Uniting with former tag team partner, Enzo Amore, Cass popped up at Lariato Pro Wrestling to make his first appearance since late 2019.
Cass, 34, has been very open about his mental health issues playing a big part in why he has had to stay away from wrestling, but he appears to be in better mental and certainly physical shape these days.
As you can see from the picture below, Cass has now turned himself into a 7ft-tall, ripped beast.
“After a long journey filled with an enormous amount of self-reflection, I now start my journey towards redemption. Thank you
@The_BigLG [Luke Gallows] for the opportunity, and thank you to everyone for continuing to believe in me.”
News outlet, WrestleVotes, believe the duo still have supporters in WWE.
“Just seeing now that Enzo & Big Cass showed up on a live event last night. Good for them. I know for a 100% FACT they still have supporters within WWE. No idea if that means anything though,” read a tweet.
Last time they were linked with a return to the company Triple H savagely shot those rumours down to talkSPORT and suggested that Amore had made them up.
Cass’ exile from wrestling began when he was pulled from a WrestlePro event following a backstage incident involving AEW’s Joey Janela and promoter Pat Buck.
Cass was with WWE until June 2018, but the promotion let him go for undisclosed behavioural issues, though many outlets reported it was a disagreement with his ex-girlfriend Carmella backstage that was the final straw for WWE.
Enzo and Cass also made a shock appearance for Ring of Honor at their G1 Supercard event at Madison Square Garden with NJPW, but it turned out to be a one-off.
Here’s to hoping Cass is now in a better place to resume his wrestling career.