It's now been well over a month since Survivor Series took place in Los Angeles, and despite WWE putting on a decent-enough show, all eyes were on Enzo Amore.
As AOP's cross-branded tag match with The Bar was about to begin, a familiar face stood up in the front row and the crowd noise appeared to rise.
It was only on closer inspection to the fans at home that it was indeed Enzo, who tried to hijack the show by reciting his well-known entrance to the thousands in attendance.
His plan was quickly scuppered though by security staff who intervened and removed him from the arena, and WWE reacted by blacklisting Enzo from all future events.
An image even circulated on social media of the company brandishing Enzo's face to door staff at the Raw after Survivor Series so that he could not pull off another stunt like the night before.
Not one to stay out of the limelight for long though, Amore reappeared last night in New York City, where WWE were hosting their traditional December 26 show at Madison Square Garden.
Coincidentally, Amore had a show booked for the exact same night under his new rap pseudonym 'nZo', and some of his former wrestling fans spotted him loitering around the famous arena before the kick-off of the show.
It seemed as though for some time that Enzo may have been planning another stunt like he did at Survivor Series, but that wasn't to be the case.
His attention seeking acts have made him become increasingly unlikable to some sections of WWE fans, and he's certainly not on great terms with the higher-ups of the company.
Bridges have well and truly been burnt and should Amore want to return to wrestling in the future if the rap experiment doesn't work, you cannot imagine it will be WWE he turns out for.
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