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Enzo Amore Takes A Shot At His Ex WWE Girlfriend In New Rap Song?

Liv Morgan

• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (November 19, 1995) – WWF Survivor Series 1995

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on November 19, 1995, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘WWF Survivor Series 1995’ LIVE on PPV from the USAir Arena in Landover, Maryland.

The pay-per-view had the tagline “Teams of Federation Superstars Battle it out! Who’s fit to survive?”

This was the 9th annual ‘Survivor Series’ event since it started in 1987.

Here are the results:

– Survivor Series elimination: 1-2-3 Kid, Dr. Tom Prichard, Rad Radford & Skip defeated Barry Horowitz, Bob Holly, Hakushi & Marty Jannetty

– Survivor Series elimination: Aja Kong, Bertha Faye, Lioness Asuka & Tomoko Watanabe defeated Alundra Blayze, Chaparita Asari, Kyoko Inoue & Sakie Hasegawa

– Goldust defeated Bam Bam Bigelow

– Survivor Series elimination: Fatu, Henry O. Godwinn, Savio Vega & The Undertaker defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Isaac Yankem, DDS, Jerry Lawler & King Mabel

– Survivor Series elimination: Ahmed Johnson, The British Bulldog, Shawn Michaels & Sycho Sid defeated Dean Douglas, Owen Hart, Razor Ramon & Yokozuna

– No DQ – WWF World Heavyweight Championship: Bret Hart defeated Diesel (c)

• Enzo Amore Takes A Shot At His Ex WWE Girlfriend In New Rap Song?

Former WWE Cruiserweight Champion Enzo Amore, who tried to hijack last night’s Survivor Series 2018 PPV but was kicked out, has released a new rap album and it looks like a took shots at his ex-girlfriend in WWE – Liv Morgan.

Enzo released a song titled “Liv A 30 For 30”. Below are some of the lyrics that are used in the song:

“I could’ve seen a lil future with you, I’m more mature than you, I gotta do what’s best for you, I’m sorry. I just wish the biggest lesson I dont taught you was to never let other people see this thirst, I been getting tagged in your thirsty picture posting you bee doing on the ‘Gram.

I know how the game works, I done put you on the game first, It’s only a matter of time before you’re smashing ‘what’s his name’ at work. So much that I could say to you, you reached out to me repeatedly, I see you every week and ain’t got sh*t to say to you, I don’t want to give you hope, I could never just be friends, so I told you and I quote, ‘I mean this when I say, never speak to me again’, let that burn.”

You can listen to the full song below:

Below is Liv Morgan’s possible reaction to this song:

        
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