Enzo Amore has been long-gone from WWE for a while now, but he's still definitely in peoples minds after the stunt he pulled at last month's Survivor Series in Los Angeles.
Only a few people spotted his face in the crowd on the television in the moments leading up to his stunt, but social media blew up when it was revealed that Enzo had actually tried to hijack the show from his seat.
With WWE trying to desperately not show the distinct look of Amore on camera during AOP's match with The Bar, security intervened as quick as they could to restrain the former Cruiserweight Champion, and he was thrown out of the building.
And the next night signs were put up at the doors of the Staples Center which stated that Amore was banned from the arena and all WWE events going forward
He could have easily tried to pull another stunt this past week as he was pictured outside Madison Square Garden on the same night that the company had a live event at the famous arena.
But aside from a few pictures showing up on social media with fans, there was no hijacking and no stunt.
Amore had an appearance that night at a comedy club, and told the attendees why he really tried to hijack the show in November from the second row.
“Why did I do it? It had nothing to do with my music," stated Enzo, per NoDQ.
"I’ll tell you why I did it - cause I knew for a fact Vince McMahon would be heated more than anything in the world - but he’d respect the f**k out of it.
"That’s why I did it, because it was about one person, and that was it. Because I proved to him that I could beat him at his own game of statistics and numbers, and this that and the other, and I don’t even work for your company. I broke no laws, I bought a ticket.”
We have no idea if Vince really respected it - chances are he didn't - but it just seems like a childish thing for Enzo to do in the first place.
There's every chance he could have been bitter about the terms of his release earlier that year, but it's still no excuse for his actions.
It also means that should he give up on his music career, a return to WWE definitely will never be in the works.
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