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Big Show

Knowledge Identifier: $Big_Show


Big Show

American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, Big Show add

Category: Movies & TV

Launched in 2002.

Countries: United States (69%), Canada (9%), South Africa (3%)

Main connections: WWE, John Cena, Montreal Screwjob

Linked to: Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Money in the Bank, Money in the Bank ladder match, The Corporation




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Big Show has been featured in infomercials for Stacker 2 with NASCAR drivers Kenny Wallace, Scott Wimmer, and Elliott Sadler, crew chief Jeff Hammond, and 2002, 2005, and 2011 Sprint Cup Champion Tony Stewart add something


Matt Bloom - Subsequently, he spent much of his time on Velocity until December 2002, when he joined forces with Paul Heyman and The Big Show, and was renamed A-Train at Heyman's suggestion


Brock Lesnar - With Angle temporarily put out of action, Lesnar's rivalry with Heyman and the Big Show resumed, which culminated in a match at the Royal Rumble in January 2003


He was eliminated by Chris Benoit at the Royal rumble in 2004 add something


Eddie Guerrero - On March 13, 2004 , Guerrero , along with The Big Show , Trish Stratus and Chris Jericho, made their guest appearances on "MADtv" as they "beat up" Jay Leno while Tonight Show Band leader Kevin Eubanks watched


In 2005, Wight leased a bus and hired a bus driver because of the practical problems his size presents to air travel and car rental add something


On October 17, Big Show defeated Edge and was thus entered in an online opinion poll, with the winner of the poll facing John Cena and Kurt Angle in a Triple Threat match for the WWE Championship at Taboo Tuesday 2005 add something


Amy Weber - The dart was actually intended for JBL's No Way Out 2005 opponent, Big Show


Taro Akebono - On March 31, 2005, Akebono made an appearance on SmackDown to accept the Big Show's challenge to a sumo match at WrestleMania 21


On the December 12 episode of "Raw", Big Show took part in a qualifying match for a shot at the WWE Championship in an Elimination Chamber match at New Year's Revolution 2006 add something


The ensuing feud between Kane and Big Show culminated in a match at Backlash 2006 that ended in a ruling of no-contest add something


On December 6, 2006 following an unsuccessful rematch, announced that Big Show was taking time off from the ring to heal injuries he had sustained on ECW. After December to Dismember, Big Show told the WWE and he said "I'm a raw boned bastard that breaks things and moves the immovable objects add something


WWE announced that Wight's WWE contract had expired on February 8, 2007, his 35th birthday add something


After a two-month departure from WWE, Wight replaced Jerry Lawler when the WWE withdrew him from a match with former nWo partner Hulk Hogan at the PMG Clash of Legends on April 27, 2007 add something


After the title loss, he hit The Miz with a knockout punch and hugged Teddy Long, thus Show turned face for the first time since 2008 add something


Oren Hawxhurst - On the March 21, 2008 episode of "SmackDown", Hawx, along with Chase Stevens and Andy Douglas, faced and lost against The Big Show in a 3-on-1 handicap match


Cody Rhodes - In August 2009, Rhodes, along with DiBiase, The Big Show and The Great Khali appeared on "The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien"


Ted DiBiase, Jr. - On August 26, 2009, DiBiase appeared on the late-night talkshow "The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien" along with Cody Rhodes, The Great Khali, and The Big Show


In 2010, he had his first major role in the comedy film "Knucklehead", which was produced by WWE Studios add something


On the April 26, 2010 episode of "Raw", Show and Miz lost the Unified Tag Team Titles to The Hart Dynasty add something


At Vengeance Big Show fought Henry to a no contest after the ring collapsed following a superplex from Henry, similar to his match with Brock Lesnar in 2003 add something


Big Show was drafted to Raw as a part of the 2011 WWE Draft add something


Ezekiel Jackson - On the January 12, 2011, taping of the January 14 edition of "SmackDown", Jackson joined Wade Barrett, Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater in assaulting The Big Show, appearing to form an alliance with the three


On July 17, 2011 at Money in the Bank, Henry defeated Big Show add something


On March 31, 2012, Big Show won the first ever Slime Wrestling World Championship at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice awards, defeating The Miz after throwing him into a tub of slime add something


John Laurinaitis - On the May 14, 2012 episode of Raw, Laurinaitis fired Big Show from the WWE after Show mocked Laurinaitis' voice, despite Show giving in to Laurinaitis' demands and begging to keep his job


Vince McMahon - On June 17, 2012, John Cena defeated Big Show in a steel cage match at No Way Out


John Laurinaitis - On the June 17, 2012 No Way Out Pay-Per-View, John Cena defeated the Big Show by escaping the steel cage


Montreal Screwjob - He briefly appeared during the 2013 Royal Rumble, giving a pep talk to Alberto Del Rio before his World Heavyweight Champion title bout with Big Show


Montreal Screwjob - He briefly appeared during the 2013 Royal Rumble, giving a pep talk to Alberto Del Rio before his World Heavyweight Champion title bout with Big Show


Adam Birch - As of October 2013, Mercury has become a producer for the WWE. After a long hiatus from TV, Mercury appeared on the October 7 edition of "Raw" to assist Triple H after The Big Show attacked him


During November 2013, Show started a feud with WWE Champion Orton, who was part of the Authority, but failed to win the title at Survivor Series add something


Dutch Mantel - In January of 2014, Colter started using a wheelchair after being KO punched by The Big Show


Dutch Mantel - In January 2014, Colter started using a wheelchair after being KO punched by The Big Show


Edge (wrestler) - Edge and Christian hosted the December 29, 2014 episode of "Raw", where they held the first "Cutting Edge Peep Show" interviewing Seth Rollins, who, along with Big Show, attacked them


Ric Flair - Flair predicted that Dean Ambrose would win the 2015 Royal Rumble match, and afterwards, was interrupted by The Big Show


Dwayne Johnson - The Rock appeared at the 2015 Royal Rumble event during the main event match, where he helped Roman Reigns fend off Big Show and Kane, and was booed for doing so


On February 10, 2015, Big Show once again turned face after knocking out Kane during a tag team turmoil match against Daniel Bryan and Roman Reigns at the Smackdown tapings in Dayton, Ohio add something


On the December 28 episode of "Raw", Big Show declared himself as the number 1 entrant in the 2016 Royal Rumble Match add something


Thaddeus Bullard - At the 2016 Royal Rumble, O'Neil competed in the titular match as the number 11 entrant, eliminating Goldust before being eliminated by Big Show


Big Show defeated Erick Rowan via pinfall on the February 1 taping of Monday Night Raw. On the February 16, 2016 edition of "Raw" Big Show defeated Braun Strowman via disqualification when the Wyatt Family interfered add something


Big Show will participate in the 2017 Royal Rumble match add something


On June 16, 2017, satire news site "The Onion" featured an article of Wight being killed by &WWE (WWE_Tag_Team_Championship) after a seven-year-old boy wandered into a steel cage during a live event in Indianapolis add something


It was reported the attack was used to write Big Show off TV as he required hip surgery, but in February 2018, his &WWE (WWE_Tag_Team_Championship) contract expired, and he retired from active wrestling add something


Show returned to the &WWE (WWE_Tag_Team_Championship) on April 6, 2018 to induct his long-time friend and rival Mark Henry into the WWE Hall Of Fame add something


On October 7, 2018, it was announced that Big Show would return to &WWE (WWE_Tag_Team_Championship) and have a match against Randy Orton on the October 9 episode of "SmackDown Live" add something