Big Cass reveals which WWE superstars he would book against Conor McGregor

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When it comes to Enzo Amore and Big Cass, the latter has often expressed a more physical attitude and the former a more verbal. 

This being said, there is no ignoring the words of seven-foot tall Big Cass, who though he may take a step back when it comes to mic work with Enzo Amore, still ensures he gets his word across when he wants to.

As Wrestling Inc has reported, the WWE superstar was interviewed recently ahead of his and Amore's match against Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens on Sunday night at the SummerSlam pay-per-view event.


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Strong words

As well as discussing why he feels he and his partner will have the advantage on August 21, Cass also spoke about the ever-outspoken UFC fighter; Conor McGregor.

The question was put to the 30-year-old as to who he would book in a fatal four way match against the Irishman, with his response possible surprising a few fans of both UFC and WWE.

Big choices

The WWE superstar explained that he would pick Brock Lesnar, Randy Orton and Big Show to take on the 28-year-old.

Whilst the inclusion of the experienced UFC star Lesnar may not come as much of a shock, the additions of Randy Orton and Big Show are a little more questionable.

It seems as though Cass was opting for size and power more than anything when making his choices, which would certainly give the WWE superstars an advantage over 5 ft 9in McGregor. 

Although this fantasy match is highly unlikely to ever take place, McGregor's vocal feud with WWE of late would surely mean luck would not be on his side. 

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