Enzo making his first post-WWE wrestling appearance in his hometown.
Enzo Amore has been in headlines over the recent weeks due to him releasing his new music video entitled "Phoenix" which was a song that the former WWE star made in retaliation to the woman who accused him of sexual assault which in-turn derailed his career in the sports-entertainment company.
On the day of the 25th anniversary of RAW special Enzo was suspended from WWE due to sexual assault accusations placed on him by way of the aforementioned accuser. The Phoenix Police Department soon confirmed that Amore was indeed under investigation for an alleged sexual assault claim in Arizona that was brought to the authorities attention in October of 2017. As the day of RAW 25 rolled on Enzo Amore would be fired from WWE due to the company's zero tolerance policy for sexual harassment and/or sexual assault.
Reports made the rounds that Enzo did not inform WWE about the police's investigation of him which was one of the reasons that led to his termination from the company. Enzo immediately denied the allegations placed against him and last month the Phoenix Police Department closed their investigation on Amore due to lack of evidence. Shortly after he was cleared of all accusations Amore changed his "stage-name" to 'Real1' and released the song 'Phoenix' which as mentioned was his response to his accuser and also the journalists who covered the situation. The music video began with Amore sitting in the basement of a "wrestling fan's" house as RAW 25 is on the television and as the news of his suspension breaks the fan rushes to a computer to pass the news along.
The former two-time WWE Cruiserweight Champion has not made a wrestling appearance since mid-January during a 205 Live house show. Amore's streak of not being involved in pro wrestling will come to an end come August 17th as the New York based wresting promotion 'House Of Glory' announced via social media that Real1 will be making an appearance at their biggest event of the year entitled 'High Intensity 7' on August 17th in Queens.