Eric Arndt (born December 8, 1986) is an American professional wrestler who performs on the independent circuit under the ring name nZo. He is best known for his tenure with WWE, where he performed under the ring name Enzo Amore.

Enzo Amore
Enzo Amore in May 2017.jpg
Arndt in May 2017
Birth nameEric Arndt
Born (1986-12-08) December 8, 1986 (age 35)
Hackensack, New Jersey, United States
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)Enzo Amore[1]
Eric Anthony[2]
Billed height5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)[1]
Billed weight200 lb (91 kg)[1]
Billed fromHackensack, New Jersey[1]
Trained byWWE Performance Center
DebutOctober 25, 2012[2]

In WWE, he came to prominence for his partnership with Big Cass, whom he teamed with from 2013 to 2017. Together, they won the NXT Year-End Award for Tag Team of the Year in 2015. He was later moved to the 205 Live brand, where he was a two-time Cruiserweight Champion. Since leaving WWE, he has also embarked on a rap music career initially under the name Real1,[3] but now goes under the same name he uses on the independent circuit.

Early lifeEdit

Arndt was born in Hackensack, New Jersey[4] on December 8, 1986.[2] He grew up in Waldwick, New Jersey, where he attended Julia A. Traphagen School and Crescent School and Waldwick High School. He played football at Waldwick High.[4] Arndt continued his football career at Division III (NCAA) Salisbury University, playing linebacker and safety for the Sea Gulls from 2007 to 2009.[4][5][6] Arndt ultimately earned a degree in journalism.[4] He formerly worked as a DJ and ticket salesman for the New York Jets,[5] a piano mover, and a manager at Hooters.[4]

Professional wrestling careerEdit

WWE (2012–2018)Edit

Early career (2012–2013)Edit

Arndt had no prior wrestling experience before WWE signed him.[7] He had trained with Joe DeFranco at the DeFranco's Training Systems gym in Wyckoff, New Jersey since the age of 16. By chance, WWE executive Triple H also started training with DeFranco; Arndt, a lifelong fan of professional wrestling, made a compilation video of himself doing various exercises and cutting a promo. When DeFranco showed the video to Triple H, Arndt was given a tryout at WWE,[7] ultimately resulting in his signing.[4] In August 2012, WWE signed Arndt, who then started using the ring name Eric Anthony.[8] In November 2012, he was given the ring name of Enzo Amore when he debuted in WWE's developmental system NXT as a wrestler.[4][9]

Teaming with Big Cass (2013–2017)Edit

Amore (right) with Colin Cassady at WrestleMania Axxess in March 2015

On May 22, 2013, Amore debuted on NXT television as a heel, being described as a "stereotypical cocky, Jersey Shore loudmouth" and an "outsized version of the man playing the part",[4] where he was squashed by Mason Ryan.[10] On the July 3 episode of NXT, Amore went on to form an alliance with Colin Cassady,[11] who had also lost to Ryan,[12] and they named themselves "the realest guys in the room".[11] Despite Amore and Cassady's alliance, Ryan easily defeated them in consecutive singles matches in July,[13] but lost to them in a handicap match.[14] After the feud with Ryan, Amore and Cassady went on to feud with Alexander Rusev, Scott Dawson and their manager Sylvester Lefort, turning face in the process.[15][16] On the September 25 episode of NXT, Amore and Cassady participated in a gauntlet match for a future shot at the NXT Tag Team Championship; they started the match, first defeating CJ Parker and Tyler Breeze, then defeating Rusev and Dawson but lost to The Ascension (Konnor and Viktor).[17] In November 2013, Amore suffered a broken leg while training.[18] According to fellow wrestler Simon Gotch, who at the time was also signed to NXT, Amore "broke his own leg trying to counter a wristlock. He blamed it on the canvas being loose."[19]

Amore at an NXT live show in February 2015

Amore returned on June 26, 2014 episode of NXT, saving Cassady from an attack from Sylvester Lefort and Marcus Louis.[20] In early August, Amore and Cassady participated in the NXT Tag Team Championship tournament. They defeated Jason Jordan and Tye Dillinger in the first round, but were eliminated by The Vaudevillains (Aiden English and Simon Gotch) in the second round.[21][22] Lefort and Louis then renewed their rivalry with Amore and Cassady by attacking them and shaving Amore's beard. As a result, Amore challenged Lefort to a match with the loser's hair as forfeit at NXT TakeOver: Fatal 4-Way which Amore won, but Lefort ran away, leaving his partner Louis to lose his hair and eyebrows.[23] Amore and Cassady then formed an alliance with the debuting Carmella. The duo had accidentally cost Carmella her hairdressing job, causing her to demand to get a job as a wrestler.[24][25] Carmella had her televised in-ring debut on the October 16, 2014 episode of NXT.[26] On the March 11, 2015 episode of NXT, Amore and Cassady defeated The Lucha Dragons to become the number one contenders for the NXT Tag Team Championship. At NXT TakeOver: Unstoppable, Amore and Cassady faced Blake and Murphy for the title in a losing effort after interference from Alexa Bliss. In December, Amore and Cassady began a feud with Dash and Dawson, where they challenged them for the NXT Tag Team Championship at both NXT TakeOver: London and Roadblock unsuccessfully.

On the Raw after WrestleMania 32, Amore and Cassady debuted on the main roster and confronted The Dudley Boyz.[27] A week later on SmackDown, Amore and Cassady defeated The Ascension in a tournament to determine the number one contenders for the WWE Tag Team Championship.[28] The team went on to defeat The Dudley Boyz on the following week's Raw in the semi-final of the tag team tournament, advancing them to the finals. In the finals, they faced the Vaudevillains at Payback, with the match ending in a no contest after Amore suffered a legitimate concussion during the match.[29] At Money in the Bank, Enzo and Cass faced The New Day, The Vaudevillains and Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, in a fatal-four-way tag team match for the WWE Tag Team Championship, in which The New Day retained their titles. On the July 4 episode of Raw, Enzo and Cass helped John Cena, who was getting attacked by The Club (AJ Styles, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson) involving themselves in the feud between Cena and The Club. At Battleground, Enzo and Cass teamed with Cena to defeat The Club in a six-man tag team match.

Amore in May 2017

On July 19 at the 2016 WWE draft, Enzo and Cass were drafted to the Raw brand.[30] Enzo and Cass then proceeded to feud with Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens, which culminated at SummerSlam, where the two lost to Jericho and Owens. On the November 7 episode of Raw, Enzo and Cass joined Team Raw for the Survivor Series Tag Team Elimination match at Survivor Series, during which Team Raw defeated Team SmackDown. On the November 21 episode of Raw, after Amore was locked out of the locker room naked by Cass as a practical joke and ran into Lana in the hallway, her husband Rusev challenged Amore to a match later that night, in which Amore was quickly defeated. On the December 5 episode of Raw, after Amore stood up for Lana after seeing her and Rusev argue backstage, Lana invited Amore to her hotel room. Later that night, this was revealed to be a trap when Rusev attacked Amore in the hotel room. Over the following weeks, Enzo and Cass feuded with Rusev and Jinder Mahal.[31] On January 29, 2017, Amore participated in the Royal Rumble match, entering at number 27 but was eliminated by Brock Lesnar. At WrestleMania 33, Enzo and Cass competed in a fatal-four-way ladder match for the Raw Tag Team Championship against defending champions Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, Cesaro and Sheamus, and the returning The Hardy Boyz, where The Hardy Boyz emerged victorious. The following night on Raw, Amore and Cass were defeated by Cesaro and Sheamus in a tag team match to determinate the number one contenders for the Raw Tag Team Championship.

On the May 22 episode of Raw, Amore was found unconscious backstage after being attacked from behind by an unknown assailant, and again the following week. Big Cass went on to accuse The Revival, who had been seen in the background in the aftermath of the attacks. On the June 5 episode of Raw, Cass was found knocked out backstage in the same fashion as Amore was. Later, Cass claimed he was not cleared to wrestle, so Amore teamed with Big Show in a match against Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, which they won.[32] The following week, Cass was again found knocked out backstage. He claimed the attacker had to have had a giant fist and blamed Big Show, who denied having been the attacker. On the June 19 episode of Raw, General Manager Kurt Angle attempted to expose the attacker before security footage found by Corey Graves revealed that Cass had faked his own attack in order to lure away suspicion. Cass admitted to this, expressing his frustration during his time teaming with Amore. Cass then attacked Amore, thus disbanding the team.[33] On the June 26 episode of Raw, Amore called out Cass to the ring and the two seemingly reconciled; however, Cass again viciously attacked Amore on the stage.[34] At the Great Balls of Fire pay-per-view, Amore was defeated by Cass. At SummerSlam, Cass defeated Big Show while Amore was suspended above the ring inside a shark cage. During the match, Amore escaped from the shark cage, but was quickly attacked by Cass. The next night, on the August 21 episode of Raw, Amore challenged Cass to a Street Fight, which he won after the referee stopped the match after Cass suffered a legitimate knee injury.

Cruiserweight Champion (2017–2018)Edit

On the August 22 episode of 205 Live, Amore debuted in the cruiserweight division and began a feud with Cruiserweight Champion Neville. On the September 5 episode of 205 Live, Amore earned a title opportunity against Neville, winning a Fatal five-way elimination match also involving Cedric Alexander, The Brian Kendrick, Gran Metalik and Tony Nese. At No Mercy on September 24, Amore defeated Neville with a low blow to win the Cruiserweight Championship. This decision was made because of 205 Live's lack of success; Vince McMahon thought a "strong" character as Amore would improve the brand, making him the core of the show.[35] The following night on Raw, Amore closed the show with a "championship celebration", where he insulted the cruiserweight division and stated that he made 205 Live "relevant" and that the 205 Live roster was "jealous" of his accomplishments, turning heel for the first time since 2013. He also showed a signed clause by General Manager Kurt Angle that if any cruiserweight touched him, they would lose their title opportunities.[36] The week after on Raw, Amore revealed another paper clause stating that any cruiserweight that tried to touch him would be fired. Subsequently, Kalisto was introduced as the newest member of the cruiserweight division and attacked Amore. On the October 9 episode of Raw, Amore lost the Cruiserweight Championship to Kalisto in a lumberjack match.[37] However, he regained the title in the rematch at TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs on October 22, via an illegal thumb shot to the eye behind the referee's back.[38] At the Survivor Series pre-show on November 19, Amore successfully defended the title against Kalisto. This was his last WWE pay-per-view appearance. In early January 2018, Amore was unable to compete due to suffering from influenza.[39]

Amore was suspended from WWE on January 22, 2018 due to his sexual assault allegations (see below).[40] As a result, his scheduled title defense against Cedric Alexander at the Royal Rumble was canceled.[41] The next day, Amore was fired from WWE and the title was vacated.[42][43] After his release, Amore retired from professional wrestling to focus on his music career.[44][45]

On November 18, 2018, Arndt attended the Survivor Series event. He stood on his seat, causing a disruption, and was eventually removed from the venue by security as well as banned from future events at the Staples Center.[46][47]

Ring of Honor (2019)Edit

Arndt, alongside former tag team partner William Morrissey, appeared at the G1 Supercard at Madison Square Garden. Following a tag team match involving Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro-Wrestling talent, the two jumped the barricade and attacked several wrestlers.[48] The broadcast cameras cut away from the incident to indicate a legit outside attack, but it was later reported the angle was a worked shoot.[48] However, following the angle, the duo were not booked for any following shows and the incident was never mentioned again.[49]

Independent circuit (2019–present)Edit

On June 15, Arndt, under the ring name nZo, debuted for Northeast Wrestling (NEW), accompanying Morrissey, now known as CaZXL, in his match against Jon Moxley. During the match, nZo attempted to interfere, but was attacked by Moxley as a result. Caz would go on to lose the match.[50] At NEW's "Prison Break" on August 16, nZo wrestled his first match since January 2018, defeating Brian Pillman Jr.[51]

In February 2020, he appeared at QPW’s SuperSlam II vs Brian Pillman Jr. He was slated to appear at SuperSlam III in October 2020 but did not.

Major League Wrestling (2021–present)Edit

On November 6, 2021 at War Chamber, nZo made his MLW debut, defeating Matt Cross.[52]

Music careerEdit

Under the stage name Real1, Arndt began pursuing a career as a rapper in May 2018, releasing his first song titled "Phoenix" through WorldStarHipHop on May 28, 2018.[53] He released a second song titled "Bury Me a G" on June 7.[54] On November 18, using the name nZo, Arndt released an album titled Rosemary's Baby Pt. 1: Happy Birthday.[55] Arndt's second album, Born in N.J. was released on August 15, 2019.[56] On March 31, 2020, Arndt released Certified G Series: Zo's Exotic Quarantine Music, the first mixtape under the Real1 Entertainment label.[57]

Other mediaEdit

Amore is a playable character in WWE 2K16, WWE 2K17, and WWE 2K18.[58][59][60]

Personal lifeEdit

Before their employment with WWE, Arndt met William Morrissey, while playing basketball together at the Cage of Manhattan, New York nearly ten years before reuniting on NXT in July 2013.[5] Arndt's friendship with Morrissey became rocky in August 2017 after Arndt publicly criticized Morrissey for not finishing their August 21 match after injuring his knee.[61] The two have since reconciled.[62]

Sexual assault allegationEdit

On January 22, 2018, the Phoenix Police Department confirmed that Arndt was under investigation for an alleged sexual assault that was reported to authorities in October 2017.[63][64] Later that day, Arndt was suspended by WWE due to violating their zero tolerance policy for matters involving sexual harassment and sexual assault. WWE released a statement indicating that he would remain suspended until the matter was resolved.[40] In an interview on January 23, a woman accused him of raping her in a Phoenix, Arizona, hotel room on October 19, 2017.[65] Arndt was fired from WWE the same day, due to his failure to inform WWE of the investigation. Arndt responded, via his lawyer, that he wasn't even aware of the investigation until it was made public.[66][67][68] On Twitter, Arndt "fully and unequivocally" denied the allegations against him.[69] On May 16, 2018, the Phoenix Police Department ceased their investigation due to insufficient evidence.[66]

Championships and accomplishmentsEdit

Luchas de Apuestas recordEdit

Winner (wager) Loser (wager) Location Event Date Notes
Enzo Amore (hair) Sylvester Lefort (hair) Orlando, Florida NXT TakeOver: Fatal 4-Way September 11, 2014 [23][Note 1]
  1. ^ Lefort's tag team partner Marcus Louis lost his hair after Lefort ran away.


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