Once considered a fan favourite in the WWE, Enzo Amore's career went into a tailspin at the start of 2018.
After a run with the Cruiserweight Championship, Amore wrestled his last match for the company on January 8, and was released just two weeks later.
Why, you ask? Amore failed to notify the WWE that he was being investigated by police due to an alleged sexual assault, that was dropped four months later due to insufficient evidence.
Amore was never the most technically-gifted wrestler, but he was certainly an entertainer, and his lavish lifestyle has been widely publicised on his own Instagram account, so it should be no surprise that he turned to rapping once he left the sports entertainment business.
Just last night in-fact, Amore dropped his first album, under the name 'nZo', the date coinciding with one of WWE's big pay-per-views - Survivor Series.
And during the event, some fans spotted a familiar looking face that seemed like it was under a disguise one back from the front row in the Staples Center.
Some fans were skeptical, but as the bell rung for the third match on the card - AOP against The Bar, the crowd seemed noticeably audible, and the reason why was because Amore started to make a scene.
Removing his black-wigged disguise, Amore started to recite his well-known entrance on top of his chair, but was soon forcibly removed from view of the camera.
You can clearly see a security woman hastily dragging down Amore - it's the same one that tried to prevent New England Patriots star Rob Growkowski from interfering at WrestleMania 33, even though he was booked to do so.
Wrestling journalist Bryan Alvarez later reported that Amore was taken backstage by WWE officials and the police, and was removed from the arena and told never to return.
His ex-girlfriend and WWE star Liv Morgan also took a hilarious dig at Amore on Twitter after learning of his behaviour.
It's not been a great week for Enzo, who was removed from an aircraft a few days ago for refusing to stop vaping when asked, and now he's being lambasted from all corners of the globe for his antics in Los Angeles in what seemed like a clear publicity stunt.
But from his point of view, all publicity is good publicity, right?
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