Big Cass Talks About Indie Career and Possibly Joining AEW

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Big Cass Talks About Indie Career and Possibly Joining AEW

Big Cass recently appeared on Chris Van Vliet’s show where he shared details about his indie career and possibly joining AEW in the future. Big Cass is a former WWE wrestler and left after he realized that he couldn’t perform well due to personal problems.

Ever since leaving WWE, Big Cass has focused on building an amazing physique and was able to compete at various indie events. According to Big Cass, he is enjoying his indie wrestling career.

Big Cass on Possibly Joining AEW in the Near Future

“It feels amazing,” CazXL said.

“There was a point in time where I thought I don’t want to go back to wrestling. I almost hated it and resented it so bad. I woke up four months ago and realized that was the first thing I fell in love with. You want to do what you love in life, you want to do what you’re passionate about, or you’re not gonna be happy.

I am passionate about wrestling, and I just started my journey to getting back into the ring”. He admitted that he thought about quitting wrestling and moving to a different industry. “Yeah I think so,” Caz said when asked if he thought he was done.

“I was kind of just looking. I was thinking about going back to school to get my masters in social work. I’m very passionate about recovery and I want to help people. That was an option, to go back and get my masters.

I was kind of just looking at different paths in my life, and I told myself I wasn’t going back to wrestling. But yeah, here I am. I guess it was resentment, or just that I really hated it for a little while. I didn’t want to be anywhere near it”.

Big Cass then spoke about whether or not AEW is going to be his next destination. He stated that it could be his next destination but he would like to take one step at a time. “I would love to go to AEW,” Big Cass said.

“I’d love to go back to WWE, go to AEW, IMPACT, New Japan, Ring of Honor, wherever. Those conversations with Gallows and Anderson have happened and it’s something I would love to do. But one day at a time is the way I take it, I don’t want to look too far into the future.

If a phone call comes tonight that’s great, if it doesn’t come for another three to four months or a year, that’s fine too. I’m open to go anywhere and to have fun, and to make a name for myself”.