It is not uncommon these days for the biggest of WWE legends to become part-time superstars before their days in the ring are well and truly over.
It often results in a lot of speculation when the fans theorise a surprise appearance by the often absent star.
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The Rock, The Undertaker and Chris Jericho top the list of some of the biggest part-time stars within the WWE.
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Becoming a part-time star symbolises one of two things, that the superstar is coming to the end of their in-ring career or they are looking to focus on other things.
People may not want to admit it but it seems like it may be the first option for the Undertaker despite the fact he is set to take on Brock Lesnar this Sunday at Summer Slam.
Well it now appears that another superstar is starting to look at taking it easier and the Big Show could now be set to take a lesser role in the company.
In an interview with Digital Spy, the big man spoke about his role in the company and his outlook on his career.
"I have time left on my contract here and I’ll work that out, and when that contract ends I’ll always be a part of WWE as long as they want me, but I think I’ll go into more of a limited role." - Big Show on his future
It has become a recent trend with the fans chanting "please retire" towards the World's largest athlete and it seems like he may now be considering it.
The Big Show will be in action on Sunday however as he takes part in the Intercontinental match with Ryback and the Miz - and possibly Bo Dallas.
It has certainly been a decorated career for the Big Show after he was considered one of the marquee names to make the move from WCW to WWE in the Monday night wars.
He has since headlined WrestleManias - most notably in 2008 where he faced Floyd Mayweather and has been involved in some of the most memorable moments of the last 15 years.
However as his new movie gets set for its premiere, Big Show appears to be looking for his next big challenge.