Enzo Amore has shown support for his former WWE tag partner, Big Cass after the seven-footer collapsed at a House Of Hardcore show at the weekend.
When something that clearly wasn't supposed to happen does at a wrestling show, you can often feel the air get sucked out of the room. There have been a number of instances over the years, the most recent being when David Arquette accidentally had his throat cut during a death match with Nick Gage.
At a House Of Hardcore event in Philadelphia this past weekend, there was a very different moment that understandably left a dark cloud hanging over the show. During the event's intermission, former WWE Superstar Big Cass suffered a seizure. The seven-foot New York native was heading out to sell some merch when he reportedly fell face first onto the floor. He was later taken to a local hospital.
Thankfully, the latest on Cass is that he is recovering well. Tommy Dreamer has spoken to him since the seizure and relayed to fans that he is doing okay. Certain wrestlers have been letting Cass know he is in their thoughts right now too. The most notable name from that list is Enzo Amore. The pair has been friends for a long time and were an extremely successful tag team in NXT and on Raw.
On Sunday, Amore tweeted a photo of the two of them coming down the entrance way in NXT. The former Cruiserweight Champion wrote "If I had a dime for everytime one of us got knocked down & didn’t get back up..... I would have
#ZeroDIMES." He also tweeted that he was praying for Cass right after news of his seizure broke on social media.
The incident reminds us of a time when Amore suffered a serious injury competing in a match alongside Cass. Amore hit his head hard on the bottom rope as he was thrown out the ring, a blow that clearly knocked him out instantly. It was a scary situation and it was plain to see how concerned Cass was as his friend and tag partner was taken to the back. Amore couldn't express that concern on camera but has done via social media.