A few weeks ago, at the WWE's Payback pay-per-view, Enzo Amore suffered a scary head injury during the match between himself and Big Cass and The Vaudevillains.
The match was cancelled and Amore was rushed to a nearby hospital. Fortunately, he avoided serious injury but was diagnosed with a concussion that has kept him off WWE TV ever since.
Having made an impressive start to life on the WWE's main roster, the timing of the setback was unfortunate. According to his tag team partner Big Cass, however, we might not have to wait long to see Amore back in action.
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"Enzo is recovering very well," Cass explained in a backstage interview with the WWE after last night's Raw.
"He's ready to come back so everybody better have eyes in the back of their head. 'Cos you don't know when, and you don't know where, but he'll be back."
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Big Cass has actually been managing pretty well on his own while Amore has been out recovering. The seven foot tall Superstar has won all three of his matches since his tag team partner went down on May 1, including last night's victory over The Dudley Boys.
Having already amassed four straight wins as a duo with Enzo since they made the jump from NXT, it has certainly been a dominant start to life on the WWE's main roster.
With Amore out of action, there had even been talk of the WWE hierarchy - particularly Vince McMahon, who is said to be a big fan of Cass - giving the big man a push as a singles wrestler.
While that would probably go down well with a certain section of fans who have quickly taken to Cass' character, it would be disappointing to see the WWE move on so quickly from what has the potential to be a dominant tag team.
Clearly, though, it looks like the organisation isn't moving on just yet. Having been out for over two weeks now, Amore's comeback could very well be just around the corner.
Extremes Rules is, of course, taking place this weekend, and Cass' comments will have fans excited about the prospect of Amore making something of a surprise return at the pay-per-view.
Neither Amore or Cass are slated for a match at the Newark, New Jersey event at this point. Having them emerge to interrupt the tag team championship match between The New Day and The Vaudevillains shouldn't, though, be ruled out.
After what was a scary incident, it is great to hear Amore is so close to making an in-ring return.