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Big Show's latest actions on SmackDown Live have left WWE fans feeling utterly confused

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Big Show surprised many by re-appearing on WWE television last month in a wrestling capacity.

Having not wrestled since 2017 - September 4 in a Steel Cage match against Braun Strowman to be precise - the World's Largest Athlete was a surprise inclusion in a qualifying match for the WWE World Cup.

It was a losing effort to Randy Orton, but Show clearly proved enough to regain a more regular role on weekly programming, and we saw the direction he was going in a week later at SmackDown 1000.

Despite returning as a babyface, Big Show did what Big Show does best - he made a swift character change to become a heel.

Show Chokeslammed Kofi Kingston through a table, distracting Big E enough to allow Sheamus and Cesaro to capture the Tag Team Championships, and begin an alliance between the three men.

No explanation was ever given for their link-up, but you can assume that The Bar felt like they needed to even the odds as they were outnumbered on a weekly basis.

However Show's actions this week left the majority of the WWE fans watching utterly confused as to what is going on with his character.

Big Show made his 32rd face/heel turn on SmackDown last night after KOing Cesaro.

In a segment recorded pre-SmackDown and shown during the broadcast, Cesaro blamed Show for the group losing last week's 'Thanksgiving Feast Fight' against Kingston, Big E and Xavier Woods.

And being the angry giant that he is, Show did not take that too kindly at all - landing a swift knockout punch to the Swiss Cyborg.

And just like that, The BarShow is no more. Or The ShowBar - or BigBar.

They were together for such a little amount of time that they couldn't even establish a name for their own faction, lasting a grand total of six weeks before Show made his 32rd - yes thirty-second turn of his illustrious WWE career.

And by the looks of things, the WWE faithful were really confused about how brief and pointless the whole stable actually was.

If our calculations are correct, we anticipate and look forward to the next Big Show turn, which is possibly scheduled for sometime in December.

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