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WWE Indirectly Confirms SmackDown Live Star Isn’t Injured

Big Cass

• Intercontinental Championship Open Challenge To Continue On RAW

WWE posted the following regarding Seth Rollins’ Intercontinental Championship open challenge on RAW:

Who will be next to challenge Seth Rollins?

“Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins has already turned back Mojo Rawley and Kevin Owens in back-to-back Open Challenges, and he will likely continue this exciting tradition this week on Raw.

Superstars are undoubtedly lining up for their chance to unseat “Monday Night Rollins.” Will The Kingslayer’s reign come to an end at the hands of a surprise challenger?”

• WWE Indirectly Confirms SmackDown Live Star Isn’t Injured

We noted before how SmackDown Live Superstar Big Cass was seen limping at recent WWE Live Events. You can watch it below:

This caused speculation that Cass got injured once again.

However, that’s not the case.

We already confirmed that Cass is not injured as he was seen limping at multiple live events last week during the European tour as he was selling Daniel Bryan’s attack from SmackDown Live.

You can watch the attack below:

WWE indirectly confirmed this by posting a storyline article about this. Below is what WWE posted:

Big Cass helped off by WWE officials in Munich, Germany during WWE Live

“It seems as though Big Cass may still be in rough shape following the beating he suffered at the hands of Daniel Bryan this past Tuesday night on SmackDown LIVE.

As seen in the video above, the seven footer was assisted up the ramp way by WWE officials in Munich, Germany during the intermission of WWE Live’s event in Olympiahalle on Sunday. The uncertainty of Cass’ condition raises questions not only about the ramifications of Bryan’s attack on him this past Tuesday, but also Cass’ readiness for his Money in the Bank Qualifying Match against Samoa Joe that is scheduled for this Tuesday night on SmackDown LIVE.”

If Cass was legitimately injured, WWE wouldn’t have posted a storyline (kayfabe) update.

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