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Big Cass wants to main event Wrestlemania with Roman Reigns

Big Cass

Big Cass recently had an interview with Sports Bible where he talked about a number of wrestling related topics, below are some of the highlights from his latest interview:

Talking about working with the world’s largest Athlete The Big Show, Cass said that it’s something he has never done before, but he is looking forward to it:

 “It’s something I’ve never done before, I’ve never worked with anybody my size or bigger than me so right off the bat I split up with Enzo and the Big Show steps up, now I’ve got to mix it up with the Big Show. It’s a difficult challenge because he’s the Big Show, he’s seven feet tall, he’s nearly five hundred pounds and he’s very tough to mix it up with. It’s something I’ve never done before but I’m looking forward to the challenge.”

When asked what is his goal for Wrestlemania, the former NXT Star said that he would like to Main Event WrestleMania with none other than the ‘Big Dog’ Roman Reigns:

“Roman Reigns has main evented three Wrestlemanias in a row and I’d really like to main event Wrestlemania with Roman Reigns. That’s the match I really want right now. Love him, hate him whatever you think of him it doesn’t matter, he’s main evented three straight Wrestlemanias and that’s almost unprecedented.”

Big Cass is currently rumoured to face Big Show at SummerSlam though this match is yet to be confirmed by WWE.


  • M

    He has the potential but no direction. Any momentum he had they killed the following week from his heel turn by not reinventing him. The move set could grow over time but not giving him a new look and at least a finisher, he’s DOA.

  • oppa

    At some point, he’s really going to miss Enzo as his mouthpiece.

  • Omar

    Vince’s wet dream

  • Thomas Murray

    agreed as we rightly took the mick out of cena for his 5 moves of doom, has this guy even got 3

  • M

    Yawn. Unless they repackage Cass with a new look and better in ring skills, he will never main event a ppv.

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