Big Show reveals the toughest guys in wrestling



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Big Show reveals the toughest guys in wrestling

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 only wrestler to have held all four titles.

In addition to these titles, he has also won the Intercontinental Championship once, the United States Championship once and the Hardcore Championship three times. Wight is also an eleven-time duo 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 13th Grand Slam Champion in WWE history, and the third fighter (after Kurt Angle and Edge) to hold every male title currently active in WWE. In an interview with Pardon My Take, Big Show discussed who he thinks are the toughest guys in wrestling.

Big Show on the toughest guys in wrestling

“There’s three guys that come to mind. One is Undertaker. Two is Kane. Another one is John Cena. I’ve seen John Cena wrestle with a torn cornea. I’ve seen him, he had neck surgery in Pittsburgh at 11AM.

At 5PM he came by the arena to say hi to everybody and wish us a good night on RAW. It’s another level that guys like that set the bar to. I’ve seen Kane have a completely blowed SI joint in a match to numbness in his leg, extreme pain, and I’ve seen Kane pull it together to finish the match.

The Undertaker, we all know. I’ve seen Undertaker just do, it’s ridiculous how that guy goes through pain. I’ve seen him wrestle with a 103 degree fever and get an IV bag as soon as he got back through the curtain where the guy had some kind of stomach flu and running a fever but still put the match on" - Big Show said.

“That kind of internal gut is inspiring, believe me. Those of us that get it, you don’t talk about your pain, you don’t whine about it, because it doesn’t matter. You go out there and you get the job done.

If you’re on the card and the fans pay to see you, then you show up. If you’re breathing you can get it done, you can find a way" - he added.