Former WWE and NXT star Enzo Amore and AEW wrestler Joey Janela have apparently ended their long-standing feud, which had culminated in a physical altercation at a concert in 2019. Janela tweeted a photo of him and Amore shaking hands, comparing it to the famous reconciliation between rappers Nas and Jay-Z.

According to a report from Fightful Select, Janela and Amore were both attending the official New York Giants NFL Draft party at MetLife Stadium on Thursday, and they both had mutual friends at the event. That’s when Amore approached Janela’s table, and Janela offered a handshake to squash their past issues.

Janela thanked Amore, and Amore also thanked Janela for ending his past issues with Big Cass, Amore’s former tag team partner in WWE. The two wrestlers briefly talked about wrestling at the party before Amore left.

The original incident between Janela and Amore occurred in July 2019, when Amore and Big Cass controversially crashed a Ring of Honor event at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Janela criticized Amore on Twitter for “making a joke out of the wrestling business” and challenged him to a legitimate fight at a future indie event.


However, before that could happen, Janela and Amore encountered each other at a Blink-182 and Lil’ Wayne concert at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ. The altercation was caught on video, and Janela later expressed regret for his actions in an interview with Chris Van Vliet in 2022.

It is unclear if Janela and Amore will collaborate in the future, either in the ring or outside of it. However, the fact that they were able to put their differences aside and move on from their past conflict is a positive development for both wrestlers and the wrestling community as a whole.

What are your thoughts on Enzo Amore and Joey Janela ending their feud? Do you think this reconciliation could lead to a future collaboration between the two wrestlers? Leave a comment.

Steve Carrier

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