Enzo Amore Appears with Fans in Times Square (Video), WWE Makes History in Japan, Dixie Carter On Memorial Day

WWE will be returning to Sumo Hall in Tokyo, Japan for a pair of live events on June 29th and 30th, and according to F4WOnline.com the event on the 30th has already sold out, which is the fastest a WWE event in Japan has ever sold out. The Japan events will feature special appearances by Ronda Rousey in addition to AJ Styles defending the WWE Title against Shinsuke Nakamura on night one, and in a fatal four-way match on night two.

Dixie Carter On Memorial Day

Former TNA President Dixie Carter posted the following on Memorial Day:

The Price of Freedom is NOT Free. I pray our country can agree on this and be grateful to all those who have served. To all veterans and those serving today. THANK YOU. To those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice, we are forever grateful for this amazing, free country we are blessed to live in. To all military families…thank you. #ProudAmerican #GratefulAmerican

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Enzo Amore Appears with Fans in Times Square

As noted, former WWE star Enzo Amore, who now appears to be going by the name real1, released a music video earlier today which took aim at wrestling fans, the wrestling media and the woman who accused Amore of rape back in 2017.

Enzo also made an appearance in Times Square today to thank the fans who have supported him throughout his career and after his departure from WWE, and you can check out footage from Enzo’s appearance below.

#TIMESQUARE ….. holy 💩 #THATSAMORE! pic.twitter.com/yTocOvYfhA

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— real1 (@real1) May 29, 2018