Why would Joey want a shoot fist fight? He’s a professional wrestler not pro street fighter. No good outcome would happen if he was in a fight and aew might even let him go if he did. Joey did nothing wrong except want to say hi to a fellow wrestler, how dare he...Looks like Joey wanted no part in a shoot fist fight with enzo but thats just my opinion
Im guessing this wasnt a work bc Enzo looks like he was legit ready to throw some hands..all Janela had to do was step up but he kept backing up, Enzo also seemed drunk and ready to risk it all lmao
I dont really care for either performer but if this was legit real, its a terrible look for the both of them and the Twitter nonsense doesnt help
MJF and Enzo need to team up and roast the whole roster. I'd feel sorry for any geek being sent out there with a mic against those 2 :brock4Enzo is hilarious i don’t care what anyone says. He’s the type of personality that you put up with because he’s worth it. I don’t give a shit about his in ring skills he’s one of the top mic workers WWE has had in years
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Imagine the heat that they would both generate on the mic on a live show in front of an audience, wow it would be massiveMJF and Enzo need to team up and roast the whole roster. I'd feel sorry for any geek being sent out there with a mic against those 2 <img src="https://i.imgur.com/uSf7hLd.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Brock" class="inlineimg" />Enzo is hilarious i don’t care what anyone says. He’s the type of personality that you put up with because he’s worth it. I don’t give a shit about his in ring skills he’s one of the top mic workers WWE has had in years
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Shrimp??? In that video Nzo is bigger then Joey!
I like AEW and I know people hate Nzo, (not me) but this makes Joey look bad! The “Bad Boy” of wrestling getting punked. Imagine old school tough guys like Sandman, New Jack, and Tommy Dreamer running from a fight (that he attempted to start btw). Save me the he has a contract stuff. And after watching some of “Don't die Joey Janela” I’m not sure he’s a great locker room guy either.
As usual, there are two sides to every story and then there is the truth. Enzo says that Janela approached him and upon him introducing himself, Enzo threw Janela's hands down and Janela punked out. Janela says that he just simply introduced himself and then the "shittiest fight" ensued. I don't know. When Enzo says "I'll whoop your drunk ass", it leads me to believe that Janela could have been drunk and maybe talked some shit to Enzo. I don't know.
Personally, I like both wrestlers. In a world where wrestling is just too boring and stale, Enzo was like a breath of fresh air. There's nobody like him on the mic; his interviews were just legendary. He has the gift of gab like nobody else. I may be a little biased too. I met him and although he was a bit loud and gregarious, it was all in a good way as he was very gracious, nice, and very cool. I've never met or seen Janela live, but he just looks like a rock star. In YouTube clips I've seen, he just comes out with excitement and charisma and showmanship. IMO, wrestling really needs more people like both Enzo and Janela.
It's also funny because I know the exact venue where this happened, the PNC Bank Arts Center in Jersey. I've been going there for 20 years, rocking out to shows, and I know the exact location of their altercation. Right in front of the main concession stand, to the left of the stage, further in the back, kind of by where you enter to go to your seats.
I actually saw on one wrestling site where they thought that this was a work, to set up some match between the two of them next year. I don't buy it. Although wrestling has thrived off of works in the past, this all looked pretty spontaneous and real to me.