– Since his release from WWE in January, Enzo Amore has pretty much been silent on social media, with his only post being a statement posted on Twitter from his lawyer disputing rape allegations. However, the former WWE Superstar updated his Instagram account this week by deleting all of his posts, changing his username to “T H A N K Y O U,” and his bio to “believe half of what you see, and none of what you hear.”
On Instagram Stories, he sent out a message credited to actor Denzel Washington indicating that he has big things plans despite him being quiet as of late.
— The Smarky Irishman (@SmarkyIrishman) April 18, 2018
– After capturing the SmackDown Women’s Championship from Charlotte Flair, Carmella took to Twitter to send a message to her ‘haters.’
She wrote, “Two years ago I was devastated when I was left behind in NXT and didn’t get to debut with the boys. I took that feeling and channeled it into hard work and drive. Three months later, I was drafted to SDLive as the very last draft pick. I continued to learn and was motivated more than ever to succeed. One year later I made history as Ms MITB..after 287 days I became Champion. I listened to everyone who doubted me and used it to become better. It goes to show that if you’re passionate about something and you work as hard as you possibly can, you can accomplish anything you put your mind to. I’m grateful for the journey I took to get here. This is only the beginning and I can’t wait to make all of you haters SEETHE at my success.”
— Smackdown Womens Champion (@CarmellaWWE) April 18, 2018
– Former WWE Superstar The Brooklyn Brawler celebrates his birthday on Wednesday as he turns 57 years old.
— WWE Network (@WWENetwork) April 18, 2018