Raw General Manager Kurt Angle cracked the case of who attacked Enzo Amore & Big Cass

Raw General Manager Kurt Angle cracked the case of who attacked Enzo Amore & Big Cass

Kurt Angle promised that he would discover the identity of Enzo Amore & Big Cass’ mystery attacker on Raw, and he did … in a way. The Olympic Hero assembled Enzo & Cass, as well as The Revival, the chief suspects who had been spotted near almost every attack, and Big Show, who matches the description of a Superstar powerful enough to knock Enzo & Cass out with one punch.

Everyone, of course, denied involvement. Big Show openly floated the idea of leaving Raw over the accusations, and Dash & Dawson’s alibi of “This time we’re innocent” held up. And then Corey Graves rose from his chair at the commentary desk. Not to deny responsibility, but to break the case wide open: The Savior of Misbehavior unveiled a piece of footage that revealed Big Cass had feigned his own injury, and the revelation was enough to shatter the seven-footer’s façade.

Cass confessed to all of it: He attacked Enzo after having had his fill of “putting up with his crap” (including, recently, trash-talking Conor McGregor on Twitter), sticking by Enzo’s side and bailing him out of trouble until he couldn’t take it anymore. He even admitted to extending the controversy to see if Enzo was smart enough to figure it out. Cass laid into his tag team partner with such vitriol that Enzo shed tears, claiming Amore was the "dead weight" that had prevented him from ever becoming a champion in WWE. And then, he finally put Enzo down with a big boot to the face. Enzo couldn’t reply even if he wanted to — Cass’ actions had done all the talking.

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