Enzo Amore photo removed from WWE production truck
The image of Enzo Amore has been removed from one of WWE’s production trucks.
Twitter user @Its0nlyRachel tweeted out a photo of Amore’s image being removed from a production truck that was used at last night’s NXT live event in Toms River, New Jersey.
As reported on this past week, Amore was released by WWE this past Tuesday and issued a legal statement later that night denying all sexual assault allegations against him.
A WWE truck at #NXTTomsRiver seems to be missing something.
Bada-boom realist ghost in the room. pic.twitter.com/TfPD8OPN76
— Rachereen Dream. (@Its0nlyRachel) January 27, 2018
WWE Network makes a new offer
WWE has started extending a new offer to fans that have since canceled a subscription to the WWE Network to get them back for a three month subscription.
According to The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the new offer is for $1.99 total that gets them access to the network for three months, including WrestleMania 34.
Outside of the low cost of the offer, what makes it noteworthy is that by doing this, WWE is able to include any new subscriptions off this offer with the number of active subscribers that is revealed every year the next day after WrestleMania.