Big Show

Big Show

Just like Andre the Giant and Big John Studd before him, Big Show can inspire fear at first sight. He is “The World’s Largest Athlete,” with astounding measurements: 485 pounds, 7 feet tall, size 22 EEEEEE shoes, 22 1/2 ring size, and a 64-inch chest. This man can go wherever he pleases, and do whatever he pleases. If you think you can stop him, try your luck. Odds are the outcome won’t be pretty.

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There isn’t much “The World’s Largest Athlete” hasn’t accomplished in wrestling. A multi-time world heavyweight champion, Big Show has also flipped between portraying a heel and babyface with alarming regularity. With each turn, his character starts to have less and less impact . . .

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Big Show was first seen in World Championship Wrestling in 1995, quickly becoming of their top stars. He held the WCW World Heavyweight Championship on two occasions. His dominance garnered attention from icons such as Hulk Hogan and “Macho Man” Randy Savage . . .

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Big Show Wants To Team Up With Neville
December 25, 2015 – There isn’t much “The World’s Largest Athlete” hasn’t accomplished in the professional wrestling industry. A multi-time world heavyweight champion, Big Show has also flipped between portraying a heel and babyface with alarming regularity. With each subsequent turn, his character starts to have less and less impact.

To promote WWE’s annual Tribute to the Troops event, Show was interviewed by Jonathan Coachman for ESPN’s SportsCenter. “The Coach” is a former WWE talent himself, so he was a fine choice to interview one of the sports-entertainment organization’s longest-running active competitors. The interview was quite routine, but it did include one interesting idea from Show regarding a WWE Superstar he feels has a lot of potential.

Show greatly admires Neville and would enjoy teaming with “The Man That Gravity Forgot” in the future. Although the gargantuan competitor is at the tail end of his career, there are certainly worse spots to be in than teaming with him.

About Big Show


Big Show

Big Show was first seen in World Championship Wrestling in 1995, quickly becoming of the promotion’s top stars. He held the WCW World Heavyweight Championship on two occasions. His dominance garnered attention from sports entertainment icons such as Hulk Hogan, “Nature Boy” Ric Flair and “Macho Man” Randy Savage.

However, as he watched sports entertainment explode from a distance, he knew there was only one place for him to be. In 1999, he made his debut in the WWF and manhandled the greats of sports entertainment. Despite having associates and being a part of factions, Big Show works best as a one-man wrecking crew.

On the July 4, 2006 episode of ECW on Sci Fi, Big Show solidified his place in history when he defeated Rob Van Dam and became the only individual to ever hold the WWE, WCW and ECW Championships. After over a year away from the ring, Big Show made a stunning return to WWE in 2008 at No Way Out. As sports entertainment was put on notice, this vicious goliath looked to return to annihilating self-professed contenders. He stepped outside of his traditional opponent pool at WrestleMania XXIV when he succumbed to boxing great Floyd Mayweather, Jr. in a No Disqualification Match.

Back in WWE full-time, Big Show added a finishing move to his already expansive list, a devastating right-handed knockout punch that could bring a locomotive to a dead stop. Shortly after, he returned to his rule-breaking ways and was escorted to the ring by Vickie Guerrero. Viewed as the most serious threat to World Heavyweight Championship, battles ensued with familiar foes including Undertaker, John Cena, The Great Khali and Triple H. The conflict with John Cena was brought to new levels when Big Show interfered in the Last Standing Match at Backlash in 2009.

In addition to his singles matches, Big Show captures championships with two of the most contemptuous characters in WWE history. First, he replaced an injured Edge as Chris Jericho’s partner, forming a tag team known as “Jeri-Show.” Next up was Show-Miz, where he and The Miz fought off tandems including Mark Henry and MVP, R-Truth and John Morrison, and the Hart Dynasty. However, the World’s Largest Athlete grew tired of The Miz’s personality and floored his partner, ending their championship union. The WWE Universe again cheered for Big Show as he took on the Straight Edge Society, Nexus and The Corre. Each group failed to take out Big Show, but in the process reunited him with Kane, a partnership that resulted in a WWE Tag Team Championship. Big Show added to his collection of championships in the WWE when he defeated Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania XXVIII for the Intercontinental Championship.

In a career that has included more than twenty championships, Big Show remains one of the most recognizable figures in professional wrestling history. In February 2011, the first-ever official WWE video was released on his career. This three-disc DVD set, titled The Big Show – A Giant’s World, gave fans a glimpse of what things looked like from his eyes.

Big Show Reveals When He Will Retire


February 16, 2016 – Big Show’s interview with Steve Austin on the Stone Cold Podcast immediately following last night’s episode of Monday Night Raw is worth going out of your way to see but very early on they addressed the elephant in the room: How much longer Show plans on wrestling for WWE.

Or, as Austin put it, how many years he has left in the tank.

“Two,” said Show.

He expanded on that, stating, “No, I’m not going to retire anytime soon, barring injuries. I love what I do every day and I think if you take an honest consensus poll of all the guys that I work with they’re very happy to have me here.”

Why leave when he’s having such a good time?

“Absolutely, man, it’s why I do it,” said Show. :I’ve done everything I could do at my stage as a giant, as a performer. I’ve had championships, I’ve won ’em all. Been fortunate enough to compete against the greatest names this business has ever seen and some of the future greats. I have fun every day I go to work.”