W Morrissey, formerly known as Big Cass in WWE, has explained the nature of his current deal with IMPACT Wrestling after his recent debut.
Morrissey revealed that his deal with IMPACT is not a long-term one and he’s not certain about what future plans hold for him.
Speaking with Inside The Ropes, the former Big Cass said:
“I’m here right now. That’s really all I can say. I’m grateful to wake up every day, I’m grateful to be alive, so I have to live one day at a time and I can’t future-trip, man, because in recovery, if you future-trip, that’s unhealthy so in terms of real long-term and looking too far down the line, where am I going to end up? I can’t worry about that. But for right now, I’m in and I love being in IMPACT – and I’m going to tell you, I’ll be here today, tomorrow and probably a few weeks from now, but as far as super long-term, there’s nothing really long-term set right now.”
Morrissey also mentioned that his dream opponent right now is Kenny Omega, adding:
“Well, it would have been Kenny Omega. Because I want to work with the best and he is one of the best in the world right now, and he’s at the top of the wrestling industry. I would love to work with Omega. I’d love to wrestle him for the IMPACT World Title, and that’s still something I want to do, but I’d also want to get my hands on Rich Swann because, to be honest with you, I’m very pissed off at him.
“There’s a few people here that I really want to face. Moose is another that I really want to wrestle but yeah, I mean, if I had to write one down, it has to be Omega. I want a match with one of the best in the world, the guy at the top of the industry carrying every freakin’ belt. The guy’s just dripping with gold. Yeah, that’s the guy. That’s the match that I want and if it doesn’t happen this time or year, hopefully it happens somewhere down the line.”
We had an exclusive interview with Cass a couple of months ago during which he opened up about his battle with alcoholism, his time in WWE and more, so check out our exclusives page if you’re interested in seeing what he had to say.