Big Cass Update, Cena vs. Ford News, Haynes Witnessed Two Murders
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Big Cass seemed to be on track for a major push in WWE last year after he split up from Enzo Amore. He scored several wins over his former partner and then went on to defeat The Big Show at SummerSlam last year as well. He has unfortunately had to miss several weeks of action after receiving a gruesome ACL injury. However, PWInsider recently reported that Big Cass has finally been spotted training once again at the WWE Performance Center. He has also reportedly gotten himself in great shape and is walking without any assistance now. Cass should now hopefully be able to recover and make it back to WWE programming within the next few months.
It was reported back in November of last year that the Ford Motor Company filed a lawsuit against WWE Superstar John Cena for selling his 2017 Ford GT vehicle. The motor company alleges that Cena had entered a contract with them to keep the car for at least two years. TMZ has now provided an update on where the status of the lawsuit currently stands. According to TMZ's new report, Cena claims that Ford's contract did not a twenty-four month no-resale clause after all. Cena has reportedly asked the judge to throw out the case due to a lack of presents in the final contract. We'll keep you updated as more on Ford's lawsuit against John Cena continues on.
Former WWE Superstar Billy Jack Haynes made a name for himself in the professional wrestling industry during the 80s and the 90s. He has recently made headlines over a video of himself that he posted online. Haynes says in the video that he claimed back in 2016 that he had witnessed two murders back in 1987 when he was working as a drug trafficker and enforcer. He recently came clean about watching the murders of Kevin Ives and Don Henry back several years ago, and now he is looking finally have those deaths investigated. Haynes is now asking for fans to contribute money to his GoFundMe page in order to raise the funds for an investigation into the murders.