Paul Donald Wight, Jr. born February 8, 1972, better known by his ring name, The Big Show, is an American professional wrestler and part-time actor, currently signed to (WWE) on its RAW brand. Big Show is a five-time World Champion, and is billed as "The World's Largest Athlete". Along with wrestling, Big Show has starred in films and television series such as The Waterboy and USA's comedy-drama, Royal Pains.
Role: Brick Hughes
Release Date: May 21,2010
Movie Summary: Ex-special operative MacGruber is called back into action to take down his archenemy, Dieter Von Cunth, who's in possession of a nuclear warhead and bent on destroying Washington, D.C.
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Movie: Knuckle Heads
Role: Walter Krunk
Release Date: October 22, 2010
Movie Summary: After con artist Eddie Sullivan (Feuerstein) incurs a large debt with a local criminal ringleader, he creates a get-rich-quick scheme and enlists a sweet gentle giant named Walter (Wight) as his unwitting accomplice.
Official Site: Knuckle Heads
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As the saying goes, desperate times call for desperate measures, and it’s hard to argue that Big Show was anything other than desperate when he jumped ship to People Power and allowed John Laurinaitis to save his own job a mere six days after Big Johnny callously terminated the giant on Raw SuperShow.
Big Show’s appearance at WWE Over the Limit was meant to herald the death bell for Laurinaitis’ much-maligned movement, but the giant planted his signature WMD against the face of John Cenainstead, helping Mr. Excitement retain his job and keep People Power chugging along. And with The World’s Largest Athlete reinstated by a grateful Laurinaitis and Cena looking to settle the score, it’s only right that the two should face off one-on-one at No Way Out.
Cena and Big Show have, it should be noted, a more contentious history than the WWE Universe might remember. The giant famously chokeslammed Cena through a spotlight at Backlash 2009 , and The World’s Largest Athlete clashed with The Cenation Leader over the United States Championship at WrestleMania XX (Cena won that contest, relieving the giant of the title). Big Show had worked prior to Over the Limit at keeping the WWE Universe in his good graces, but as the giant announced on Raw SuperShow the night after Over the Limit, he seems to feel his efforts have been unreciprocated.
Show claimed that Cena and the WWE Universe were not qualified to judge him, and his decision was made for love of the business and the security of his new, “ironclad” contract. He did what he had to do, despite the steepness of the price.
The price may yet get steeper, though. With Cena’s nemesis still running the show, and with a 7-foot wrecking ball at his disposal to boot, Cena is looking to make Show answer for his actions. After all, as the other saying goes, what goes around comes around, and The World’s Largest Athlete might well find it’s time to pay the piper when he meets Cena one-on-one.
John Laurinatis was done for.
Beaten and battered by an intensely focused John Cena in a match where the megalomaniacal General Manager’s career was on the line, Mr. Laurinaitis was smashed with a steel chair, sprayed by a fire extinguisher and clobbered with the ring bell as he struggled to flee the challenge before him. The executive looked to be only a three-count away from finding himself on the unemployment line when something big happened.
Shocking the WWE fans crammed into Raleigh’s PNC Arena, the mighty Big Show stormed into the ring and aided the man who fired him on Monday night in a way the WWE Universe never expected to see.
Had The World’s Largest Athlete not changed the clear outcome of this bout, the landscape of WWE would look a lot different right now.
Instead, Big Show paved the way to victory for Laurinaitis, who had ruthlessly targeted Cena several weeks before their WWE Over the Limit showdown. At Extreme Rules, the General Manager sicked the unpredictible Brock Lesnar on the Cenation leader, and the night after that historic and tortuous brawl, the executive recruited the dangerous Lord Tensai to aid him in a vicious attack on Cena. The ambush damaged Cena’s already injured left arm and emboldened a crazed Laurinaitis.
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The Big Show & Sheamus v. Cody Rhodes & Mark Henry
Cody Rhodes shows a clip of Mayweather beating Big Show at WrestleMania
Show and Rhodes start the match. As soon as the bell rings, Henry gets the tag. Show stomps on Henry and knocks him down to the mat. Show bounces off the ropes and hits a spear. Show runs out of the ring after Cody. Rhodes walks up the ramp to avoid his opponent. Sheamus tags himself into the ring and hits a Brogue Kick on Mark Henry. This match is over!
Winners The Big Show & Sheamus
- Big Show vs. Daniel Bryan is being advertised for the February 28th WWE SmackDown tapings in Seattle, Washington.
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