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Enzo Amore thanks fans after being knocked unconscious in indie match


nZo, the former Enzo Amore in WWE, thanked fans on Twitter Sunday after being knocked unconscious during an indie event Saturday night.

As discussed on Wrestling Observer Radio, nZo was working with Ivan Warsaw for SWE in Dallas, Texas, when he took a DDT on the floor and was knocked out. He was stretchered out and taken to a local hospital.

Neither nZo nor the promotion has given any update on his condition as of Sunday afternoon, but nZO did tweet "Thanks everybody" shortly after RTing an Owen Hart tribute with "RIP Owen."

This was nZo's debut with the promotion and just his second match of the year after he won a gauntlet match for Doc Gallows' Lariato Pro in late-February. 

The 34-year-old has wrestled sparingly since being released by WWE in 2018 following a rape allegation. He denied the allegations and Phoenix, AZ, police later concluded there wasn't enough evidence and charges were dropped. He did "return" to WWE as a fan during the 2018 Survivor Series and was kicked out of the building when he caused an commotion trying to get on TV while in the crowd.

He has wrestled just seven times since 2019 and made an appearance during a Talk 'N ShopAMania pay-per-view.