Former WWE Superstar Big Cass, now known on the independent scene as Caz XL, recently discussed his release from WWE with Chris Van Vliet. During the conversation with Van Vliet, Caz explained that he was never wished “all the best in his future endeavors”. Caz also said he believes things still remained cordial between himself and WWE Chairman Vince McMahon upon his release, and he told Chris:
"I had a feeling. I was really acting out and really making a lot of mistakes, in a fairly short amount of time, I definitely expected it… I remember the day that I was fired, it was a meeting with Vince. Me, him and (Mark) Carano were in there for a while and we had a really good conversation. It was more a conversation about… the performance was maybe touched upon for a minute, in terms of Big Cass. But that conversation was mostly about William Morrissey. I don’t know why the “future endeavours” wasn’t (included), I don’t look into that. But I thought it was amicable when I left the building that day.”
Caz also mentioned that he recently had a conversation with another pair of former WWE Superstars. When asked about AEW, Caz stated:
"I would love to go to AEW. I’d love to go back to WWE, go to AEW, IMPACT, New Japan, Ring of Honor, wherever. Those conversations with Gallows and Anderson have happened and it’s something I would love to do”.
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(H/T and transcribed by SKWrestling)