As we saw on Raw last night, After Enzo had finished giving his little pep talk to his flunkies, Nia Jax appeared and was giving Enzo the ol' Buffalo Eye, asked how he was doin', the live crowd popped and Nia exited off screen leaving Enzo looking a little winded. According to the WON, the romance angle is being done to give Nia Jax something to do that doesn't involve Absolution with the thinking being that it'll be difficult to get Sonya Deville and Mandy Rose over if paired against Nia so quickly. So Nia Jax is being kept away from Absolution until the company feels that Deville and Rose have built up credibility. The report also states that there's a possibility of Nia appearing on 205 Live and that it might draw more attention to the show. As for the explanation of keeping Nia away from Absolution, I think it's a good call; it's probably partially why Absolution hasn't attacked Asuka because the group as a whole needs credibility. Nia Jax has been dominant over the most accomplished women on Raw while Asuka, taking her time in NXT into account, is even more dominant and half Nia's size, so it's a definite positive that WWE realizes that Sonya Deville or Mandy Rose would lose what momentum they currently have. As for Nia helping draw more fans to 205 Live, it's possible but I think it's short sighted. For the last two episodes of Raw, fans have been into the Cruiserweight matches instead of mostly sitting on their hands. Why? Because there's been an actual story that's simple, easy to believe & invest in and, therefore, has been a reason to have the matches in the first place. The winner of the two fatal fourway matches meet up and the winner of their singles match is the #1 contender for the Cruiserweight Championship; it's a simple story but one that's logical, easily understood and has a valid purpose for the Cruiserweights. Instead of relying on some comedy romance gimmick, go the simple route of giving actual storylines and character development. As for the angle as a whole, I already have major misgivings about it. On the surface, this whole romance bit between little Enzo and big Nia looks like classic Vince McMahon comedic tastes; there's a very good chance fans will be subjected to nauseating skits designed to poke fun at the oddball couple with "comedy" that does little more than make some people uncomfortable due to Vince's often classless and tasteless humor. With that being said, however, there's a chance that this could be a positive evolution in Nia's character. Nia doesn't exactly seem to be overflowing with personality and charisma, so MAYBE this will help fans to invest in her more as a character. The problem is that history is against Vince, we've seen these sort of weirdo comedic romance pairings in the past and they've made for some pretty lousy television.