Enzo Amore gave everyone in the WWE Universe a scare earlier this year during his first ever pay-per-view match.
You probably remember the moment, Amore and Big Cass taking on The Vaudevillains at Payback in a number one contenders match for the right to face The New Day at the next pay-per-view.
Enzo took a throw through the ropes wrong, smashing his head first off the rope and then having it snap back and collide with the mat, leaving him laying on the floor outside the ring in a state of semi-consciousness that left everyone watching very nervous.
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Amore suffered a concussion that could've ended up a whole lot worse and, months after the injury, has spoken out about it.
“Well, the process began when I was sitting in a hospital and I went ‘what’s going on?’ and I looked up and I saw Big Cass and Sami Zayn standing there," Enzo said in an interview with Fox Sports.
According to Enzo, he hasn't suffered with any post-concussion injuries - which is basically what caused Daniel Bryan to retire from professional wrestling.
"And the doctor looked at me and said ‘you got hurt in your wrestling event.’ I had no idea what had happened, but luckily for me I work for the WWE, and by God’s saving grace I never had any post-concussion symptoms, no ill side-effects of this concussion that was almost a freak accident."
"But what we do in the ring is not ballet, this is dangerous."
Thankfully, Amore is all good right now and looks headed for a great career on the WWE main roster. Even if Vince McMahon and co. do have big plans for Big Cass a singles superstar, Enzo Amore won't be struggling too much without him.