Over the years, WWE has created a very respectful situation towards the veterans of the company, with different names such as those of Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Bill Goldberg and many others, who were treated as real Legends in the backstage of the company and therefore their use, in the last period of their career, has always been savored, to avoid possible injuries or annoyances, which would affect the performance of such important athletes.
Apparently, in one of the last engagements had by the Deadman and the WWE Heartbreak Kid, The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels, the two are said to have also needed some stunt doubles, who would go and shoot scenes for a promo that went on to the scene during WrestleMania 32, with the two legends of the rings of the McMahon-owned company, who in fact, have never been filmed by cameras, but have been portrayed by other colleagues.
In the video summary of the feud between The Undertaker and Shane McMahon, the WWE has in fact helped with several athletes to play the roles of Shawn Michaels and The Undertaker, in their long feud in the Wrestlemania rings, in which they eventually joined also Triple H, in the famous saga that culminated with the End of an Era of Wrestlemania 28.
Big Cass was used as a body double for The Undertaker
In his latest interview released on Twitch, in a live session with his fans, the former WWE Aiden English wanted to tell how he and other colleagues have interpreted the great and illustrious wrestlers, saying: "So I flew in there to film parts of an intro for WrestleMania 32.
Me, Chad Gable and Big Cass played the stunt doubles of some very famous Superstars. I did the stunt double for Shawn Michaels, for Wrestlemania 32" After revealing this curiosity that no fans yet knew, Aiden also wanted to pull out some photos of the scenes, with him dressed in the classic Shawn Michaels ring attire and with Big cass who instead played the role of WWE gravedigger, The Undertaker.
The wrestling world received a surprise over the weekend when former WWE Superstar Big Cass (now known as CaZXL) returned to the ring at a Lariato Pro Wrestling event. The show was promoted by one-half of the IMPACT Wrestling Tag Team Champions, Doc Gallows.
Big Cass and Hernandez saved Enzo Amore (now known at nZo) at the event by driving off the heels that attacked Cass' former fellow WWE star. Cass, who has not tweeted since September 2019, broke his Twitter silence by reflecting on his return to professional wrestling.
"After a long journey filled with an enormous amount of self-reflection, I now start my journey towards redemption. Thank you @The_BigLG for the opportunity, and thank you to everyone for continuing to believe in me *praying hands emoji* #StraightOuttaStep12"