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Enzo Amore Dropped Big Money To Attend Mayweather Vs. McGregor

If we had a dime for every time Enzo Amore spent $10,000 to go see a boxing match, we'd have at least one dime. That's right revealing he'll be part of sporting history—a part where he sits FloorB for Floyd Mayweather versus Conor McGregor—Amore posted an Instagram post showing a pic of his extremely expensive ticket for the bout on Aug. 26, 2017.

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Amore is no stranger to staying in the limelight of the WWE, gaining popularity for his flashy persona, wild sneaker choices, and signature catchphrases. He's also keen on spending his newly earned WWE-level money.

There were past instances where Enzo spent $2600 on three pairs of shoes and almost bought a pair of Kanye West Nike Air Yeezy II “Red October" shoes that he wanted to wear to WrestleMania—a pair of shoes worth $12K. It's also been speculated that his total outfit for WrestleMania XXXIII cost upwards of $50K. (fortunately, it sounds like he rented, instead of purchased that outfit).

In the case of the Mayweather vs McGregor bout, Enzo's post proves he may be the biggest and only legit "Certified G" in the WWE. Not only has his post been viewed almost 100,000 times since he posted it, but the official WWE website discussed Enzo's desire to show he's The Realest Guy in any room.

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Should the former Raw turned 205 Live Superstar be spending this kind of money? If the rumors are to be believed that Enzo has real heat in the WWE for his actions behind the scenes, many in the WWE Universe would tell you he might be wise to save or invest that cash. But, that just wouldn't be the Enzo thing to do.

Instead, amidst Twitter rants after Big Cass suffered a legitimate injury and his constant lack of victories in any of the matches he's in on WWE programming, Amore seems to have a sense that he's going to be a star in the WWE for a long time.

Related: Enzo Amore Goes On Rant About Big Cass’ Injury

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Maybe he's right. He's a marketing dream for the WWE and them sharing his $10,000 purchase proves they have no reservations about sharing his expenses with many of his adoring fans.

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