Big Cass Makes First Wrestling Appearance Since 2019

And he's looking the opposite of "sawft"

For the first time in nearly a year and a half, Big Cass (known as Caz XL in post-WWE bookings) made an appearance at a wrestling event. And judging by the available media of his appearance, he's clearly gotten himself back into tremendous shape.

Cass appeared for Lariato Pro Wrestling on Saturday, at an event broadcast through Impact Plus. He joined in with Shawn Hernandez in making a save for Cass' former tag team partner, Enzo Amore.

Video of Cass' return was shared by Doc Gallows via Twitter.

Hernandez was advertised as having a mystery partner for a tag team match against Luke and Perry Hawx. Amore, meanwhile, was scheduled for a singles match with Augusto Atrois.

Cass was last part of a wrestling event in September 2019 in Waterbury, CT. He was removed from the event by police following altercations with both Joey Janela and Pat Buck.

Due to such incidents, as well as a series of personal issues (admitting battles with depression and anxiety), Cass took an extended sabbatical from the wrestling business. The appearance on Saturday was the first time he'd surfaced in wrestling since.

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