As reported by The Dirty Sheets via our “DS Breaking News” show on YouTube and iTunes, one of the main reasons Enzo Amore will be in shark cage this Sunday is because the superstar is intensely afraid of heights.

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Following on from that, we have learned that putting Enzo is a shark
cage is one of WWE’s ways of punishing Amore for his indiscretions. According to our source, the WWE are keen to make an example of Enzo, however, the company have NO PLANS to fire him, as he is one of the company’s top merchandise sellers, outselling “many names that would surprise you.”

Is Enzo’s Job in Jeopardy?

New Exclusive Details Regarding Enzo’s Backstage Heat

We at the Dirty Sheets enquired about Enzo’s backstage heat and our sources confirmed that it was nuclear and that he really was thrown off the tour.


We received “exclusive” information about the controversial star. We were told that Enzo is not too dissimilar to his on screen persona- in that he’s cocky and abrasive. He has also irked several talents with his backstage conduct. Our source offered the example, “when the guys say ‘thanks for the match’ as you do (after a match), he would say ‘you’re welcome’ instead of returning the thank you.”

Major Backstage Heat With Mike Kanellis

The Real reason why the WWE are not pushing Mike Kanellis

What’s the story?

As reported by The Dirty Sheets via our “DS Breaking News” show on YouTube and iTunes, Naomi is set to remain the SmackDown Women’s Champion throughout 2017.

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In case you didn’t know

Mike Kanellis, formerly Mike Bennett, debuted the Money in the Bank PPV.
We were the first people break the story that Bennett would coming to the WWE. You read our story here:

The heart of the matter

Many hardcore fans have questioned the booking of Kanellis since his debut, some even going as far as branding Kanellis a “jobber” on Twitter.

However, we can exclusively reveal that the reason the WWE are not high on Kanellis is because of the shape he arrived in.

Our source revealed the feeling within the WWE is, “Mike signed two months before he came in and it looks like he just sat on his couch. The company don’t get it. He’s one of the guys who said it’s his dream to be here and he doesn’t even get in shape for it.”

What’s next?

Kanellis is unlikely to even occupy a spot on upcoming SummerSlam card, with 12 matches already set for the summer spectacular.

Author’s Take

I was one of the many who questioned Bennett’s poor booking, however, the reasoning I was given makes a lot of sense. He had the option to get into the best shape of his career, with full access to the WWE’s performance center facility, however, he failed to do anything whilst off. Where as the couch comment may be slightly harsh, it certainly isn’t out of left field.