I didn't mean to imply Enzo didnt have the it factor or the ability to entertain. It's undeniable what he's done to bring eyes to the division.Well, sorry, but that's just how the business works. Being a great wrestler doesn't guarantee you get over.
You have a certain spark that goes over with the audience, and you'll get, ideally, a good spot. People like being entertained by Enzo, and that's a GOOD thing.
The way people like Enzo Amore should lay to rest the persistent myth that "smarks" only like "dives".
If you have a great charisma, and Enzo does, you should get a good spot. If you don't draw ANY heat, or ANY viewers, you're a placeholder. Simple as that.
Really, the far bigger story in all of this is that Vince, who humiliated Enzo on a weekly basis for sport, didn't fuck up Enzo, and instead installed him in a semi-important spot because people react to him.
That's a real miracle. Because usually, if someone gets over on his own without Vince's consent, he is beaten and humiliated.
And he did try with Enzo, but it didn't work. So, he casts him away to the cruiserweights, and he's still over.
Enzo did in two weeks more than Neville did in a year for that division.
I also think it absolutely should light fires under everyone elses butt. It shouldn't make them necessarily happy.
Neville was so pissed he walked, the rest I hope get angry and but do something extra to stand out.