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Enzo Amore calls WWE's decision to hold WrestleMania 36 "horrendous"



Former WWE Superstar Enzo Amore/nZo recently appeared on Chris Van Vliet's podcast. The former Cruiserweight Champion answered a litany of questions regarding his career in the company, his religious beliefs, and his time with Big Cass on the independent scene.

WrestleMania still going ahead

One of the more intriguing questions posed to Amore was that of WrestleMania 36. The show of course is still taking place over two nights, however Enzo believes that this is entirely the wrong decision. The two shows will be held in the WWE Performance Center as well as on select special closed sets. There will of course be no fans in attendance for either night.

When asked by CVV how he felt about the decision, Enzo stated it was "horrendous. You ask for my honest opinion? I have had more wrestling matches in an empty Performance Center [than anyone knows]...and oh my god I couldn't imagine being told 'you're going back there to do WrestleMania.'"

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Enzo Amore would elaborate further, talking about how he feels bad for several ex-Performance Center talents. "I mean, I feel for the Bayleys and the Charlottes [Flair]. The Sashas [Banks] of the world, the [King] Corbins and the Elias Sampsons that have had these countless matches under that same umbrella, literally like f*ck."

Amore would finish by joking about how the talents may have to amuse themselves as there are no fans in attendance. "I can't wait to pop Michael Cole sitting ringside" Amore laughed. "I can get, if I can get a f*cking, you know, a pop out of Jerry Lawler? My day will be made here at WrestleMania."

Night 2 of WrestleMania 36 will be taking place tonight (Sunday 5th), with John Cena vs The Fiend, Brock Lesnar vs Drew McIntyre and more scheduled to take place.

If you use any portion of the quotes from this article please credit Chris Van Vliet with a h/t to for the transcription