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American professional wrestler and actor currently signed to WWE, where he performs on the SmackDown brand under the ring name Big Show. Wikipedia
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Sentences forBig Show
- Their feud ended on the February 15 Raw Is War, when The Rock won his third WWF Championship in a Ladder Match after Big Show interfered on his behalf.
- Other examples include John Cena throwing his shirts and caps in the crowd before entering a match and Big Show giving his hat to a fan when he was a face.
- As part of the show, O'Neal got into a physical altercation with seven-foot tall wrestler Big Show.
- The Rock later saved Cena from an assault by Big Show, only to be laid out by CM Punk.
- During the match, Big Show — a future member of the Corporation — interrupted, making his WWF debut.
- In early 2004, Cena participated in the Royal Rumble match at the Royal Rumble, making it to the final six before being eliminated by Big Show.
- Cena received his rematch for the title at WrestleMania XXV in a triple threat match also involving Big Show, which Cena won.
- Two weeks later, McMahon and The Rock defeated Shane McMahon and The Big Show in a tag team match with help from special guest referee Mankind.
- The Undertaker then began a storyline where he teamed with Big Show in a tag team known as "The Unholy Alliance", which held the WWF World Tag Team Championship twice.
- Big Show stated he felt the most stable to be lifted by Cena, despite Cena being over 200 lbs lighter and almost a foot shorter, a testament to Cena's functional strength.
- Hogan's fifteen-month title reign (which is the longest WCW World Heavyweight Championship reign in the title history at 469 days) ended when he dropped the title to The Giant at Halloween Havoc via disqualification.
- Lawler was replaced with Paul Wight.
- The next night, Mr. McMahon booked a ladder match for the championship, which The Rock won with help from The Big Show.
- The following week on Raw, Punk would confront Lawler about what he said before being interrupted by Big Show.
- At Unforgiven, D-Generation X then defeated the McMahons and ECW World Champion Big Show in a 3-on-2 handicap Hell in a Cell match.
- At Unforgiven, as The Undertaker approached the ring to "take Guerrero's soul" and take her in a casket, Big Show, who appeared at first to aid The Undertaker, betrayed and assaulted him.
- The clock finally ran out on the August 9 episode of Raw Is War in Chicago, Illinois while The Rock was in the ring cutting a promo on the Big Show.
- During the match, Paul Wight made his debut, breaking through from under the ring and attacking Austin.
- The Rock's team included Jericho, Kane, The Undertaker and Big Show.
- He dropped the WWF Championship to Mr. McMahon on the September 16, 1999 episode of SmackDown! before regaining it at Unforgiven in a Six-Pack Challenge that included Davey Boy Smith, Big Show, Kane, The Rock and Mankind.
- Cena, the World Heavyweight Champion King Booker, and the ECW World Champion Big Show engaged in a mini-feud leading to a triple threat match at Cyber Sunday, with the viewers voting on which of the three championships would be placed on the line.
- On the April 21 episode of SmackDown!, Angle and John Bradshaw Layfield interfered in a tournament match between Booker and Big Show, rendering it a no-contest and thus creating a fatal four-way match against the remaining tournament entrants the next week, which Layfield won.
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