Feuds are a well-established trope in wrestling, from Hulk Hogan and the Ultimate Warrior to Kurt Angle versus Brock Lesnar, but who’d have thought the hottest rivalry would be Enzo Amore and the DMV.
Enzo, real name Eric Anthony Arndt, found himself in hot water with the state of Delaware’s department for motor vehicles for his unusual signature, which resembles a cock and balls.
According to Enzo the state has asked him to come in and change the signature on his driving license but he’s refusing to.
In a rather long and ranty video on Instagram he said:
I got issues with the state of Delaware! Alright? I’ve been a busy guy lately. I’m in Abu Dabi, I’m in India, and my phone has been ringing off the damn hook.
And I’m hitting the FU button the side of it, sending them things straight to voicemail because I know who it is. It’s the state of Delaware. And I know what they want.
They want me to come in and get a new signature on my license because my current signature is unacceptable. I gotta get a new picture and the whole nine.
He went on to explain that there’s no way the state is going to tell him how he signs his license and that he will represent himself in court as he’s ‘the realest champ in the room’.
Not quite sure if Delaware allows trial by combat but if they do we’d probably back Amore.
Anyway, he claims that he’s been signing this signature since grade school before claiming it’s just an E and an A which makes sense because drawing a penis as a signature is the type of thing a schoolboy would find funny.
Let’s be honest, Enzo, it looks like a penis.
This isn’t the first time Enzo’s stood his ground and got into an argument, earlier this year, Roman Reigns kicked Amore off a WWE tour bus, reports Sportster.
He’s also been kicked out of the locker room by the other wrestlers who have grown tired of his antics.
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Since then his rise has been described by himself as ‘meteoric’ rising to the esteemed rank of Social Editor at UNILAD as well as working at the BBC, Manchester Evening News, and ITV.
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