Considering he weighs almost 500 pounds and stands at over seven feet tall, I believe few can argue that Big Show is one of the toughest and strongest superstars in WWE.
This is why, should the rumours that he is to be the next contender for Brock Lesnar after John Cena be true, he should not be written off despite the might of the Lesnar's performances of late.
Big Show, it is safe to say has had a mostly successful experience during his time in WWE. Around 15 years ago, the giant emerged as a rising star, and he has since taken on the likes of The Undertaker and Triple H, using his Knock-out Punch on a whole host of Superstars.
Show was also the first man to achieve the WWE, WCW and ECW Championships, as well as winning the Intercontinental Title at WrestleMania XXVIII, undoubtedly proving he is a force to be reckoned with within the industry.
More recently, Big Show has been seen pairing up with Mark Henry to take part in Tag Team matches but with Henry seemingly more focused on Rusev, Big Show is able once again to showcase his talents as an individual.
De Ja Vu
Should the talk of a potential match up between Big Show and Lesnar be true, it would be a reminder of the Royal Rumble pay-per-view earlier this year.
Show will surely want to put that match behind him though, as The Beast displayed a convincing win, having battered the giant Superstar several times with a steel chair.
What is unclear at present though is when exactly this match will be. Given Lesnar does not make regular appearances in WWE, let alone the pay-per-view events, it could still be two months yet until we see the two big names in WWE face each other in the ring.
Lesnar is already scheduled to appear at the Night of Champions pay-per-view event at the end of this month in a rematch against John Cena, who he comfortably beat at SummerSlam in August of this year to take the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Title.
Show therefore could be waiting until November to face Lesnar at Survivor Series, should The Beast not take part in the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view event next month.
Given Lesnar's achievements of late, though, most notably the fact he was able to do what so many other wrestlers could not in defeating The Undertaker's infamous streak, a win for Big Show is surely extremely unlikely.
That said, as ever, WWE continues to surprise its fans and the entire WWE Universe but considering way the last match up between these two superstars went, the next result is surely a foregone conclusion.