What’s the story?
During the recent edition of The Wrestling Observer Radio, notable Professional Wrestling journalists Dave Meltzer and Bryan Alvarez discussed the potential plans for Smackdown Live’s newest superstar Big Cass, who is apparently set to receive a huge push.
In case you didn’t know…
Following a nasty knee injury back in 2017, Big Cass finally made his WWE return this week on Smackdown Live when the 7ft tall walking behemoth joined the blue brand through the WWE Superstar Shake-up.
On his first night back in the WWE, Cass went on to confront Daniel Bryan in a backstage segment and eventually interfered in the main event of the evening when he attacked Bryan during a tag team match against Rusev and Aiden English.
The heart of the matter
According to Dave Meltzer, it has now been noted that the WWE is likely to give Big Cass a huge push upon his return to the company last night and apparently, the 32-year-old is currently set to work with numerous top-level superstars who are pretty much capable of elevating Cass to the next level. (H/T: Still Real To Us)
As noted, one of the notable faces Cass is now going to work against is former WWE Champion Daniel Bryan and it has also been reported that we could possibly witness a match between current WWE Champion AJ Styles and Big Cass, sometime down the road.
“They’re obviously going to be doing something with him and he’s going to be wrestling Bryan and he’s going to be wrestling Styles as well so all is not well.”- Meltzer noted.
In addition, Bryan Alvarez also noted that Cass could possibly form an alliance with The Miz, which would seemingly explain why the 7ft tall monster decided to attack Daniel Bryan after-all.
“I don’t think we’re going to be able to avoid [Big Cass vs Daniel Bryan] but I could see [Big Cass’ teaming up with The Miz] but I could also see them hooking him up with Nakamura like they did on the show tonight,” Meltzer said as he continued. “So they could do that as a heel team.”- Alvarez noted.
As of right now, a potential match between Big Cass and Daniel Bryan is definitely on the cards and could very well take place within the next pay-per-view itself.
I’m totally fine with a mid-card push for Big Cass and the fact that we could possibly witness Daniel Bryan vs Cass or AJ Styles vs Cass in the future is also pretty exciting as well.Published 19 Apr 2018, 01:45 IST