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WWE Impressed With Big Cass’ Performance On AEW Dynamite

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• WWE Impressed With Big Cass’ Performance On AEW Dynamite

On this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, W. Morrissey (fka Big Cass in WWE) made his All Elite Wrestling debut.

He faced Wardlow in a singles match and lost. You can watch it below:

According to Andrew Zarian, WWE Officials were impressed with Morrissey’s performance in this match:

“I got a couple of messages about him from people. People wanting to know when his contract ends (with IMPACT Wrestling).

I’m not gonna say that WWE is gonna take him but I can tell you that WWE is definitely impressed by him. There’s no way around it, man.

I got a message last night while he’s coming out and somebody wrote, ‘did you see this F’N guy?’”

On Busted Open Radio, ECW Legend Tommy Dreamer advised AEW to sign Morrissey to a contract:

“I’ve been kinda impressed with W. Morrissey a lot through his journey. And I was happy to see him on that platform. The IMPACT Wrestling fans love when he comes out. He has been in a feud with Brian Myers.

He’s had some amazing matches in his time in IMPACT Wrestling, and I’m so happy, most importantly, he is doing great in his personal life.

Whether his IMPACT time is coming to an end, I hope that AEW would be smart enough to sign him because he is pure money, and you got to see how good he is.”

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• Old School WWF Tag Team Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF/WCW Tag Team Wrestling Legend “Nasty Boy” Brian Knobbs (Real name: Brian Yandrisovitz) celebrates his 58th birthday today.

Brian Knobbs was most famous as one half of the legendary Tag Team ‘The Nasty Boys’ with his partner Jerry Sags.

Together they worked for the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), the American Wrestling Association (AWA), World Championship Wrestling (WCW), Xcitement Wrestling Federation (XWF) & Total Nonstop Action! (TNA).

They teamed from 1985 till 1997 and then reunited again in 2001 and still team up to this day during occasional appearances on the independent scene.


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