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Enzo was backstage at last night's Extreme Rules.

Does Big Cass need Enzo by his side anymore?

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Last night's Extreme Rules event is being widely considered by the WWE Universe as the best pay-per-view of the year, mostly thanks to the return of The Undisputed Future of the WWE Seth Rollins, but what about the return that didn't happen?

Big Cass and The Dudley Boys once again had a back and forth promo before Cass made his way to the ring and was beaten down by both D-Von and Bubba Ray, the crowd was chanting for Enzo the entire time and it would have been the perfect return time for the Certified G, but he failed to show. 

Instead once again Cass managed to fight off both of the nine time tag team champions before being the one who stood tall at the end of the brawl,  which begs the question - Was Enzo's injury the best thing to happen to Big Cass?

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BIG CASS SET TO BE A BIG STAR?

Throughout his career in NXT Big Cass was always in the shadow of Enzo because the smaller guy was the pull of the group, he could talk and he could wrestle, whilst Cass was used as the muscle of the duo. 

Since Enzo's injury at last months Payback WWE have managed to cash in on the sympathy of the WWE Universe to put Cass over further despite the fact that he isn't a stand out promo giver, but his work in the ring manages to over shadow this. 

The past four weeks have seen Big Cass become a well known entity to the WWE Universe and was even able to main event Raw, so could Vince be so happy with Big Cass that he doesn't think he needs Enzo at his side anymore?

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ENZO READY TO RETURN?

Various reports have already suggested that Enzo was backstage at Extreme Rules last night and he has resumed his travelling duties with WWE as well. This means that Enzo could easily have ran out and made the save last night if Vince wanted him to. 

Before Enzo's injury, he and Cass were scheduled to lose the match and continue their rivalry with The Dudley Boys instead whilst The Vaudevillians went after The New Day. Cass has instead continued this rivalry all on his own and WWE have been happy to make one of the greatest tag teams in the history of the company weak in favor of giving Cass a major push. 

There is speculation suggesting that Enzo is still not clear to wrestle but he could easily have delivered a promo with Cass last night, WWE could be waiting to allow him to return tonight so that his return wasn't overshadowed by Seth Rollins, but WWE wouldn't have worked so hard to build Big Cass up over the last few weeks to let him go back to tag team wrestling. It seems Enzo and Cass could have a much shorter shelf life than many foresaw. 

IS CASS BETTER AS A TAG TEAM WRESTLER OR ALONE? WHY DO YOU THINK ENZO FAILED TO RETURN LAST NIGHT? HAVE YOUR SAY IN THE COMMENTS SECTION BELOW...

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