The police report of the sexual assault case against former WWE star Enzo Amore (Eric Arndt) was released earlier this week, per a new report by Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet. The report seems to confirm Amore’s recent claims that he wasn’t aware of the investigation against him until his accuser took to social media in January, a few days prior to his WWE release on January 23.
It also notes that lab results couldn’t provide evidence of sexual assault against Amore’s accuser and that witness statements contradicted the accuser’s claims.
Amore will be making his first post-WWE appearance on August 17 for the House of Glory indie promotion in New York City during Summerslam weekend.
The Miz competing in MLB Celebrity All-Star Game
WWE.com posted the following about The Miz being announced to compete in the MLB Celebrity All-Star Softball Game on July 15 in Washington, DC, where the All-Star Game festivities will be taking place.
The Miz to participate in MLB’s All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game
Is The Miz as good at softball as he is in the ring? We’re about to find out.
The eight-time Intercontinental Champion revealed on his social media accounts today that he will participate in the MLB All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game on Sunday, July 15, in Washington, D.C.’s Nationals Park. Or, as he puts it in the post, he was “drafted.”
See Miz’s announcement below, and tune in to see if “Home Run Miz” can bring home the bacon when the game airs on ESPN immediately following the T-Mobile Home Run Derby on Monday, July 16.
This would seem to imply that Miz will not be appearing at the Extreme Rules PPV that same day in Pittsburgh.