn Daivari gave his thoughts on the situation.
"He's someone that, when it's all said and done, is gonna be inconsequential to that," Daivari said. "The guy's in a hot act, they split up the hot act, the partner gets injured and they're like, 'Well, what do we do with him? Let's put him here.' And then if it looks like it's not a good fit what are they gonna do next? Put him on SmackDown, probably."
Amore seems to be well on his way to a push to the top of 205 Live and a showdown with Cruiserweight Champion Neville. His standing with the company seems to have given him a sense of entitlement above the rest of the superstars.
"I think he's already ruffling feathers at 205 talking down to guys like, 'Well you know you really need to be doing it this way, there's no psychology to that, you're all flips and dips,'" Daivari said. "Everyone's like, 'You're the worst wrestler on the f---ing card. Even if it is too much flippy-dippy, you can't even do the flippy-dippy or the basic stuff!'"
On Oct. 30th Anderson and Daivari's "Academy" will be holding two seminars coached by Sean Waltman at @theacademyprowrestling and they will be open to anyone looking to gain knowledge in the world of professional wrestling, regardless of experience. All are welcome from those with no pro-wrestling training, to established wrestlers looking to expand their knowledge and take their game to the next level.
The first seminar will be held from 6:30pm to 8:30pm for those who have had 0 to 20 professional wrestling matches. From 8:30pm to 10:30pm will be for those who have had 20+ professional matches.
Participation in the seminar of your experience level is $50. You also have the option of attending both seminars for $75. To register or for more info please visit: www.theacademyprowrestling.com/sean.