Enzo Amore is returning to professional wrestling. The promotion responsible for this is House of Glory, run by wrestler Amazing Red. The promotion has been running shows out of New York for the last 6 years. Their most recent event featured members of the Latin American Xchange and Juventud Guerrera.
The event will take place August 17th, 2018 from Jamaica, New York. There will be a pre-show Meet and Greet scheduled at NYC Arena as well. Amore now appears to be going under the name “Real1”, which has been his social media handle for some time now.
It is not yet clear if Enzo will be wrestling on the show or just making an appearance.
?BREAKING:@real1 will be LIVE at House of Glory’s biggest event of the year “High Intensity 7” August 17th at the NYC Arena!
— House Of Glory Wrestling (@HOGwrestling) June 10, 2018
What’s Going On With Enzo Amore?
Shortly after being cleared from a criminal investigation, Enzo released a rap video through World Star Hip-Hop. His first single took shots at his accuser, even referencing that her wages would be garnished due to the impact her accusations had on his career.
Enzo then released his second music video recently. The track “Bury Me A G” was released on June 7th, 2018 and has almost a half a million views on YouTube already. His first track “Phoenix” is up over 2 million views.
Enzo recently shared some advice given to him by the late Dusty Rhodes:
“Dusty Rhodes gave me the best advice I ever got in life,” Real1 Tweeted.“You could be good, you could be bad, or you could be different. Be different.”
Amore’s last professional wrestling match was on January 21st, 2018. The match took place on a 205 Live house show. Amore successfully defended his Cruiserweight Championship against Cedric Alexander in a match which also featured Nia Jax as the special referee.