NXT star Big Cass suffers potential broken leg

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Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady are the hottest tag team NXT has probably ever had.

The East Coast duo connect with the Full Sail crowd in a way that not many can master, and it seems like it is only a matter of time before the former Tag Team Champions make that big step up to the main roster, where they will undoubtedly go on to entertain the masses.

That won't be happening for a while, however, as it seems that Big Cass recently broke his leg.


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Potential Broken Leg

According to a report from Wrestling Inc, what was thought to just be a storyline injury might actually be a real one, with Cassady being spotted on crutches.

At last week's NXT TV tapings, they did what appeared to be an injury angle with Cass and The Mechanics for the October 28th episode. Correspondents in attendance were sure it was just an angle as they removed his knee brace and were working the leg over.

However, with Cass being seen on more than one occasion now using the crutches, it appears that the injury might be a lot more legitimate than was first thought.

If the injury is legit, then I hope - for the good of the team and NXT fans - that Cassady can get back into action sooner rather than later.

New Day Feud Needed

Cass and Enzo need to get called up to the main roster so we can see them take on The New Day. A feud between those two would be incredible, and infinitely more entertaining than anything the Dudley Boyz could muster up.

The realest guys in the room vs the Power of Positivity? Yes please.


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