Enzo Amore Crashes Survivor Series, Injures Fan, Kicked Out And Banned From Staples Center

Former WWE Superstar Enzo Amore was present (in disguise) in the second row of the Staples Center at Survivor Series.

Amore tried to hijack the show as he proceeded to stand up on the chair to cause a scene during the match between AOP and The Bar. The former 205 Live Champion was soon taken down by the security guard and kicked out of the arena.

What’s interesting is the fact that the security guard was the same woman who tackled Rob Gronkowski at WrestleMania 33 when the American footballer hopped the rail to proceed to the ring to help Mojo Rawley win the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal. Although the segment was scripted, the security guard wasn’t well-informed which caused her to tackle Gronkowski.

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Outside the arena, the Los Angeles Police Department caught up with Amore. As confirmed by multiple reports, Amore’s appearance wasn’t an angle and Kevin Dunn had specifically instructed the cameramen not to show the “Certified G” on camera.

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According to PWInsider, Enzo also injured an innocent female fan who was seated near him around the time he was booted off the arena. During the physical scramble, Amore bumped into the woman who was knocked over. She continued to hold her arm in pain and had to be stretchered out .

According to Bryan Alvarez of the Wrestling Observer, Amore has been banned permanently from the Staples Center. It goes without saying that the lifetime ban will prevent Amore from attending any future events in the glorious arena in Los Angeles.

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Amore also released his latest album shortly before Survivor Series and one of the tracks is on his ex-girlfriend and current WWE Superstar Liv Morgan. The lyrics didn’t say anything nice about the Riott Squad member who later took to Twitter to comment on his ex-boyfriend being kicked out of Survivor Series. Good riddance!

Following his exit from the Staples Center, Amore tweeted: