Former WWE Wrestler Enzo Amore Booted Off Flight Because He Wouldn't Stop Vaping [Update]

Former WWE wrestler Enzo Amore, real name Eric Arndt, was reportedly kicked off a flight this morning after he refused to stop vaping. Pro Wrestling Sheet reports that Arndt was headed from JFK airport in New York to Los Angeles on a Delta flight, but the flight was delayed and he was eventually kicked off after he…

Ronda Rousey Basically Called Becky Lynch A Beta Snowflake Cuck On Raw This Week

Aside from its concessions to Saudi Arabia as part of a larger business deal with the murderous gulf autocracy, WWE’s recent programming has been as apolitical as it has been in ages. It’s the sort of thing that’s more notable in its absence, but the promotion’s classic xenophobic and jingoistic storylines are gone.…

Crown Jewel, WWE's Return To Saudi Arabia, Had Less Propaganda But More Irony

Once the call was made to go on with WWE Crown Jewel, the second event of WWE’s 10-year contract with Saudi Arabia, one question loomed larger than any other going: What would this thing look like? The promotion’s first Saudi show, April’s Greatest Royal Rumble, was unvarnished pro-Saudi propaganda, even exploiting…

Yes, WWE Wrote John Cena And Daniel Bryan Off Friday's Saudi Arabia Card

After a week of unconfirmed reports that both John Cena and Daniel Bryan were refusing to work this Friday’s WWE Crown Jewel event in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, we have our answer. It wasn’t a straight one from the promotion itself, unsurprisingly—WWE had repeatedly refused to address whether Cena and Bryan had asked not…

"Evolution" Was The Night WWE's Women Deserved. It Also Kicked Ass.

WWE Evolution started with a bang and ended in a torrent of cheers on the same Sunday night, but the promotion’s first-ever all-women’s pay-per-view event began in earnest some time before that. At a match in Abu Dhabi’s Zayed Sports City Tennis Stadium last December, Alexa Bliss and Sasha Banks, both former women’s…

WWE Raw Segment Goes Off The Rails When Seattle Crowd Won’t Stop Booing SuperSonics Joke

Denigrating the city in which an event is being held is one of the oldest and most reliable ways for a pro wrestler to get heat. It’s probably pretty cheap, honestly, but who cares. It’s easy to rip on a city’s sports teams, but there’s a reason wrestlers still do it: It generally works.

Advertisement