Big Cass showed up in Impact Wrestling as W. Morrissey and he got to work in a hurry to prove himself. After a pay-per-view victory against Willie Mack at Under Siege, he is now on his way to his next goal. That doesn’t mean he will be with Impact Wrestling for the long haul.

While speaking to Inside the Ropes, Morrissey spoke about how he is getting a fresh start with Impact Wrestling. This all came together after he appeared for Doc Gallows’ Lariato Pro Wrestling company. Now he is with Impact Wrestling, and he is grateful for the opportunity. He did not sign a very long deal, although he didn’t disclose exactly how long he’s in for.

“I’m here right now. That’s really all I can say. I’m grateful to wake up every day, I’m grateful to be alive, so I have to live one day at a time and I can’t future-trip, man, because in recovery, if you future-trip, that’s unhealthy so in terms of real long-term and looking too far down the line, where am I going to end up? I can’t worry about that. But for right now, I’m in and I love being in IMPACT – and I’m going to tell you, I’ll be here today, tomorrow and probably a few weeks from now, but as far as super long-term, there’s nothing really long-term set right now.”

Nothing is set when it comes to W. Morrissey’s long term destination in pro wrestling. He is still proving himself after overcoming a lot of personal obstacles. There was even a time when he considered retiring from professional wrestling, but he was able to make it through those darker days and arrive in Impact Wrestling where he has impressed a lot of people so far.

Impact Wrestling could extend a great offer to Morrissey that might convince him to stick around for much longer. He seems to be focused on the here and now at this time.

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Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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