Enzo Amore Kicked Out Of WWE Survivor Series; Banned From Staples Center

A wild Enzo Amore has appeared.

It's been an eventful week for Enzo Amore. First, he was kicked off a Delta flight on Nov. 15 for vaping and not following the instructions of a flight attendant. Enzo explained that he wasn't the one vaping, but that he wasn't going to snitch on the person who was and was kicked off for back talking an undercover flight attendant. Enzo was heading from New York to Los Angeles and said that he was able to catch the next flight.

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Earlier today, he released a rap album titled “Rosemary’s Baby Pt. 1: Happy Birthday." On the album he has a track called "Liv A 30 For 30," referencing his previous relationship with WWE superstar Liv Morgan. 

And tonight at WWE Survivor Series, he was spotted in the second row at the event. 

Enzo began causing a scene, which led to his dismissal from the arena.

Liv Morgan took to social media to give her thoughts on Enzo's actions.

After the incident, Enzo took to his instagram account to share a photo of himself in disguise.


Zero f--cks

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Bryan Alvarez of F4WOnline noted on Twitter that Enzo is now banned from the Staples Center.


PWInsider has provided more details on this situation and are reporting that the WWE production crew did their best to shoot around Amore causing a ruckus. The site added that there are some angry wrestlers in the back but they were told not to comment on the matter at all. There was also a young woman who claimed to have been injured during the scuffle of removing Amore from the Staples Center and she was taken out on a stretcher. There is no further update on her status at the moment.

Enzo is in Los Angeles this weekend for a performance Monday night at Whiskey A GoGo. He was released by WWE on Jan. 23 after allegations of sexual assault became public

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