Injuries are a horrible thing and in an industry like professional wrestling, they are getting more and more common.
It's been a cursed end to 2015 and beginning to 2016 with injuries happening more rapidly than ever, with Enzo Amore the latest name to be added to the injury list following his nasty looking head injury at WWE Payback.
Amore suffered a concussion at Payback after a botched attempt at a baseball slide when opponent Simon Gotch threw him towards the ropes with too much power.
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The injury quite clearly upset Big Cass, Amore's partner, as he was caught on camera sobbing for his fallen friend.
As the popular saying goes, the show must go on and this is the order that was given by WWE management. The next night on Monday Night Raw, Big Cass appeared on his own and cut a promo on the Vaudevillians and the Dudley Boys before siding with the New Day for an eight-man tag team match.
Big Cass was praised backstage and by fans alike for his in-ring work during the match, picking up the victory by pinning D-Von Dudley.
While the assist has to be given to his tag team partners, The New Day, Cass looked very impressive on his own.
If anything, on Monday Night Raw, Cass proved to everyone that he doesn't need Enzo Amore to be successful, and that will keep Colin Cassady in very good stead with WWE officials and fellow wrestlers in the back.
This is not the first time that this type of deal has happened in recent months. Back in December, Sin Cara found himself being added to the injured reserve list and that injury ended up being the best possible thing that could happen for Lucha Dragon tag team partner, Kalisto.
Kalisto then went on to become the United States champion, and is currently enjoying his second reign as champ.
While it is far to early to split up the team of Enzo and Cass, who are doing great as a team and have really managed to get over with all different demographics among the WWE universe, Cass has proven that if the opportunity comes available, he will be fine on his own.
Could Big Cass make it as a singles competitor? Or does he need Enzo Amore by his side? Have YOUR say in the comment section below
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