How Much Is Former Wrestler Enzo Amore's Net Worth-Details Of His Lifestyle And WWE Departure

News by Hendrix Published on 06 Feb,2019 Updated on 06 Feb,2019

After years of seeing the veteran wrestlers like Jinder MahalDaniel Bryan, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H, and John Cena, Enzo Amore was one of the freshest faces in the pro wrestling business. The multi-talented wrestler is also a musician who released a few hit singles.  

His resume contained no experience when the WWE first approached him to sign him as one of their wrestlers. The New Jersey native was one of the wrestlers who was tipped as potentially the next face of the WWE until the accusations.  

His profession as a wrestler is the main source of his income and contributes to the majority of his net worth. More details of his net worth, assets and the reason why is he no longer in WWE. 

The Net Worth And Income Sources Of Enzo Amore

Amore was one of the best wrestler working for the WWE, he started his professional career in the WWE in 2013 after a year of being trained by them. His net worth from his career as a singer and a WWE wrestler is $250 Thousand.  

CAPTION: Amore in the ring during a show. SOURCE: Sportskeeda

He earned this decent net worth from his salary in the WWE and his career as a singer, while stars of the business like Brock Lesnar, gets paid $6.5 million a year the average wrestler earns around $500,000 a year. According to some reports he earned $115,000 per year. Similarly, according to musicindustryhowto the average rapper makes around $44,000.  

Enzo Amore’s Lifestyle And Career Highlights-Why Was He Fired From WWE?

The wrestler is one of the most well-known names in the industry, from his earnings as a pro wrestler he lives a rich lifestyle. He spends big money on cars, and houses as well as shoes. Although he is the focus of many media tabloids they are not able to gather any information regarding his assets.

Amore’s career started after Triple H who was training with the same trainer as Enzo at the time. When Amore compiled a video of his wrestling moves. After seeing the video Triple H signed him to WWE. Then he was teamed up with Big Cass in 2013. The tag team appeared as negative characters commonly called in the wrestling industry as heels.

The partnership ended in 2017 and the two even turned against one another on the show. Amore challenged Cass to a street fight that he won after Cass suffered a real knee injury. The WWE suspended him after he was accused of sexual harassment and was subsequently fired from there. He was at the height of his career and was tipped for the title challenge before he was fired.

Quick Facts: Enzo Amore

  • Enzo Amore was born Eric Arndt on December 8, 1986, in Hackensack, New Jersey, United States.
  • He was brought up in Waldwick, New Jersey, USA where he went to Julia A. Traphagen School and Waldwick High School. He used to play football from his High School team.
  • Amore continued playing football for his college, Division III (NCAA) Salisbury University but ultimately left this career path and graduated with a degree in journalism.
  • Before starting his career as a wrestler he was a DJ and ticket salesman for the New York Jets.