After Kalisto won the Cruiserweight Championship last night on Raw, many believed that we’ll see the rematch between him and the former Champion Enzo Amore on TLC.
Though a new post on the company’s official website has left fans wondering if we could see their rematch for the title as soon as tonight during the 205 Live.
WWE posted the following preview for tonight’s episode of 205 Live, questioning if Enzo will invoke his rematch clause against the Masked Star tonight:
“Will Enzo Amore invoke his rematch clause against new WWE Cruiserweight Champion Kalisto?
Last night on Raw, Enzo Amore’s gift of gab got him into a tight spot with Raw General Manager Kurt Angle. The Certified G believed took issue with Kalisto receiving a WWE Cruiserweight Championship opportunity at WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs. Angle listened to Enzo’s complaints and responded by telling The Realest Guy in the Room he would defend the WWE Cruiserweight Championship against Kalisto later that evening in a Lumberjack Match.
With few allies outside the ring, Enzo battled the Lucha Libre sensation but lost the WWE Cruiserweight Championship following a jaw-dropping Salida Del Sol from the top rope. The era of Enzo was over as Cedric Alexander and Mustafa Ali hoisted the new WWE Cruiserweight Champion on their shoulders in celebration. Following his victory, Kalisto dedicated the match to WWE Hall of Famer Eddie Guerrero, whose birthday was last night. For his part, Enzo was angered by the outcome of the match, specifically blaming Ali, who pulled Enzo from the ring during a pinfall in retaliation for Enzo attacking him earlier in the bout.
Has Kalisto restored the dignity of the division that the WWE 205 Live roster feels was lacking during Enzo’s reign, or will The Certified G invoke his rematch clause and attempt to win back his lady?”
It’s worth noting here that according to a report from Pwinsider, the original plans for Raw were for Enzo to defend his title against Neville, though it’s not known when the officials changed their mind.
It’s yet to be seen when or where Enzo Amore actually receives his rematch, though, after the company’s recent post, it’s possible that it will happen sooner rather than later.