Former Cruiserweight Champion Vows To Never Wrestle Again

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Enzo Amore isn’t considered to be the most popular former WWE star in the world right now, but it’s hard to deny that Amore was one of the best talkers in the company throughout his time there and his personality will be a huge miss for the business.

Amore was released from the company earlier this year amidst charges of sexual assault stemming from an incident in the fall of 2017.





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Amore has since moved into a career in the rap business and seems quite happy to be away from the business that he once dominated now that he has found his true calling.

Amore recently appeared at the Athletes vs. Cancer charity flag football game in L.A where according to CageSideSeats, he told reporters that he wasn’t going to return to the ring “in a million years” before going on to confirm that “there ain’t nobody who’s got enough money to put me back in the ring…”

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Amore was once a popular star in NXT alongside Big Cass before the two stars were brought up to the main roster and then WWE made the controversial decision to split up the duo by having Cass attack Enzo backstage a number of times.

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Amore isn’t the only member of the team who is no longer wrestling in WWE since Big Cass was released from the company a few weeks ago as well and has since gone on to become Big Cazz on the Independent circuit.

There were reports that Enzo and Cass were set to link up on the Independent Circuit since there were a number of promoters who were interested in booking the duo for their upcoming shows. Sadly it appears that this isn’t something that will be coming into fruition in the near future.

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