Last week we reported that Big Cass appeared to have suffered an injury during one of the WWE live events on the overseas tour, but then it seemed more likely Cass was merely selling the effects of the Daniel Bryan attack on Smackdown Live two weeks ago.
However, speculation regarding Cass’ injury status began to mount when WWE pulled him from his scheduled Money in the Bank qualifying match on Smackdown this week and replaced the bout with Daniel Bryan vs Jeff Hardy. As a result of Cass being pulled from the qualifier, Daniel Bryan will advance to face Samoa Joe for a spot in the Money in the Bank ladder match, ending Cass’ chances of competing in the contract bout.
Shortly before Smackdown went live this week, PWInsider.com reported that Cass was spotted limping backstage at the tapings in Worcester, but it was uncertain whether or not he was simply kayfabing the injury.
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Mike Johnson has since updated the developing story and noted that Cass does, in fact, appear to be legitimately injured, and was spotted on crutches at the TV tapings this week. Furthermore, Cass is scheduled to meet with doctors to determine whether or not he needs ACL surgery. If Cass does indeed require surgery, which would be on the same knee he previously injured, Johnson noted it would be “bad news” for Cass.