Big Show discusses wanting to help younger talent

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Big Show discusses wanting to help younger talent

Big Show is a seven-time world champion, having won the WCW World Heavyweight Championship twice, the WWF/E Championship twice, the ECW World Championship once and the World Heavyweight Championship twice, making him the first and the only wrestler to have held all these four titles.

In addition to these titles, he also won the Intercontinental Championship once, the United States Championship once and the Hardcore Championship three times. Show has also found success in the tag team division, having been an 11-time world tag team champion, holding the WWF/World, WWE and WCW World Tag Team Championships multiple times with various tag team partners.

Having also won the Intercontinental, United States and Hardcore championships, he is the 24th Triple Crown and 12th Grand Slam winner in WWE history, he has also won 60-man battle royal at World War 3 and the 30-man André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 31.

Wight has headlined multiple pay-per-view events for WCW and WWF/WWE since 1995, including the 2000 edition of WWE's premier annual event, WrestleMania. In an interview with The Wrap, the Big Show discussed wanting to help younger talent.

Big Show on helping younger talent

“So long as I’m able to contribute and have fun, I’m in. But at the same time, it depends on the storylines and the creativity. If there’s an opportunity that makes sense, absolutely, I’m here to help out.

If I could help get some of the younger talent on their way in the execution of my duties, I’m happy to do it" - Big Show explained. “If you saw me every week on TV as a bodyguard it would water down the experience.

Part of me and now what I’m doing is– I’m more of an attraction now, so seeing me here and there. If Big Foot cuts through your backyard once in a while, that’s me" - he added. Outside of professional wrestling, Wight 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. On the January 6, 2020 episode of Raw, Big Show returned from injury over a year later, teaming with Kevin Owens and Samoa Joe to defeat Seth Rollins and AOP via disqualification, thus turning face in the process.

In a match filmed during WrestleMania 36, which aired on the April 6 episode of Raw, Show reverted back to a heel after insulting and challenging newly-crowned WWE Champion Drew McIntyre for his title, Show was subsequently defeated.

On the June 15 episode of Raw, Show turned face again by helping The Street Profits and The Viking Raiders fend off the group of ninjas led by Akira Tozawa.