Big Cass plays down John Cena comparisons

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There has been a lot of hype surrounding Big Cass over the past few months, ever since he debuted on the main roster alongside Enzo Amore, rumours have run rampant that the seven-foot-tall giant could be destined for a great singles career.

We’ve heard plenty of rumours regarding Cass, along with comparisons to John Cena and a potential bout with Brock Lesnar. However, the always-humble Big Cass is refusing to be drawn into such talk.


In a recent interview with My West Michigan, Big Cass shot down the comparisons with Cena, saying, “I wouldn’t go that far, I don’t know about that.” 


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In a sit-down interview with Michael Cole, alongside Enzo, Big Cass highlighted why he got into the wrestling industry and brought up the fear on every fans’ mind, that Enzo and Cass could be split in the draft next week, but Cass told Cole he only got into the business to be the best.


“I got into this for one reason, and one reason only and that’s to be the man, in order to do that you have to be the best. There can only be one guy that’s the best, right now we’re a tag team, but if we get split up, that’s the start of my journey to my ultimate goal and that’s to be te very best that this company has to offer.”

The future is bright for Big Cass; we’ll have to see whether the company come true on those rumours by giving Big Cass an astronomical push.

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