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WWE's Big Show looking jacked in gym photo following hip surgery

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A guaranteed WWE Hall of Famer, The Big Show hasn't been seen on WWE TV since he was thrown through the side of a steel cage after he had a match against Braun Strowman at the start of September.

This spot was performed so that The World's Largest Athlete could take some time off and go and have hip surgery. WWE didn't have any major storylines planned for him at the time, so it was the perfect time for him to have the operation done.

Now Big Show has had his surgery, he is back in the gym and getting ready for his returned, and once again, he is looking jacked.

On the back end of last year, Big Show hit the gym hard and got himself in incredible shape by losing a ton of weight, and he received huge support from the WWE Universe for transforming himself.

The World's Largest Athlete showed that hip surgery isn't going to cause him to take a step back on the training, as he posted a picture of himself onto his Twitter account looking jacked and ready to return to the ring once he is fully fit.

What makes the photo even better was that it was taken less than three weeks after his surgery date.

Big Show's current deal with the WWE expires in February next year, and it has been rumored for some time that he plans on retiring from in-ring wrestling soon, so it will be interesting to see how WWE books him up to that point.

WWE fans will certainly be hoping that the two sides can work out some sort of deal that allows Big Show to have his last match at WrestleMania 34 next year if he does plan on retiring from the business.

After what the Big Show has done for the company over the years, whether it be helping it grow during the Attitude Era, or putting over new talent like Strowman in recent times, he certainly deserves a great send off.


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