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Enzo Amore On Why He Didn’t Join Big Cass In Impact Wrestling

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• Enzo Amore On Why He Didn’t Join Big Cass In Impact Wrestling

Former WWE Superstar Big Cass recently made his IMPACT Wrestling (fka TNA) debut at the Rebellion 2021 PPV under the ring name ‘W. Morrissey’.

Morrissey teamed up with Deaner, Joe Doering and Rhino to defeat the team of Eddie Edwards, Willie Mack, Chris Sabin and James Storm.

Morrissey picked up the win for his team by pinning Mack after hitting the East River Crossing.

Then on this week’s episode of IMPACT Wrestling, he went on to defeat Sam Beale. He then cut a promo and said the entire wrestling industry is filled with bad people, but the difference between him and all the rest is he’s not afraid to admit it.

Fans asked Big Cass’ former WWE Tag Team partner Enzo Amore why he didn’t join him in IMPACT Wrestling.

Here’s what Enzo replied:

“Thor doesn’t need a Robin.”

Big Cass was released from WWE in 2018. He returned to the indy scene earlier this year after being away since September 2019 due to depression and alcohol addiction issues.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (May 1, 1999) – Old School Wrestling Veteran Passed Away

On this day in 1999, we lost Old School Wrestling Veteran Jos LeDuc (Real name: Michel Pigeon) at the age of 54 due to natural causes.

Jos LeDuc wrestled for several different territories in Canada and the United States during the 60s, 70s & 80s, mostly teaming with his kayfabe brother Paul LeDuc as The Leduc Brothers.

He briefly wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation between March and July 1988, but most famously had a role in the first ever movie Vince McMahon & the WWF ever produced: “No Holds Barred” starring Hulk Hogan.

† REST IN PEACE JOS LEDUC

August 31, 1944 – May 1, 1999

        
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