WWE has finally revealed who attacked Enzo Amore

WWE has finally revealed who attacked Enzo Amore

Graves announced that Big Cass had faked his own injury and had the footage to prove it.

The mystery of who's been attacking Enzo Amore and Big Cass was finally solved on this week's Raw ... and it was the final nail in the coffin for their popular tag team.

Below is the recap from the Monday Night RAW Live Coverage article in which Corey Graves cracked the case with security footage he found from last week.

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As seen below, the segment also featured RAW General Manager Kurt Angle as he questioned suspects Big Show and The Revival.

Cass said it felt damn good when he attacked Enzo, and now it was him chance to be a star.

Corey Graves then took up the responsibility to unravel the mystery. He showed a video of Big Cass setting up equipment backstage to make it look like he was attacked last week. Cass ripped into Enzo after admitting it was him, saying he got sick and exhausted of listening to Enzo run his mouth, and he didn't want to protect him anymore. Big Cass then confessed to attacking Enzo Amore and told him that he's wanted to knock him out for a long time, but he didn't because he felt bad about the fact that no one in the locker room likes him. Angle came out at the end of the show and then brought Enzo and Cass to the ring to address what has been going on in recent weeks. The Revival and Big Show were thought to be potential attackers by Angle before Cass admitted he's the attacker. In an effort to keep viewers tuned in, WWE scripted Angle to say that he would find out who was behind the attacks and we would find out by the end of the show. The two of them quickly grew a large fanbase inside of NXT, challenging for the NXT Tag Team Championships on numerous occasions.

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