In an update to Big Cass's condition, posted to WWE's website, it's revealed that the 7-foot superstar has an ACL tear in his left knee.
He's scheduled for knee surgery this week, and the prognosis for a normal ACL tear rehab is 9 months, which will put his return some time late spring, meaning he'll most likely miss WrestleMania 34 in New Orleans next April.
Big Cass was in the midst of his first big singles push after turning heel on his longtime tag team partner, Enzo Amore.
Last night, Cass hurt his knee in a Brooklyn Streetfight against Enzo, and after the injury, Enzo Tweeted some less than sympathetic sentiments.
Then, 10 minutes later, he seemed to walk it back a little:
Hard to see why Enzo has rubbed so many people the wrong way, isn't it?
Fightful wishes Bill Morrissey, aka Big Cass, a full and speedy recovery.