The Big Show is gearing up for his in-ring return.
Big Show has truly been a staple of the sports entertainment company since he decided to join them in 1999 after getting his big break while under the WCW (World Championship Wrestling) banner.
After being with the company for nearly 20-years, the veteran has racked up some major accomplishments during his career which will no doubt earn him a spot in the sports entertainment company’s Hall of Fame. He has won the WWE Title twice, WWE's World Heavyweight Championship twice and the ECW World Championship once.
Show has also found success in the tag team division, having been an 11-time world tag team champion, holding World, WWE and WCW World Tag Team Championships multiple times with various tag team partners. Having also been Intercontinental, United States, and Hardcore Champion during his career.
Back in September during an episode of Monday Night Raw in Omaha, NE at the CenturyLink Center, Braun Strowman defeated The Big Show in a Steel Cage match in the main event. After the match, Strowman power slammed Show through the cage, which part of it broke to close the show.
The reason for this spot was to write Show off of television due to him undergoing hip surgery, which was successfully done on September 29th.
Big Show recently posted a video himself working out at the gym and noted that he was able to complete his one mile walk since the surgery. The future WWE Hall of Famer wrote the following on this tweet that he posted on his official Twitter account, 27 days out. Another recovery milestone. Thanks for the support everyone!#OneDayAtATime #SayHelloFernando.”
Big Show also spoke to WWE.com about the surgery. Here is what he had to say:
"At this stage in my career, it's about going forward and getting a better quality of life for myself, making sure that I can still function and am not in a lot of pain, and rolling forward and seeing what the next opportunity is for me. WWE will always be home for me and I'll always be around as much as I can, but I'm really proud of that match I had with Braun; I'm really proud I threw everything out there. Probably, in a good way, it's a good thing I didn't win; now I don't have to back it up. [Laughs]"
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