Enzo Amore is still shooting.
In a new clip from Enzo Amore's extensive three-hour shoot interview with Title Match Wrestling, the Realest Guy in the Room discussed payouts once the WWE Network came along.
"Payouts got a million times worse," stated Enzo. "Now, because of the WWE Network, they can hide the numbers and not payout the boys the money that they should get based on old school booking. I understood what it was going to do."
The WWE Network launched in January 2014 while Enzo was still in NXT, a brand that didn't run pay-per-view events until the first TakeOver (called Arrival) in February 2014. All TakeOver events have aired on the WWE Network.
Enzo continued, admiring the McMahon family for their creation and stranglehold on the business
"I also understood who I was up against -- mob ties, dad, wife in Donald Trump's cabinet, owns all the footage in wrestling history because of the foresight to do something like the Network. That's a battle I want to be a part of. I want to learn that more than I want to learn the in-ring shit."
You can listen to the full clip with Enzo, where he also discusses the art of selling, in the video above.