JBL And Corey Graves On Enzo Amore Being Kicked Off The Bus: "The Odds Are Completely Against Enzo"

Enzo Amore was recently kicked off a bus while traveling with other WWE stars and a few WWE commentators addressed the Enzo situation.

On the "Bring It To The Table" WWE Network program, host Peter Rosenberg talked about the recent rumors that Enzo was kicked off the bus and has heat backstage. 

Panelists JBL and Corey Graves talked about Enzo and confirmed that it happened. JBL talked about the history of such a practice and noted that people in WWE that got the same treatment that Enzo got by being kicked off the bus would usually not have much success in WWE. 

"There's been a history of this. We used to have wrestler's court where we mediate conflict between the guys. The Undertaker was the judge and I was the prosecuting attorney. Either The Godfather or Kane was the bailiff, but sometimes you circumvented the court completely and just threw guys out of the locker room or off buses all the time. The Miz was one of them. We've had ring announcers, we've had commentators, talent thrown out in the past. Here's what's bad about it. Most of those guys, except for Miz, never made it [in WWE]. Once the locker room turned against you, for whatever reason, they're sprayed with human repellant. They never made it. So the odds are completely against Enzo. Enzo is very talented, I've had a good, working relationship with him, but apparently there is a lot of problems with him and the rest of the world," JBL said.

Graves, on the other hand, admitted that he is not a fan of Enzo because of his loud attitude going on every single day, but did say that Enzo is a valuable member of WWE's roster.

"Truth be told, I want Enzo on the team. The guy has a ton of faults on-screen and off-screen. The guy you meet on Monday Night Raw is the same guy you see walking on a Wednesday afternoon. Enzo is Enzo 24 hours a day, seven days a week, which rubs people off the wrong way... I don't like Enzo. He's a fine guy. The guy you see on Monday nights is that guy 24 hours a day. There is no off switch. It rubs people the wrong way. That said, I genuinely hope he gets it together and gets back in the good graces of the guys, whether it be buying a couple of cases of Jack Daniels and get back on the good side of everybody. I think Enzo is a valuable addition to the roster," Graves said.

Graves' and JBL's comments can be seen on the July 31 edition of "Bring It To The Table" on the WWE Network at around 19:40.

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