The duo made their debut in an angle that was supposed to look like a shoot when they jumped the rail at the G1 Supercard in Madison Square Garden. Only a few people knew about what was going to happen and most of the wrestlers were left in the dark. The decision to bring them in was because the company felt like they needed a spark to reach a wider audience.
As noted in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Enzo and Cass were not at ROH shows over the weekend and they are not booked for anything going forward.
Dave Meltzer added that they are not factored into any future plans right now. There were key people in the company who were very upset about the segment and there was divisiveness about the whole thing.
The original plan was to do something quick in the corner by the rails at ringside with Enzo grabbing Mark Briscoe and shoving him. Then, security would have taken Enzo away to make it look real and it would have gotten some buzz.
Things ended up getting out of control with several stiff punches thrown. At this point, there are no plans to bring them back but there are people in the company with different viewpoints on Enzo and Cass so we’ll have to see if minds get changed at some point.