WWE Rumors: Vince McMahon to give Big Cass a huge push

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Enzo Amore & Big Cass (Photo Courtesy: Miguel Discart/Wikimedia)

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) chairman Vince McMahon is known for his love of big guys as he regularly pushes them since his company started in 1980. According to the latest WWE rumors, McMahon is reportedly very high on another big guy, Big Cass or also known as Colin Cassady.

In a report by Daily Wrestling News, top officials are talking about giving Big Cass a push right now since his tag team partner, Enzo Amore, is sidelined due to a concussion. The WWE will be booking the 7-foot wrestler very strongly while his partner recuperates.

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The realest guys in the room are now off the tag team title chase but expect them to be back sometime in the summer. There is still no confirmation regarding Enzo’s return since his injury is said to be a severe concussion and he has to pass WWE’s ImPACT concussion test.

Nonetheless, fans should not worry about Enzo being left out because McMahon is also high on him even though he lacks the size. He is already one of the best talkers in the company and the top brass sees money on the team of Big Cass and Enzo.

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The report also noted that Big Cass’ name could be changed to Colin Cass because McMahon does not like his current name due to its close resemblance to name of The New Day member, Big E. The WWE chairman is rumored to be going back and forth on the name of Big Cass which could be retained or changed to Colin Cassady or Colin Cass.

As recapped by, the latest edition of Monday Night Raw saw Big Cass in the main event segment with Chris Jericho and Dean Ambrose. He was given a good amount of time on television and he was able to handle himself well against Jericho, one of the best talkers in the history of WWE.

Photo Courtesy: Miguel Discart/Wikimedia

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