Enzo Amore Returns to Social Media Sporting a New Look

Lawrence Kim
May 17, 2018

But today is a good day to be Enzo Amore because it looks like police have informed his counsel that the investigation is over and he's totally in the clear.

Phoenix Police Department have now said there is "insufficient evidence" and announced all investigations have now been closed.

"The support has carried him through these events and opened his eyes to the faith and loyalty of those who have cheered and followed his career". Cargill also states Amore is working on his "next venture in the entertainment industry" and wants to reconnect with his fans, is grateful for their support.

Arndt was suspended by WWE on January 22 as part of their zero tolerance policy for matters involving sexual harassment and sexual assault. In 2016, Big Cass and Amore made the jump to the main roster, vying for but failing to win the tag team titles.

However, his erratic behavior that earned him being expelled from the Superstars bus could become his biggest problem to solve if he sought reintegration in the company.

Enzo had been quiet on social media since he was released from WWE back in January, with only one photo appearing on his Instagram account teasing a possible retirement from pro wrestling. At all times, Mr. Arndt fully and unequivocally denied such accusation and remained confident in clearing his name. As confirmed by the police statement, not enough evidence has been found to blame Amore for the facts, leaving the investigation totally closed.

The 5ft 11, 200lb wrestler was known for his creative trash talk and charismatic in-ring style.

The self-described Certified G was sacked just days before he had been due to defend his championship against Cedric Alexander at the Royal Rumble.

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