clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Enzo Amore removed from WWE live events while Bubba Ray Dudley keeps their feud alive on Twitter

Though his concussion diagnosis counts as "good news" in a relative sense, and led to some great goofing around pictures with Colin Cassady and Kevin Owens at the medical facility in Chicagoland, there's still a ways to go for Enzo Amore following the scary scene were he lost conciousness following a spot in his match with Cass against the Vaudevillains at Payback.

WWE has removed his name from live event announcements through May 20. Cass is still listed for those shows, but it will probably be difficult to build a program for Extreme Rules on May 22 with only half the team.

It's not out of the question, however, especially when Bubba Ray Dudley - half the team many believe was supposed to run in and cost Zo & Cass the match last night in order to further their feud - Tweeted what amounts to an in-character "get well soon" message earlier this afternoon:

It's possible Amore could be removed from more dates if results of concussion testing warrants it, but it's unlikely he'd be brought back sooner, given WWE's labeling the injury as a concussion and all of their efforts to position themselves as a leader in research and prevention of head trauma since Daniel Bryan's retirement.

We'll keep you posted.

Sign up for the newsletter Sign up for the Cageside Seats Daily Roundup newsletter!

A daily roundup of all your pro wrestling news from Cageside Seats