Former WWE star Big Cass who currently works at the Impact Wrestling under the ring name of W. Morressey recently looked back Triple H getting mad at him and Enzo once for singing New York New York.
Cass started his professional wrestling career back in 2009 and he trained for quite a long time. In 2011 he signed for WWE and started working in the Florida Championship Wrestling. In August 2012, he came to the NXT.
Big Cass Reveals Why Triple H Was Once Mad At Him And Enzo
In 2013 we teamed up with Enzo Amore and their tag team was loved by the fans. They Dominated the tag team division of NXT back then for three long years before they made their main roster debut in 2016 during WrestleMania 32.
After running strong for a year Enzo and Cass as Cass turned heel. He had two notable feuds during his singles from, the first one was with Enzo and the second one was with Daniel Bryan. In 2018 he was released by WWE and he decided to join the independent circuit. Earlier this year he signed with Impact Wrestling.
Big Cass who currently works at the Impact Wrestling under the ring name of W. Morressey recently spoke to Renee Paquette’s The Sessions where he looked back Triple H getting mad at him and Enzo once for singing New York New York. He said;
“When you get to WWE [main roster], it’s kind of like everything you do is a big deal and it could have consequences and you know, we [Morrissey & nZo] messed up a few times. I could think of one time when we really messed up.
“We went off-script in SummerSlam in Brooklyn and sang, I think a Frank Sinatra song and you can’t sing or imitate things that are copyrighted and that was a stern talking to. It was Hunter, he was furious. But we didn’t know. We didn’t know those sorts of things.
“It’s just like everything is amplified and it’s so much bigger and the magnitude of things you do and the consequences of things you do are way bigger and that’s something maybe in the moment that back then I didn’t realize but, you’re on live television.
“If you mess up or do something that could cause the company, that’s on you. It’s way — I don’t know. It’s way bigger, it comes with a lot more money and a lot more glory and whatever you wanna call it but, you have to watch yourself a lot more.”
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