Get the strap ready.
Enzo Amore is making plenty of noise for a wrestler the WWE dumped to the side. During his tenure in the WWE, Enzo exuded charisma as the mouthpiece for the Enzo & Cass tag team. His do-over as a rapper, as "Real1," came as no surprise to fans of the sport who'd seen him cut promos in full limerick mode.
Last night, Enzo or Real1 as he prefers to be called, enlisted resident tough guy 50 Cent as they berated ficitional characters from Creed, namely Sylvester Stallone's Rocky Balboa and Michael B. Jordan's character of Adonis Johnson.
The promo plays out like a verbal exercise designed to keep him limber assuming he decided to ply his trade on the independent circuit. 50 Cent on the other hand is no stranger to creating a hype train, as he did once before with Kanye West, losing the wager to Graduation off the strength of its first week sales. The promo went a little something like this: "Adonis, your father's a bitch. How you feel about them apples, huh?” Amore says as 50 cent daps him up. "Come on, kid. One, two. One, two. Drop you like a deuce. You don’t want that smoke. I want all that smoke."
Incidentally, Enzo Amore has released a video titled "Bury Me a G." Give it a look before you write him off.