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Vince McMahon must see the positives following Enzo Amore's injury..

Why Enzo Amore's injury could prove beneficial to WWE's future

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During this week's episode of Monday Night Raw, the WWE Universe was treated to a return by a superstar who has quickly become a fan-favourite.

Since making their WWE main roster debut last month, Enzo Amore and Big Cass have proven themselves to be considered as one of the best WWE tag teams in recent memory.

Put simply, the duo tick all of the boxes necessary not just to please Vince McMahon, but to capture and maintain the interest of the WWE Universe week in, week out.

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However, just as the pair were enjoying the beginning of their WWE main roster careers, their enjoyment was cut short as Enzo suffered a concussion during a match at the Payback pay-per-view event on May 1.

As horrific as the injury was, followers of WWE soon welcomed the news that the 29-year-old was making a quick recovery.

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This support was evident during this week’s Raw taping in Baltimore as Big Cass emerged from the curtain, only to introduce a fully-fit Enzo who was back to be firmly by his side.

Positive future

Whilst it is undoubtedly positive news that Enzo made a full recovery following the incident at Payback, WWE should see the positives which have come about following the star’s time off.

Big Cass proved himself to be capable of succeeding as an individual WWE superstar during his time without Enzo, with both his mic and in-ring work proving impressive.

As well as this however, Enzo’s time away from WWE programming comfortably proved his popularity amongst WWE fans, especially when combined with the reception he received on Monday night.

There is no denying Enzo Amore’s potential as an individual WWE superstar. He has the look, the unique personality and an in-ring style which very few popular wrestlers could carry off.

Individual talent

In addition, one of Enzo Amore’s most desirable qualities is his work on the microphone, which he reminded every member of the WWE Universe of during his comeback speech on Raw this week.

The current WWE roster presents very few wrestlers who could pass off a concussion as a ‘hard sneeze’ in a way which makes fans smile along instead of criticise in disgust.

Enzo’s injury has provided a degree of focus from the company which WWE must insist on continuing as it would benefit not just them, but two throroughly deserving wrestlers, as well.

This focus has somewhat highlighted the enviable characteristics which both Enzo Amore and Big Cass possess and in turn has confirmed why they are ahead of much of the main roster.

It is with this in mind that WWE should be set on pushing the duo in the near future as they could develop into one of the greatest tag teams in WWE history.

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