— According to a report by Mike Johnson at pwinsider.com, Big Cass has been seen working out at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, FL recently as he recovers from reconstructive ACL surgery.
— The report adds that Cass looks to be in “great shape” but doesn’t appear to be taking any bumps yet which would be the next step in his road to full recovery.
— WWE initially suggested that Cass would be sidelined for approximately nine months following the ACL surgery back in August of 2017 so it’s been about six months so far. By those calculations, Cass seems to have an outside shot at competing at WrestleMania 34 but it would obviously depend on when WWE’s medical staff clears him.
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— At the time of his injury last summer, Cass was at the beginning of a reported huge push by WWE so the expectation is that when he returns, that push will likely resume.