Come on, we know you've seen it.
There's no way you haven't. If you've been on Youtube, you've come across wrestling's most infamous clip.
Simon Gotch buries Enzo Amore.
At over 1.4 million views, it was impossible to ignore in your recommended videos. That was even the case for Gotch's former tag team partner, Aiden English.
I probably did. I think I know exactly what you’re talking about, that story’s popped up and I’m sure I watched it. It’s been a while, but I’m sure I did," English, real name Matt Rehwoldt, told Fightful.
Fightful wants those 1.4 million views, so we asked him to bury Big Cass.
"Oh, God, why would I want—I love Big Cass. I’ll bury my cat, who wakes me up at two in the morning," English said.
There you have it. Aiden English buries Big Ca(t)ss.
He respects the hustle, saying "You can just treat it like those fake Instagram accounts that look like “Liv Morgan WWE,” where it’s spelled with a W instead of a V or something like that. Yeah, just get them with the one spelling error. Oh, yeah. It’s click, click, click. Click through."
Enzo Amore bit back at Simon Gotch, as he was interviewed by the same gobshite that Gotch was.