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Big Things Are Coming For Enzo And Cass

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The WWE might have hit the wrestling jackpot with Enzo and Cass. The duo have ignited crowds throughout the country during their time in WWE. It seems as if they will become cornerstones of the company for quite some time.

Enzo Amore might be one of the WWE’s best talkers. His exuberance and witty promos have made him a fan favorite. He’s certainly not the type of guy that you want to bring home to your mother.

Cass is a seven-foot tall giant. He doesn’t have the same energy of his tag partner, but that doesn’t mean he’s going to take a back seat. When Enzo was on the shelf with a concussion, WWE writers teased a promising singles career.

But make no mistake about it, these two work better as a team.

Fans were instantly drawn to Enzo and Cass. A lot of that comes from the their outstanding promos that feature a great amount of fan interaction. The mic work is similar to that of the New Age Outlaws, who were some of the best talkers in the business.

Enzo and Cass have already proven to be big draws for WWE. Their signature shirt just released to WWE.com, and there are an incredible amount of fan-made signs as well. Most of the live event signs feature Cass’s slogan SAWFT or Enzo’s famous words, “How You Doin?”

Enzo and Cass have the “It” factor that many WWE superstars don’t. One wreslter who believes that is John Cena, who spoke to IGN about the tag team.

“I’ve got my eye on Big Cass and Enzo Amore. I think they ooze everything that it takes to be a WWE superstar. They have so much energy.”

You’re just going to have to get used to Enzo and Cass. They are the hottest act in WWE. They’ve got good in-ring skills and can cut a good promo. The gimmick works, and fans are eating it up.

“How You Doin?”

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