WrestlePro had an event that took place this past Saturday night from the Rahway Rec Center in Rahway, New Jersey. The event was done as a farewell show to Pat Buck, who is WrestlePro’s owner. He competed in his final match with the promotion as he is now working as a producer for the WWE.
It was reported by PWInsider.com that Big Cass (CazXL) was invited to compete in the event as a surprise entrant in a Battle Royale. Cass was acting “aggressive and erratic” in the backstage area while the show was going on.
Back in July at a Blink 182 concert, Enzo Amore and “The Bad Boy” Joey Janela had an altercation. That altercation was apparently what started the incident between Big Cass and “The Bad Boy” Joey Janela at Saturday night’s WrestlePro Event.
The incident started with Big Cass approaching Joey Janela in the backstage area, then threaten him. That then leads to a possible physical altercation between the two, but that has yet to be confirmed. It was also mentioned that the night prior both Big Cass and Joey Janela were in the same locker room, but there were no issues.
At that point, multiple people then tried to diffuse the situation, but apparently Big Cass implied that he was going to beat people up after thinking that someone stole his sweater. Pat Buck was then put in the middle of the situation as he was reportedly spat on and backed into a wall by Big Cass. Pat Buck then got physical on Big Cass as he laid Cass out on the ground with a single punch.
Police were reportedly just right next to the Rahway Rec Center, where the event took place. Big Cass was then escorted out of the building, his car was searched and Cass then started yelling out some things that alerted the medical personnel to place him in an ambulance and transport him to a local medical facility.
Just last month, Big Cass had an interview in which he opened up about his battle with drinking and depression. In December of 2018, Big Cass reportedly had a seizure at a House Of Hardcore Event.
“The Bad Boy” Joey Janela took to Twitter and addressed the incident. You can check out his tweet below:
Not gonna elaborate at all on this whole deal besides that it was probably the bizzare situation I’ve ever seen let alone been a part of in a wrestling locker room in 15 years, everything was cordial and friendly Friday and I hope the dude gets back on the right track…— Bad Boy Joey Janela (@JANELABABY) September 15, 2019
More information and updates will be provided on Big Cass and the recent incident once it becomes available.