Enzo Amore Says WWE Contacted Him For a Return

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Enzo Amore is one of the most controversial names in professional wrestling, as the former Cruiserweight Champion is always in the news for all the wrong reasons. Amore, who was released by WWE in 2018 following rape allegations, has transitioned to a rap career.

Enzo and Big Cass, now known as NZO & CazXL, appeared on Talk is Jericho recently, and talked about their current scenario. Amore talked about his infamous incident at Survivor Series 2018 when he was evicted from the arena by the security officials.

Amore said that he was contacted by WWE one week prior to the Survivor Series event, and he immediately rejected the offer. He said he wanted to make a major splash at the event, and he threw on a wig and bought second-row tickets for the show.

“So, they had called me a week before, bro … somebody called me from WWE, and it might have been Vince. It was the office’s number plus one.”

“But I had a few people in the office contact me about a month prior about coming back. Would I be interested, or where my head [was] at. [I was] like, ‘Hell no, I’m in a different headspace, I’m not trying to come back.’ I had bought Survivor Series tickets, that second-row seat about a month and a half prior, so I knew I was doing it. So by the time they called me, it was, ‘Do I answer this call, or do I show up at their PPV?’ And I knew, like I said, I wanted to book myself back into pro wrestling, and I wanted to be the nWo.”

Amore went on to talk about how WWE sent out a female security guard to evict him so that he couldn’t punch her and get out. He said that Lisa [the security official], let him go and he ran away from the police officials.

Amore said that he was pleased following this incident as he was trending #1 on Twitter, and had made Vince McMahon lose control. He went on to say that WWE banned anyone to do any form of business with him following this incident.

“The next day, a company-wide memo went out to anybody who was in the office to tell them not to talk to me. To not do business with me. And the next day, my picture was pasted all over the Staples Center, and told not to let me into the arena.”

Enzo Amore is probably one of the silliest characters in wrestling, and this is a perfect example of the same.