WWE News: Latest update on Big Cass' injury
What’s the story?
WWE superstar Big Cass has been recently spotted training at the WWE Performance Center which is situated in Orlando and is seemingly one step closer to making a return to the squared circle.
In case you didn’t know…
After disbanding with his former tag team partner Enzo Amore in 2017, Big Cass was on the verge of getting a solid push as a singles superstar. However, Cass’ push came to an unforeseen conclusion when he suffered a torn ACL in a Brooklyn Street Fight against Enzo Amore last summer in an episode of Monday Night Raw.
The heart of the matter
Big Cass was WWE’s next big guy, who was on the verge of receiving a strong and decent push last summer by the company’s creative team. However, following SummerSlam 2017, Cass’ push came to a screeching halt when he suffered an ACL injury while competing in a one-on-one match against Enzo Amore. The Monday Night Raw superstar then underwent a successful surgery and it was reported by WWE that Cass was scheduled to remain on the sidelines for a total of nine months.
However, as per latest reports, it looks like Big Cass has finally made his way back into the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida and is all set to make his grand comeback to the WWE after missing in on the action since last August.
Additionally, PWInsider has also noted that Cass is said to be in great shape and is moving around successfully without any assistance.
Prior to his ACL injury, Cass was in a rivalry with his former tag team partner Enzo Amore, who has been fired from the WWE within this past few months with Cass on the sidelines. With Enzo now gone from the WWE, the creative team may now engage Cass in a brand new rivalry over on Monday Night Raw.
I personally think that the WWE needs to find something completely new for Big Cass because, in my opinion, I think that the WWE Universe isn’t too keen and invested in Cass’ current character. A fresh start for the seven-foot tall superstar will be a great way to start things off.
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