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Triple H shoots down rumors of Enzo Amore and Big Cass returning to WWE

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Triple H shoots down rumors of Enzo Amore and Big Cass returning to WWE

Bada boom, NXT ain’t got no room.

As NXT’s shift to a two hour live format on the USA network draws nearer, rumors have begun to surface about talent new and old joining the black and gold brand. One such rumor concerned Enzo Amore and Big Cass, NXT alums who were released by the company in January 2018 and June 2018 respectively.

However, during a media tour to promote today’s NXT UK TakeOver: Cardiff show, Triple H was asked about the rumors and shut them down. Talk Sport editor Alex McCarthy sat down with The Game and asked him about the rumors:

As you can see, Triple H emphatically shut down the rumors, saying “I immediately then had our PR go like, ‘yeah, no, zero interest.'” He went on to say, “Congratulations to Enzo, I’m sure spreading rumors has worked well for him. I just don’t want any part of it.”

How YOU doin’?

Interestingly, Big Cass was not mentioned by Triple H. Cass is thought to have left WWE on much better terms than Enzo did, and now that he seems to have been able to turn his life around and improve his body and mind, the door is likely open for a solo return for the big man. His former hype man, however, seems to have burned that bridge.

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