WWE.com announced Tuesday morning that the company has parted ways with the Cruiserweight champion and he was not wished well in his future endeavors as is usually the case when a talent is let go. Here was the brief statement from WWE:
WWE has come to terms on the release of Eric Arndt (Enzo Amore).
Amore has already been removed from WWE's 205 Live page. As noted earlier today, an announcement about the fate of the Cruiserweight Title is expected to be made as early as today.
Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.com wrote the following about Amore:
I was told this morning that Enzo Amore was aware of the allegations and didn't clue WWE in.
David Bixenspan of Deadspin.com also noted the following:
Per the Phoenix Police Department, there has been no change in the status of the Eric “Enzo Amore” Arndt case since yesterday. This plus WWE pivoting from suspension to firing suggests that not telling WWE he was being investigated was indeed the catalyst for the firing.