You never say never in the wrestling business, and this news just about confirms that.
According to the Wrestling Observer, WWE has reached out to Enzo and Cass about making a return to the company.
The idea is to have them return to NXT as a top tag team, the place where they first rose to notoriety.
Dave Meltzer says WWE have been in contact with the pair but no deal has been struck yet.
“WWE has been in contact with Enzo and Cass about a surprise return to be top stars on the NXT brand. We don’t know if they’ve accepted, but Cass really hasn’t done much on the indie scene and has also made it clear he wants to get back. Enzo, who really knows. He says a lot of things but his rap career isn’t exactly going anywhere and he also hasn’t done much on the indie scene, but hasn’t walked away from wrestling either.”
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As mentioned by Meltzer, neither man has made waves on the independent circuit and their biggest appearance was crashing the Ring of Honor/New Japan show at Madison Square Garden earlier this year.
With NXT moving to the USA Network next month, it seems as though WWE are trying to bring in more ‘strar power’.
Amore was let go by WWE in early 2018 amid rape allegations, but he has since been cleared of such charges.
Cass didn’t last long either. The seven-footer headed for the exit in June of that same year and he has been open on several podcasts about being his own worst enemy in the company at the time.