WWE’s Seven-Footer Could Be Out Of Action Until Next Year Following Recent Injury

WWE Superstar Big Cass recently suffered an injury during his match in Newcastle, England on May 17, 2018. The seven-footer was in “visible discomfort and frustration” two days later in Amsterdam, and while many suggested the injury as a scripted “work”, the Superstar was pulled out of the Money In The Bank qualifying match against Daniel Bryan on SmackDown Live.

According to PWInsider, Cass might be due for his second ACL surgery in less than a year’s time, which could sideline the seven-footer for the next six to nine months. Cass had previously missed 8 months of action following an ACL tear in August, 2017 on Monday Night RAW and made his return on April 17, 2018 on SmackDown Live.

Big Cass suffered the injury at the hands of an angry Daniel Bryan whom he had eliminated from the first-ever 50-Man Greatest Royal Rumble Match in Saudi Arabia and had antagonized in the weeks leading up to the attack. WWE is yet to acknowledge the seven-footer’s injury.