7 of your favourite performers released by the WWE, and what they are currently up to
#6 Big Cass
Big Cass was seen as a big deal when he first stepped into the main roster with Enzo Amore. Even though it’s impossible to teach someone to be 7-feet-tall, it is also impossible to teach them how to be successful in the business. Big Cass learned that the hard way.
Big Cass first saw some success during his partnership with Enzo Amore in his initial run with the WWE, but both men did not do well going ahead.
Big Cass soon feuded with his tag partner Enzo, after he made Big Show his tag partner. Soon after, Cass suffered a legit knee injury, a torn ACL, during a Brooklyn Street Fight against Enzo Amore. Cass underwent surgery and was out of action for eight months.
His return saw him drafted to SmackDown where he attacked Daniel Bryan, igniting a feud between the two. After unsuccessful attempts at beating The Underdog, Big Cass was released for both disobeying Vince's orders during a segment on SmackDown, and misbehaving during an European tour.
After his 90-day No Compete clause ran out, Big Cass changed his name to Big C and made his way to the independent circuit. He hasn’t seen much success on the independent circuit as yet, compared to other former WWE wrestlers.