WWE had one of the most entertaining superstars on the roster back in 2018 in the form of Enzo Amore. The superstar with the ‘Certified G’ gimmick used to bring funny antics on each of the segments that he features in.
But the situation changed as he got involved in a sexual harassment case which led to his departure.
Recently, rumors started to spread that he may be intending to come back to WWE after receiving an initial offer.
Speaking with Hannibal TV, Enzo Amore stated that initial reports “definitely came from them [WWE]” was true. But he didn’t start any rumors to spread the news of a return. He even has proof that it all started because of someone within the WWE.
“I do have confirmation that it was not obviously me, it was somebody in their organization. My phone has been ringing,” Enzo Amore said. “I’m not saying it’s WWE. I’m not saying it’s the other organizations. I’m just saying, I’m a free agent in the pro wrestling world.”
“You can have to understand the gratitude for the opportunity I was given. When you join the mob, you don’t talk about the mob. You continue to appreciate the time you had, but at the same time, move on.
Know exactly what it is that you brought to the table, believe in yourself, stay confident, stay inspired, and take the opportunities they give you and create your own platform.”
Enzo Amore was the cornerstone of the Cruiserweight division back at the beginning of 2018. He was the title-holder of this division and carrying the load on both WWE Raw and 205 Live.
Things changed abruptly when the 25th anniversary of WWE Raw arrived. WWE released him off the contract, all of a sudden.
The accusation against him was of a rape. A woman allegedly accused him of sexual harassment against him.
The WWE officials had no clues about this as Enzo Amore did not inform them about it earlier. Later the internet was talking about this, all over.
So WWE had no choice but to show him the door from the company. Later, he managed to get rid of all the accusations put against him which generated the possibility of an in-ring return.