There is no doubt that the man formerly known as Enzo Amore is a bit controversial. He has never been that one to watch what he says. He has no filter and stays as real as they get. And that is why he has found a bit of controversy. He has released multiple rap songs under the names of “Real1” and “nZo” that have allowed him to be heard even louder.
After first being released from WWE due to allegations against him, nZo said he was done wrestling. It wasn’t until April 2019 at the G1 Supercard in Madison Square Garden that nZo made an appearance with Big Cass, now CazXL, jumping the barricade. While nothing else ever came from the incident, the internet was talking about it for weeks.
After MSG, nZo looked to Northeast Wrestling to stir up some trouble. nZo would have his first official match in September, facing off against Brian Pillman Jr. Since then, he hasn’t looked back and is still as solid on the microphone as ever. While he is a bit hard to handle, he is worth the money that comes with him. How ya doin’?
It’s a shame to see that Chris Hero’s time in WWE has come to an end again. After releasing him first in 2013, Hero, as Kassius Ohno, was re-signed in December 2016. He would make his on-screen return a month later. Like many fans, I expected this as a chance for Ohno to prove his worth in NXT.
Unfortunately, Ohno never was given his opportunity to truly shine like any fan of him knows that he can do. He had everything needed to be a star in NXT, but now that’s all came to an end again. Ohno was caught in the mass amount of releases from WWE this past April due to the current pandemic. However, with Ohno gone, he has already teased the return of the Hero.
Surprisingly, Hero has only wrestled for Impact Wrestling, then TNA, a handful of times in 2003 and 2004. While many people were making their names in the company like AJ Styles and Samoa Joe, Hero made his name known in Ring of Honor. However, it may be time for Chris Hero to arrive in Impact Wrestling and make his name known once again.