Big Show explains why he hates delivering chops to Triple H

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Big Show explains why he hates delivering chops to Triple H

Big Show is an eleven-time couple champion, having won the World Tag Team Championship five times (twice with The Undertaker and once each with Kane, Chris Jericho and The Miz), the WWE Tag Team Championship three times (once each with Chris Jericho, The Miz and Kane) and the WCW World Tag Team Championship three times (once each with Lex Luger, Sting and Scott Hall).

He is the 24th WWE Triple Crown Champion, the thirteenth Grand Slam Champion in WWE history and the third wrestler (after Kurt Angle and Edge) to have held every male title currently active in WWE. Between WWE and WCW, Wight held 23 titles in total.

He was also the winner of WCW's annual World War 3 60-man Battle Royal in 1996 and has fought in the main event in many pay-per-views for WCW and WWF/E since the mid-1990s, including the 2000 edition of WWE's main annual event, WrestleMania.

On the latest episode of The New Day’s Feel the Power, the Big Show discussed why he hates delivering chops to Triple H.

Big Show on Triple H

“You know who’s the worst to chop? The absolute worst to where I don’t chop him? Triple H.

Because he’s got such an upper chest, when he’s in the corner and he does that [flexes], his upper chest is so hard and it peaks, it’s like slapping two bowling balls. I don’t know how else to explain it.

Like it’s just — it makes noise, but your hand…chopping Hunter is like, it hurts me more. Like, the bones in my wrist will hurt. Hunter was over there, just, ‘Give me a chop.’ I’m like, ‘No, it hurts me.’ And he starts laughing, [saying] ‘What do you mean, it hurts you?’ Like the whole time, we’re going around the ring and he’s laughing at me like I’m a big wuss because I don’t want to chop him.

‘Well yeah, it hurts my wrist. I just don’t like chopping you.’ And you know how Hunter is. Once Hunter learns something like that, he’ll just, you know. He’ll ride you every night, the entire tour, and won’t let it go, so it’s fun" - Big Show explained.

Outside of professional wrestling, Show has appeared in feature films and television series such as Jingle All the Way, The Waterboy, Star Trek: Enterprise, and two USA Network's comedy-dramas Royal Pains, Psych and the action-drama Burn Notice. In 2010, he had his first lead role, in the comedy film Knucklehead, which was produced by WWE Studios.