Enzo Amore was once on top of the world and getting royalty checks from WWE like it’s nobody’s business. But spending money like water on $10,000 tickets to big fights and hanging out exactly where TMZ would find him might be a thing of the past for the Realest Guy In The Room.

He has gone into relative hiding after he was accused of rape and didn’t inform WWE about an on-going investigation so they had no choice but to let him go. There were a lot of other problems with Enzo Amore in WWE but that last ordeal was the straw that broke the camel’s back.

Enzo Amore released a statement from his attorney after it all went down saying he wouldn’t be discussing this matter and he’s been silent and unseen ever since.

But now it looks like Enzo Amore is popping up on social media once more and he has a pretty bold statement too but he’s going to let Denzel Washington do the talking for him.

The Certified G a screenshot of a Denzel tweet in an Instagram story which said, “Just because you don’t share it on social media, doesn’t mean you’re not up to big things. Live it and stay low key. Privacy is everything.”

Therefore it looks like Enzo Amore is still making moves, we just don’t need to know what he’s doing right now.

The Young Bucks and Kenny Omega are The Elite and really honed their voice and attitude in many ways on YouTube on their show “Being The Elite.” The series was a great way to tell stories which concluded in the ring, but after their recent 100th episode the show might be coming to an end.

In an interview with the Sporting News, The Young Bucks revealed that they believe if Being The Elite ended with 100 episodes it would be a fitting conclusion to the show.

“We’re like, man, 100 episodes, we can end it when it’s the hottest,” Matt Jackson said. “It almost feels like we should end it.”

Therefore if you were fans of the viral videos, even if it ends now at least there were 100 hilarious episodes of the show to enjoy.

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Aaron Varble hasn’t just been writing for more than a decade in various formats including sketch comedy, stand up, television, radio, and other various projects; nor is he just another professional wrestling fan with a master's degree in journalism and Tourette’s syndrome. He's always looking to explore the why not with the why and the how come along with the how. Follow on Twitter @TheVarble