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Big Show wants to return to the WWE ring soon as early as next Monday

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It's been a while we last saw Big Show compete inside a WWE ring due to injury, but fans would love to see him back competing again soon.

We haven't seen The World's Largest Athlete compete inside the squared circle since he faced off against Braun Strowman inside a steel cage on an episode of Monday Night Raw last September.

Big Show was written off in that match almost a year ago so that he could have hip surgery. We have seen him since, as he inducted Mark Henry into the Hall of Fame in April, but not inside the ring itself.

That could all soon be about to change, as during a recent interview with ESPN, he said that he hopes to return to the ring as early as next Monday, but only medical and creative can stop that from happening.

He said this week at a charity event at the Hackensack Meridian Health Joseph M. Sanzari Children's Hospital in Hackensack, New Jersey: “Hopefully within the next couple of weeks, I will be back in the ring.

"That’s the main goal. I’m actually going to try and get cleared Sunday, by [WWE’s] doctors; moving around the ring a little bit. I could be back as soon as the Monday Night Raw after SummerSlam, if they have something for me.

"Just because I’m healthy, doesn’t mean our creative team is healthy for me yet.”

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There's no denying that Big Show is well in the latter stages of his wrestling career and, especially after his recent hip surgery, it will be interesting to see to what extent WWE decides to use him.

It wouldn't be surprising though if WWE not to use The World's Largest Athlete this week and instead save his return until later on this year when things get a bit quieter in the company.

Big Show's role in WWE has certainly changed over recent years, as he has been used more as someone to help upcoming talent develop on the main roster.

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With that in mind, it wouldn't be surprising to see him feud against some of WWE's promising talent such as Elias, No Way Jose, Drew McIntyre, and Mojo Rawley once he is cleared to compete.

Big Show had been hoping to return to action earlier this year, as he was advertised for last April's Greatest Royal Rumble event, but he reportedly re-injured himself before the event.

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The Undertaker
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