The Big Show is in the twilight of his WWE career now and probably has been for some time.
At 44-years-old, Big Show has been one of the greatest big men the business has ever seen and will rub shoulders with Andre the Giant when he does officially retire.
However, before he rides off into the sunset and enjoys retirement, Show has some ambitions he wants to fulfill.
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As a seven-time world champion and eleven-time tag-team champion, Paul White has done just about everything there is to do in the industry and now enjoys overseeing the next wave of WWE superstars.
One of the recent call-ups from NXT has especially impressed him, but injury will prevent the pair from locking horns anytime soon.
“We have try-outs at almost every TV taping and it can be hard for guys to shine in an empty arena with a bunch of Superstars standing around watching, but you can tell in 20 seconds whether some guys have ‘it’ – whether they move their feet right, are willing to learn and can be a WWE Superstar," Show told Sky Sports this past week. "Finn, who was by no means a rookie having fought in different dojos all over the world, had that charisma and charm that you wanted to see more of – I would have loved the chance to work with him as we could have torn the house down.
"With his attitude and skill he will overcome this injury and come back strong. It was pretty badass of him to separate his shoulder [in his match against Seth Rollins at SummerSlam] put it back in and continue to wrestle. That deserves a lot of respect.”
Well, the Big Show isn't moving like he was 15 years ago, that's for sure. And even then, he wasn't exactly putting together a catalogue of exciting matches.
Balor is one of the fastest workers in the business today and Show would have to implement some top-notch psychology just for the match to work.
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