Enzo Amore's Attacker Revealed

The month-long mystery as to who attacked Enzo Amore and Big Cass has been solved.

RAW General Manager Kurt Angle came out at the end of Monday Night RAW to resolve the issue and it was revealed that, not only was The Revival and Big Show not involved in any way shape or form in the attacks, but it was Big Cass who attacked his longtime buddy and faked his own attack from last week. 

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Below is the recap from the Monday Night RAW Live Coverage article in which Corey Graves cracked the case with security footage he found from last week.

Angle comes out and says he will not allow further harm to come to any of his superstars. He invites Enzo and Cass to the ring. Angle says he's been talking to "suspects" and brings out The Revival and Big Show. Angle says to Big Show that Cass told him he was knocked out by a strong punch and asks him if he attacked Cass. Show is insulted and says he doesn't need to be on RAW anymore and leaves. Angle then turns his attention to The Revival and Angle says the duo is innocent. Corey Graves then interrupts from the commentary table and says WWE medical staff never treated him. 

Graves announces he knows what happened last week and shows footage from last week. Cass is on security footage, looks around and then picks up some stage equipment. The security footage revealed that Cass faked his attack. Graves blames Cass for attacking Enzo and Cass admits it. Cass says he felt bad for Enzo, but is tired of Enzo's shenanigans for years and says it felt really good to attack. He wanted Enzo to suffer from all the crap he pulled at NXT and on the main roster. Cass called Enzo dead weight and the reason he has never been a champion in WWE. Cass is no longer behind Enzo and that the duo are through, resulting in Cass dropping Enzo with a big boot as RAW comes to a close!

The mystery began last month when Enzo was attacked on multiple RAWs and Cass imploring Angle to find out who attacked his former partner. The Revival and Big Show were thought to be potential attackers by Angle before Cass admitted he's the attacker.

Enzo and Cass had been together since 2013, starting out at NXT. The two of them quickly grew a large fanbase inside of NXT, challenging for the NXT Tag Team Championships on numerous occasions. They made their main roster debuts after WrestleMania 32 and also challenged for the WWE and RAW Tag Team titles, but have yet to win a title in either WWE or NXT.  

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