Former WWE stars Enzo Amore and Big Cass were the talk of social media after jumping the barricade during the ROH/NJPW G1 Supercard at Madison Square Garden in New York City. After invading the show, Enzo and Big Cass — now known as Real1 and Big Cazz — the two got into a fistfight with The Briscoes and Bully Ray.
A huge brawl then broke out with everyone near the ring jumping in and getting shots in on the former WWE stars.
Enzo was clearly on the worst of the receiving end.
That led to fans wondering if the attack was a work or a shoot.
The punches appeared to be legit and Enzo had visible bruises on his face and was seen bleeding, but security never did much to intervene and Enzo and Big Cass were eventually escorted out of the arena through the crowd rather than being arrested.
The incident took place prior Hiroshi Tanahashi & Zack Sabre Jr.’s match for the RPW British Heavyweight title.
One of the most interesting aspects of the invasion is that Enzo and Big Cass jumping the barricade was not actually shown on the broadcast. The entire attack seemed to be cut from the broadcast, which further raises the question of whether the brawl was legit.
Check out some of the videos that were captured by fans in attendance below.
— Italo Santana (@BulletClubIta) April 7, 2019
Ok, @real1 and Big Cass just invaded the wrong show. They tried to keep the off the broadcast but they’re getting tons of internet time. But seriously, they got their asses whooped when they were being kept off screen. #G1Supercard pic.twitter.com/lrG0QVTDWC
— Ellis Mbeh #StayAtHome (@EllisMbeh) April 7, 2019
What do you think about the Enzo and Big Cass invasion at ROH/NJPW G1 Supercard? Were the fans in attendance at Madison Square Garden treated to a “worked shoot” angle or a legitimate invasion of the show?
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