Enzo Amore Relationship, Bio, Age, Height, Net Worth, WIki
Enzo Amore Sources estimate his net worth to be $250,000
Do you know Who is Enzo Amore?
Eric Arndt was born on December 8, 1986, in Hackensack, New Jersey, USA, and is a retired professional wrestler best known for his tenure with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), where he performed under the ring name Enzo Amore. He was a two-time Cruiserweight Champion and half of the NXT Tag Team of the Year in 2015.
Enzo Amore: Early Life and Family
Enzo was born in Hackensack but raised in adjacent Waldwick, where he attended Waldwick High School and played for the school’s American football team.
He matriculated at Salisbury University, where he played safety and linebacker for the Sea Gulls NCAA Division III team from 2007 to 2009 before graduating with a degree in media.
Enzo Amore Dating Life (Relationship)
In terms of his personal life, little is known regarding Amore’s romantic relationships. He’s been involved with various women, but not in long-term partnerships. In 2018, a woman accused him of raping her in a Phoenix, Arizona hotel room a few months earlier, prompting an investigation by the Phoenix Police Department and his suspension for violating WWE’s zero tolerance policy for sexual assault and harassment. He was sacked the next day for failing to notify WWE of the probe. Enzo Amore rejected all claims leveled against him, and the case was subsequently dismissed owing to a lack of evidence.
He is well-known for his long association with wrestler Big Cass, also known as William Morrissey. Before joining WWE, the two became friends while playing basketball in Manhattan, New York, about a decade before their NXT debut. Their friendship, however, dissolved in 2017 when Amore accused Cass of failing to finish their match after injuring his knee.
Despite having been out of the company for nearly a year and no longer wrestling, he remains active in the professional wrestling world, having been interviewed by several wrestling periodicals. He usually discusses the current condition of wrestling and reminisces about his time working for WWE. He also visited Survivor Series in late 2018 and caused a commotion, which resulted in his removal from the event.
Enzo Amore’s Net worth, Earnings
How wealthy is Enzo Amore? Sources estimate his net worth to be $250,000 as of early 2019, earned primarily through a successful career in professional wrestling. Since leaving wrestling, he has focused more on music activities, and it is believed that his wealth will grow as his career progresses.
Following graduation, he worked as a DJ and a New York Jets ticket seller, as well as a manager at Hooters and as a piano mover. He had no wrestling experience before working with WWE but had been training at DeFranco’s Training Systems in Wyckoff, New Jersey since the age of 16, and by happenstance began training with WWE executive and professional wrestler Triple H.
The Road to Wrestling
As a lifelong fan of wrestling, Amore made a video of himself doing exercises and cutting a promo and showed it to Triple H, who gave him a chance for a tryout at WWE, resulting in his signing in 2012 under the ring name Eric Anthony, but debuting in the developmental brand NXT the following year as a heel, working as a loudmouth and stereotypical cocky “Jersey Shore” personality. There, he allied with William Morrissey, who went by the stage name Colin Cassady; they formed a tag team, but he fractured his leg while training.
The following year, he returned and resumed his association with Cassady, competing in an NXT Tag Team Championship tournament before allying with female wrestler Carmella. They unsuccessfully competed for the NXT Tag Team Championship multiple times, and following “WrestleMania 32,” the tandem made their main roster debut and feuded with several tag teams, unsuccessfully challenging for tag team titles. They were recruited to the Raw brand during the 2016 WWE Draft, however, it was subsequently revealed that his partner Cassidy – or Big Cass – had betrayed him, destroying their wrestling partnership and beginning a feud between the two. Their match, however, was called off after Cass sustained a serious knee injury.
Departure and Cruiserweight Title
In 2017, Enzo joined the “205 Live” brand to compete in the cruiserweight division, where he won the belt before turning heel. He lost the championship against Kalisto before reclaiming it in a rematch at TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs, and successfully defended it at Survivor Series before becoming inactive due to illness. In January 2018, he was suspended following a sexual assault case, which resulted in the suspension of his championship defense and the revocation of his belt.
He decided to leave professional wrestling and pursue a music career. He has released two tracks, “Phoenix” and “Bury Me a G,” as well as his debut album, “Rosemary’s Baby Pt. 1: Happy Birthday,” under the stage names Real1 and now.