Ryback has spoken up on Enzo Amore's WWE release.
As we all know, Enzo Amore was recently released from WWE amidst the assault accusations from a woman back in November 2017, and it’s been reported that WWE fired him because he did not inform them of the accusations until they became public. Yet, former WWE star Ryan Reeves, aka Ryback, has a different take on the situation.
Ryback recently spoke about the issue on his Conversations with The Big Guy podcast, and he believes that the WWE would have released Amore, regardless of the truth of the accusations, and whether he told them ahead of time or not. His thoughts on the matter were that WWE would have fired him whether he was guilty or not, because “ that company won't back you in anything, especially something like that because they will just drop you.”
He did go on to say that WWE may bring you back at some point if that were the case, but with him withholding the information for so long, this was the only logical choice they had to make.
We’ve not seen much more develop in this situation since the WWE released Amore, and when news does break, you’ll see it here, and as Ryback put it “it’s just a tough situation… and I wish all the best for him no matter what happens”.
So what do you guys think? Were WWE right to release Enzo Amore when they did, if the speculation is true that he withheld information for months? Do you agree with Ryback in thinking that they would have released him no matter what happened? Do you really even care about this situation at all, especially since the cruiserweights are going so well since he left? Let us know all your thoughts and ideas in the comment section below.
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