Former WWE Cruiserweight Champion Enzo Amore was spotted at the Athletes vs Cancer, charity flag football game in L.A. late Sunday by TMZ. Amore believes that his wrestling days are over for good; He believes there is no amount of money that can change his mind either he stated in the interview only under one condition.

Amore, named Eric Arndt was a former WWE superstar and Cruiserweight Champion ranked 110 in the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI in 2017.  Amore, 31, signed with WWE in 2012 and spent most of his time with the company as a tag team partner to Big Cass. The pair were among the most over tag teams in the company until their breakup. Cass was released from the company in June after a failed singles run.

Arndt was fired from the WWE abruptly after rape allegations in January, that was eventually dropped in May due to lack of evidence. Arndt has picked up a new career path in the form of becoming a hip-hop artist and has worked on his rap album with countless big names.

Amore has focused largely on his rap career since his WWE release, putting out songs called “Phoenix” and “Bury Me a G.”