Enzo Amore and Big Cass were quite a pair in WWE, but now that both are former Superstars that friendship carries on post-WWE.

Big Cass recently had a very bad episode at a WrestlePro show. Apologizes and forgiveness has already been shared around, but the situation is still troubling. Big Cass suffers from depression and those issues caught up with him once again.

While appearing on Busted Open Radio, Enzo Amore opened up about how he helps his friend out. Depression is a serious issue so it’s great that Big Cass has supportive people around who really care about him.

“Depression is a serious battle and people who are fighting it are just like me and you, and some are hiding it. You can act like everything is fine and all right, but I need people to know that Big Cass is in the same situation. He’s a big guy, a tough guy, but he’s vulnerable right now. He wants the world to know that if I can struggle with it then it’s okay for you to do so too. The number one thing you need to do when battling depression and anxiety is to be there for one another because the world can bring you down and I refuse to let it take me down and to take down my tag team partner. When Big Cass wakes up in the morning and he’s questioning why he’s alive, that’s something I can’t relate to but I have to understand.”


We continue to wish the best for Big Cass as he battles his demons and tries to get himself back on the right track.

Big Cass alluded that he might not return to the public spotlight, but he also promised that if he does then he will be focused and his issues will be well behind him. We can only hope that is the case.

Thanks to Wrestle Zone for the quote

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