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Why WWE should not have had a concussion angle on Raw

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It is just over a month since Enzo Amore suffered a horrifying injury during the WWE Payback pay-per-view event in Chicago.

Given the time-off the popular WWE superstar received following the incident, the crowd reaction when Amore returned was unsurprising not least because of the reassurance that he was back to his usual self.

What a mistake it would be therefore, with everything seemingly back to how it was prior to the terrifying injury last month, if WWE were to revisit it with no good reason.

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Monday Night Raw

Fast forward to this week's edition of Monday Night Raw however, and it soon becomes clear that Vince McMahon and his team have made a serious error, yet again.

With Enzo Amore and Big Cass facing The Vaudevillains in what came across as revenge-type segment, those in charge at WWE for some reason believed reenacting the move which caused Amore's injury would be a good idea.

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Put simply, no fan watching, no one in charge and certainly no wrestler in the ring was ever going to benefit from this idea.

Enzo Amore looked visibly and understandably concerned as Aiden English proceeded to throw him into ropes and he ensured to protect his head from what would have been an unimaginable incident for the WWE.

Wrong decision

This injury would have been horrific to any WWE superstar, but for it to happen to someone with so much growing potential was even more worrying.

Enzo Amore and Big Cass have already gained a huge amount of support following making their main roster debut after WrestleMania 32 and the company should certainly not do anything to stop that.

Why deciding to revisit something so horrific therefore was ever agreed is without doubt questionable and frustrating to any member of the WWE Universe.

It is as if the creative team were more concerned about the story line which was affected as a result of the injury as opposed to the wrestler's health as they were willing to risk the chance of an accident happening again.

WWE are no strangers when it comes to making the wrong choices, especially in the eyes of the fans and the incident on Raw this week is certainly no exception.

Ultimately, Monday Night Raw is a hugely popular show and Enzo Amore is undoubtedly a hugely popular wrestler.

With this in mind, WWE will surely be aware that the episode had enough interesting segments in it without having to risk such a serious injury for no clear reason, to one of its biggest rising stars.

Wrong decision

This injury would have been horrific to any WWE superstar, but for it to happen to someone with so much growing potential was even more worrying.

Enzo Amore and Big Cass have already gained a huge amount of support following making their main roster debut after WrestleMania 32 and the company should certainly not do anything to stop that.

Why deciding to revisit something so horrific therefore was ever agreed is without doubt questionable and frustrating to any member of the WWE Universe.

It is as if the creative team were more concerned about the story line which was affected as result of the injury as opposed to the wrestler's health as they were willing to risk the chance of an accident happening again.

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