In the world of professional wrestling, anything can happen. This was true Saturday when the pairing of former WWE Superstars Enzo Amore and Big Cass would reunite and “legitimately” invade the G1 Supercard put together by Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling.
While the interaction wasn’t given time on the PPV stream, there was a distinct lack of security involved according to fan footage that was taken of the interaction. Instead, Cass and Amore, now known as
This could either be a legitimate invasion by Cass and Amore or it could be a worked shoot used to create a buzz around the event on the biggest weekend of the year for WWE. With WrestleMania taking place on Sunday night and the WWE Hall of Fame taking place at the same time as the G1 Supercard, it would make sense that both NJWP and RoH would want to steal some of the limelight away by blurring the lines between a shoot and a work.
The duo of Cass and Amore haven’t been seen together since their time in WWE but this is a great way for the two to create a buzz around themselves, and whether it was intentional or just a byproduct of their antics, buzz for the two wrestling promotions involved Saturday.
This wouldn’t be the first time that Enzo invaded a major wrestling event as he would invade WWE’s Survivor Series last year.
Both Amore and Cass would also take to Twitter after the event to react to their invasion.
While Cass may have hinted that the two were still free agents in his tweet, this could just be a clever use of social media.
It’s unclear right now what’s real and what’s being worked but regardless, this type of thing is exactly what makes the world of professional wrestling so interesting and so much fun.