Latest update on Big Cass' injury


In case you didn't know...


It had been previously reported that Big Cass tore his ACL during a match with Enzo Amore in August 2017.

Cass had ended his tag team partnership with Amore, whom he began feuding with before his injury. 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 injury occurred after Amore dodged a big boot by pulling down the top rope, sending Cass to the floor in the process. The last calendar year has been disgusting when it comes to injuries, and Cass is among the top up-and-coming talents in WWE. After the bout, WWE's Dr. Chris Robinson revealed that Cass - who was in the midst of a minor singles push - would miss up to nine months of action following knee surgery.

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Additionally, PWInsider has also noted that Cass is said to be in great shape and is moving around successfully without any assistance.

The PWInsider report adds once Big Cass is medically cleared to return to the ring, he will be factored back into Raw story lines.

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.