His name was Big Cass. He’s 7-feet-tall, and you can’t teach that. Now the former WWE Superstar can check AEW off his list of companies.

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Big Cass, now known as W. Morrissey, was with Impact Wrestling where he had a nice run. He was consistently booked strong as his redemption story continued. This week on AEW Dynamite, Tony Khan brought the former WWE Superstar to Baltimore for Dynamite.

William Morrissey was booked as Wardlow’s opponent. He was placed there as a gauntlet device for MJF to further his storyline with Ward-dog. We’ll have to see if the former Big Cass makes any more returns to AEW, but this was certainly a nice start.


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