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Enzo Amore and AEW’s Joey Janela get into fight at Blink-182 concert

More controversy for the Realest Guy in the Room.

Controversial ex-WWE Superstar Enzo Amore — who goes by the moniker of nZo these days — is making headlines yet again for stirring up trouble in the wrestling community.

According to the Twitter account of the real1, last night during a Blink-182 concert in New Jersey, AEW wrestler Joey Janela started a fight with him.

Janela claims he saw nZo and walked up him to introduce himself, after which the interaction quickly deteriorated resulting in “the sh*ttiest fist fight of the year.” Janela also tweeted “White Claws are the devil’s juice,” which seems to indicate that he blames the altercation on being drunk from the popular spiked seltzer drink.

Since being released from WWE, nZo has had a number of controversies follow him, most recently with an appearance at a Ring of Honor show with his former WWE tag team partner Big Cass, now known as CazXL.

Both Janela and nZo took to Twitter to give their side of the story. You can see both below, beginning with Janela’s.

Now for Enzo’s side of the story.

https://twitter.com/real1/status/1148798149747781634


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