Things just keep getting worse for Enzo Amore.

Last month, Amore was kicked off a WWE tour bus for reportedly complaining about his status within the company. Then a stripper in Buffalo, New York, put Amore on blast on Twitter. And now Sports Illustrated is reporting that Amore has even more heat backstage for “bringing a series of questionable guests into the locker room”:

In addition to reports first released by the Wrestling Observer that Amore was kicked off the European Tour bus and forced to change outside the locker room, Sports Illustrated also learned that Amore is guilty of bringing a series of questionable guests into the locker room. The visitors broke locker room etiquette by filming and taking pictures of the wrestlers. The talent in the WWE believe that Amore–who is 30-year-old Eric Arndt–should know better.

Come on. The locker room is essentially a wrestler’s office, and therefore this is completely unprofessional behavior. Does Amore even care about his WWE career?

Evidently not, as the SI report also states that he’s attempting to break into the music business.

Amore has a lot of potential, and WWE seems to be giving him a chance despite all his antics. Dave Meltzer recently reported that officials are considering moving Amore to either NXT or 205 Live in an effort to boost ratings. Perhaps a change of scenery could do him some good.

However, Amore will need to clean up his act and focus on the squared circle if he wants to succeed in WWE. Otherwise, he could very well end up future-endeavored.

Do you think Enzo Amore could still make a comeback in WWE? Or are his priorities elsewhere? Share your thoughts and comments below!

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