Enzo and Big Cass are back in the game.
It was last week at Ring Of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling's G1 Supercard show at Madison Square Garden that Enzo and Big Cass invaded the show and brawled with the likes of The Briscoes and WWE Hall Of Famer Bully Ray. The madness kick-started when Enzo and Cass showed up after the Guerrillas of Destiny captured the ROH World Tag Team Championships and retained their IWGP Tag Team Titles in a winner take-all match.
Cass and Enzo jumped the guardrail and traded blows with those at ringside and were escorted out while holding their middle fingers in the air. Both men recently chatted with Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated and made it clear that they are not concerned with having high rated matches and simply want to raise hell and entertain the fans.
"It’s a dream come true to do what we did, and that’s have a fist fight in Madison Square Garden,” said Eric Arndt, who is the artist formerly known as Enzo Amore. “We walked out of there on our own terms, with our middle fingers in the air, on the first card not by a McMahon in over 60 years.”
Big Cass followed up with a comment behind Enzo:
"This isn’t about proving how good we are in-ring,” said William Morrissey, who skyrocketed to stardom in WWE as Big Cass. “We know how good we are. This isn’t about having great matches, it’s about raising hell and entertaining the fans.”
Cass further elaborated on his time in WWE. He went over the last month of run in the sports-entertainment company which was filled with going one-on-one with former WWE Champion Daniel Bryan. Cass stated that working with Bryan was fun and added that working live event matches with Bryan proved that he could hang in the ring.
"Working with Daniel Bryan, that was fun for me,” said Cass. “People don’t know I was working 30-minute main events with him every night leading up to Money In The Bank. That was my last match in WWE, and I proved to myself and everyone else how good I was.”