• Former WWE Wrestler Returns To The Ring
Former WWE Superstar Big Cass (now known as CaZXL) made his return to the ring on Saturday night at a Lariato Pro Wrestling event.
This was his first wrestling appearance since September 2019.
Cass looked in great shape. Below are some photos:
Impact Wrestling Tag Team Champion Doc Gallows posted a video of his entrance. You can watch it below:
— “The Big LG” Doc Gallows (@The_BigLG) February 28, 2021
Cass saved his former tag team partner nZo (fka Enzo Amore in WWE) from a beatdown.
Cass took time away from pro-wrestling to take professional help to deal with some personal issues.
It’s really good to see Cass back in great shape again, as he let himself go after his WWE release. Here’s how he looked after his WWE release in 2018:
Cass has faced a lot of difficulties since his WWE release, where he dealt with depression, anxiety and suffered a seizure at a House Of Hardcore event.
Here’s what Cass said about his release from WWE on Booker T’s podcast in 2018:
“If I’m going to be honest with you, I made a lot of mistakes. I made a lot of mistakes in a very short period of time. I did some things that I shouldn’t have done. I guess the company couldn’t rely on me and couldn’t trust me. Look, I’ll just be honest with you, in my opinion, they made the right decision for them.
It was the right decision to get rid of me at that point in time – not to say I won’t be back – but at that point in time they definitely made the right decision for them. To be honest with you, looking at it they made the right decision for me.
Everyone makes mistakes, but when you make that many mistakes in that short of a period of time then you lose people’s trust and you’re not reliable anymore.
Yeah, I would have. I definitely would have fired myself. If I was in Vince McMahon’s position, I would have fired myself for sure, 100%.
Here’s the thing, I started with Johnny Rodz at his school when I was very young. I never really got to see what was out there. About a year into my training I got a call from WWE and they signed me.
I got signed right away to FCW, so my whole career has been pretty much in FCW and NXT. But I never really got to see what else is out there. There’s a whole world out there right now.
I just want to get out there and see what else is going on, but I will be back, obviously the goal is to get back to WWE.”
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• ON THIS DAY IN WCW HISTORY (February 27, 1993) – WCW Worldwide
On this day in 1993, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WCW Worldwide’.
This episode was pre-taped at the Georgia Mountains Center in Gainesville, Georgia and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the “WCW Slamboree 1993: A Legends’ Reunion” PPV.
The card of the show can be found here:
– Paul Orndorff vs. Bobby Baker
– Vinnie Vegas vs. Rob Morgan
– Vinnie Vegas Interview
– Maxx Payne vs. Johnny B. Badd
– WCW TV Title Tournament R1: Shanghai Pierce vs. Robbie V (RVD)
– Steve Austin, Brian Pillman & Heavenly Bodies vs. Ricky Steamboat, Shane Douglas & Rock & Roll Express
– Van Hammer calls out Vinnie Vegas