In a recent interview with Title Match Wrestling, the former Cruiserweight Champion contrasted his relationship with WWE's boss and WWE's boss-to-be.
"I wouldn't be remiss to say that I think I was probably his favorite character he had on that show for about a year," Amore revealed. "Maybe he hated me, maybe he thought it was the funniest thing, I don't know, but I was booked more than any other guy with a microphone on TV for a year. In our rookie year,
Amore did often find himself with a microphone in his hand during Raw's third hour. While a highly polarizing character, Amore could evoke reactions from the WWE crowd — a skill not every wrestling is blessed with. Despite his so-so backstage reputation, Amore says that McMahon was always happy to see him at work
However, Triple H is a much different story. Amore has mentioned in the past he and The Game had a strained relationship, but he went into further detail with Title Match Wrestling.
"I knew that I was Hunter's red-headed stepchild," Amore admitted. "Hunter will sit in the room, browbeat me, and tell me I'm about to be fired, and then the next night, I get handed a microphone in the main event of Monday Night RAW. Vince is the one calling the shots."
[H/T Wrestling Inc.]