He was one of the most destructive forces throughout the attitude era and has for years be compared to the great Andre the Giant.
The Big Show has given us some of the biggest moments in WWE history, but in recent years his role has become somewhat blurred.
The Big Show in modern times is known for his constant character turns as he regularly alternates from being a baby face character to being a heel character.
Many feel that Big Show no longer serves a purpose on the WWE roster despite him being an active member of the Authority.
At the upcoming Battleground PPV, Show will take on Ryback and the Miz in a triple threat match for the Intercontinental Championship which Ryback is heavily expected to win.
He may still be getting used in bigger matches and having some relative success, but the man himself has claimed that he doesn't even know what his role is any more.
"I’ve done so much flip floppin’ s*it that I’m still dizzy. I wake up and go, What am I a good guy or bad guy today?” - Big Show on his role in WWE
Talking on the latest edition of the Talk is Jericho podcast, the world's largest athlete has stressed the same opinion that many within the WWE Universe share.
Who knows what will happen next with the Big Show as his place on the roster now appears to be nothing more than just as a filler.
The Big Show has given a lot great moments throughout the years and is credited with one of the most powerful chokeslams in history.
Still got a place?
Big Show is set to challenge for the Intercontinental Championship at Battleground but his place in WWE has still been very influential lately.
At WrestleMania he won the Andre the Giant memorial battle royal and of course he was a part of the big Team Cena vs Team Authority match at last year's Survivor Series.
Big Show is often being beaten by younger stars in more recent times and legends like him and Kane are often used just for their veteran status.