WWE has a few Superstars on their alumni page who caused a bit of a stir while they were with the company. Enzo Amore know all about drumming up trouble for himself, but he’s still going strong outside WWE, and now he is set to make his debut for NJPW.

After years on the indies, and controversial run with MLW, former WWE Superstar Enzo Amore is set to make his NJPW debut. The match is scheduled to take place at the All Star Jr Festival USA 2023.

This all-star pay-per-view event from NJPW boasts an impressive roster of talent. Now, Enzo Amore has joined that list of talent scheduled to appear on the big event.

Going as Real1, which was the name Enzo Amore has been going by since his WWE release, he was confirmed to participate in the festivities on August 19th. His match was also part of the announcement.


Real1 is slated to join forces with Jack Cartwheel and Starboy Charlie, forming a team to confront Ryusuke Taguchi, Rich Swann, and The DKC.

NJPW shared an official video heralding the arrival of ‘Real1 to the festival!!’ Obviously, they are excited about the possibilities of having someone like Enzo Amore in their company.

Enzo Amore made a ton of money in WWE, and his t-shirts sold like hotcakes, all with his catchphrases on them. He had a lot of best-selling merch items, and you never know if NJPW might smell the money with him as well.

What’s your take on Enzo Amore going to NJPW? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you’re thinking!

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