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Amore: I’ll never wrestle again

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Former WWE performer Enzo Amore says he’ll never wrestle again, according to TMZ Sports. He was fired by the WWE back in January.

It was later discovered that he was fired by the company after he allegedly did not tell the company that he was being investigated for an alleged rape in Phoenix, Arizona. He was not charged in May due to a lack of evidence.

Enzo Amore says he'll never wrestle again

Enzo Amore in the WWE ring (Photo by the WWE)

Eric Arndt is his real name. He was caught by the TMZ Sports crew during an Athletes vs. Cancer charity flag football game in Los Angeles, California on Sunday night.

He told the crew that he has moved on in life. He told them that he’s focusing his efforts on music and acting.

“There ain’t nobody who’s got enough money to put me back in the ring, kind,” he said. “Not unless it’s ‘Creed 3’ dog and I’m fighting [Adonis Creed].”

Amore recently released a rap song. He told the crew that he’ll be dropping his first rap album soon.

The 31-year-old New Jersey native spent eight-years working with the WWE, beginning in 2012. He had just nine matches this year. He had 406 career matches within the WWE.

He was a two-time WWE Cruiserweight Champion. He initially held the belt for 15 days from September 24th, 2017 through October 9th, 2017.

Amore then re-captured the belt on WWE Cruiserweight Champion on October 22nd, 2017 through January 23rd, 2018. He held the belt for the second-time for 93 days.

His last match with the WWE came on January 21st, 2018. He defeated Cedric Alexander with special referee Nia Jax in a WWE 205 Live House show at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie, New York.

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