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WWE News: Enzo Amore sends a strong message to Ronda Rousey

943   //    12 Jan 2018, 01:53 IST

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Enzo Amore is still the WWE cruiser-weight champion

What’s the story?

Stopped at the airport by TMZ, Enzo Amore was asked about the rumour of Ronda Rousey possibly joining the WWE roster. The development has come after the news of a secret meeting with Triple H emerged online.

Insisting that MMA and WWE are two different worlds, the current cruiser-weight champion has declared that Rousey could be in for a rude awakening if she joins the Wrestling scene.

In case you didn’t know…

Amore has proven time and time again to be pretty outspoken and had a lot of heat in the past months due to his tendency of partying hard and acting like a rockstar. Despite all these facts, Enzo is still the WWE cruiserweight champion and keeps on planning his momentum going.

The heart of the matter

Sending a strong message for Ronda Rousey, Enzo Amore asserted, "I think that she's in for a rude awakening. I'm not trying to disrespect her but MMA and Wrestling are two completely different worlds. Have you ever been put trough a table or slammed hard on concrete? It's a totally different ball game, dude."

The cruiser-weight champion concluded his statement by admitting that Ronda could translate very well into the wrestling world because she respects the arena and knows the sacrifices that have to be made in order to stand in a squared circle.

What’s next?

Despite sustaining a terrible injury on Raw, Enzo Amore is ready to be back on track and continue to be the smack talker of the 205 Live brand. Ronda Rousey, on the other hand, could pretty well show up at the women's Royal Rumble match and emerge victorious.

Author’s take

Love him or hate him, Enzo Amore is on a roll. He is having more success than his former tag team partner Big Cass who is currently out of the scene due to a severe injury. When he comes back, chances are that they might just revive their old feud.

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