Fired WWE superstar Enzo Amore got bodyslammed by a security guard and booted out of the Staples Center on Sunday night after he tried to hijack the live taping of the company’s popular PPV event “Survivor Series.”
The hectic scene was caught on cellphone video and posted on social media.
“Holy s–t!!! Enzo Invaded #WWE #SurvivorSeries!!!!!!!” wrote one Twitter user.
“#EnzoAmore hiding in plain sight in the second row,” another tweeted. “And on the hard cam, too.”
Amore, whose real name is Eric Ardnt, can be seen on video standing up in his chair at one point — with a fake title belt in his hand, chanting his signature catchphrase — while two wrestlers lock up in the ring.
“Oh s–t [Amore] just made an unexpected appearance in the crowd!” tweeted Alexander Raymond, who was at the Staples Center on Sunday night. “The people are chanting for him now.”
Amore’s stunt came to a screeching halt, however, just moments later when a female security guard snatched the former Cruiserweight champ up and slammed him to the ground. He was escorted out of the arena, soon-after.
“WWE security not having any of it,” tweeted one person.
“Wasn’t surprised at all when I saw Enzo getting carried off,” another said.
Amore, 31, almost didn’t even make it to Los Angeles thanks to an incident on a Delta flight last week, in which he got caught vaping on the plane as it was leaving JFK Airport. Crew members asked the New Jersey native to stop and he refused, forcing pilots to turn around and go back to the gate, where they removed him.
Port Authority Police were called to the terminal, but Amore — who was fired from WWE earlier this year amid rape allegations — was allowed to go free. It’s unclear how he made it to LA for “Survivor Series.”