From the WWE Rumor Mill: Enzo Amore to be cut from upcoming episode of Undercover Boss
What's the story?
News on Enzo Amore has been scarce since his release, but Ryan Satin from Pro Wrestling Sheet has revealed that the former WWE Cruiserweight Champion was set to be part of an upcoming episode of Undercover Boss, but is now going to be removed from the show.
In case you didn't know...
Enzo Amore was released from the company during the RAW 25th Anniversary week after allegations of sexual assault were raised against him by an alleged victim on Twitter. The investigation is still ongoing as far as we're aware, with no further developments being made public since then. Allegedly, Amore kept the proceedings a secret from the company, and this lead to his release.
The heart of the matter
Ryan Satin claimed that sources have told him that Enzo Amore is being edited out of the upcoming WWE themed episode of Undercover Boss due to the allegations that have been made against him.
"Multiple sources tell us WWE filmed an episode for season nine before the investigation was made public and Enzo was involved in one of the scenes. We’re told Amore wasn’t integral to the episode and since the premiere date for the CBS show isn’t set in stone, editors will have plenty of time to cut him out."
This should reinforce WWE's feelings towards the former Cruiserweight Champion, even though he is yet to be charged or found guilty for the alleged crimes he's committed.
Enzo Amore doesn't seem to be missed all that much on 205 Live or the main roster, especially with Drake Maverick organising the new title tournament, which is bringing the WWE Universe some excellent matches.
I'm personally not too sure how WWE would even do Undercover Boss, given that the bosses are all very well known, not just within the company, but as public figures. Nevertheless, I'm looking forward to watching the episode.