Former WWE superstar Enzo Amore made an unexpected appearance at last night's Survivor Series PPV at Staples Center in Los Angeles, but it wasn't a welcomed return. Enzo, who was fired by the company earlier this year, attempted to hijack the show during a tag-team match between Raw champions Authors Of Pain and SmackDown champs, The Bar.

As seen in the videos embedded below, Enzo stood on his chair near ringside during the tag-team match and began reciting one of his signature promos before being taken out by security.

Despite the unexpected appearance at Survivor Series, Enzo, real name Eric Arndt, recently told TMZ that he does not have any plans to wrestle again. In fact, the former Cruiserweight champion said he wouldn't go back to the world of wrestling "in a million years," and is instead pursuing a rap career. Amore, 31, previously released a diss track aimed at his rape accuser.

"There ain't nobody who's got enough money to put me back in the ring, kid," Amore told TMZ Sports... "Not unless it's 'Creed 3' dog and I'm fighting [Adonis Creed]."

In addition to his album, Amore told TMZ that he's working on "a ton of television content right now" and is "sitting on a lot of interesting things right now."