Big Cass Turns on Enzo Amore, Reveals He Was the Backstage Attacker

Big Cass Turns on Enzo Amore, Reveals He Was the Backstage Attacker

Big Cass Turns on Enzo Amore, Reveals He Was the Backstage Attacker

Big Cass was finally revealed as the person behind the attacks on Enzo Amore on WWE RAW tonight, after Kurt Angle launched an investigation to reveal the culprit.

When asked if he had purposely put all this together and even attacked Enzo Amore, Big Cass had no choice but to fess up. Angle went through the short list of the Big Show and The Revival and figured out both of them were clean in the end, leaving him and the Certified Gs wondering who the attacker was.

In the final segment of the show, Kurt Angle vowed to get to bottom of the mystery.

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Right after Big Cass let the world know that he and Enzo were through, he delivered a vicious boot to his former partner and exited the ring.

First of all, Big Show was a suspect and he couldn't believe that he was even thought to have been accused of this. Through."-and a big kick to the head".

Corey Graves interjected and said he spoke to WWE's medical team, and they said none of them checked out Big Cass after they were attacked, and he was never medically cleared to compete last week.

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With no option left, Cass admitted to attacking Enzo because he was weighing him down. Cass said he was a champion in the making, but Enzo held him back and he was the reason that he hasn't been one yet. This angle has cemented Big Cass as a heel and Enzo will have his task cut out if he has to face the seven-footer in one-on-one combat. Jeff Timmons from the band 98 Degrees also randomly makes an appearance, and we run down our predictions for the Money in the Bank pay-per-view.

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