Enzo Amore was fired from WWE, and that didn’t keep him out of the building for Survivor Series three years ago. He was kicked out of that WWE event, much like he and Big Cass were after they invaded the Ring of Honor/New Japan Pro-Wrestling G1 Supercard event at Madison Square Garden. Despite the angle and many matches that were suggested, Real1 and Morrissey’s team bout in ROH or NJPW was never brought to fruition.
Real1 claimed during a recent appearance on DDP Snake Pit Podcast that he and current AEW star Morrissey might have been able to save ROH.
“Ring of Honor did not follow up that match with me and Cass. You could’ve sold out Madison Square Garden with Enzo and Cass, G.O.D., and the Briscoes in a tag team title match. You could’ve, you would’ve sold out the Garden again — and now Ring of Honor sold out to Tony Khan. The company would still maybe be alive if they booked that match. But then again, that’s on them.”
ROH took a break in December 2021 and made a comeback in April 2022. Ownership had shifted by the time the company returned, as AEW CEO Tony Khan announced he bought ROH around a month before Supercard of Honor.
The historic purchase was announced on the March 2nd episode of AEW Dynamite. ROH championship titles have since been defended numerous times on AEW programming. Big Cass is now a part of AEW as W Morrissey, but Enzo Amore has yet to step foot in Tony Khan’s company.
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