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Big Show Biography History Net Worth And More

 

Big Show Biography History Net Worth And More

About Big Show

His Real Name is Paul Donald Wight The first appearance of the Big Show was a basketball game. Danny Bonaduce and Hulk Hogan welcomed him and he loved how the crowd might function, putting Eric Bischoff, the former Vice President of World Championship Wrestling, on his concept as a professional wrestler.

Initially, he was rejected by WWE because of a lack of experience, but WCW offered him a chance to prove himself. Big Show signed the agreement when he visited Ric Flair, Paul Orndorff, and Arn Anderson live to watch the show for the first time. His debut in WCW led to WWE regret his option. Big Show was really underestimated.

During his tenure at the WCW, Big Show twice took part in the WCW World Heavyweight Championship and three times with three different partners took part in the WCW World Tag Championships. In 1999, Wight and WWE had talks again and no mistakes desired by Vince McMahon. Therefore, a 10-year deal was agreed and so the Big Show era began.

His first WWE title fight was for the Undertaker WWF Championship. In an amazing match that the arbitraries stopped after each attacked each other, the Undertaker and Big Show wrested. The Deadman must also retain his title. Not long after that, Kane and X-Pac joined forces with the Big Show. Interestingly, with the Undertaker as its partner, the Big Show twice captured the WWF Tag Title Team.

Big Show Biography History Net Worth And More

Big Show Professional Wrestling Career

After his education, Big Show kept many jobs, including bouncing and bounty hunting. He worked outside the wall. He also answered karaoke business phone calls. Big Show and Danny Bonaduce met during the time on his morning radio show during a live amateur microphone contest. Big Show got to know Hulk Hogan via Bonaduce.
 
Hulk Hogan noticed that Wight's ability was there and then spoke to Eric Bischoff about him, after seeing the crowd entertain at a promising basketball game for WCW. Big Show tried to join WWF at first but declined to join because he didn't have a degree.

Then spent Big Show $5,000 for preparation at Larry Sharpe's Monster Factory. Sharpe suffered from gout at the time, however, and Big Show finished training with Johnny Polo. On December 3, 1994, Big Show made his first in-ring appearance in a loss to WWA Heavyweight champion Frank Finnegan at the Clémenton World Wrestling Association, New Jersey. His first WWA match was also his only match for the promotion. Big Show then signed a lucrative deal with WCW in 1995.

Big Show was billed as the son of André the Giant during his early months at WCW, but that had been quickly discarded. He made his ring debut as The Giant and played his first match against the WCW World Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan in the Halloween Havoc 1995. Big Show managed to win the match and the belt for the championship was thus withdrawn and reigned for the next few days.

Big Show joined the stable in 1996 and was in stables until December after a feud for several weeks with the nWo Members. Big Show won the royal fight during World War 3 and sought to challenge Hulk Hogan for a championship match for the World Heavyweight.

He's been rejected and cast from nWo. Afterward Kevin Nash had an unforgettable feud. Big Show was dissatisfied with his outlook at WCW in 1999. He realized that he made far less money than the main rivals and let his promotion deal expire. Big Show was freed on his 27th birthday on February 8, 1999.

After signing a 10-year promotion contract, Big Show joined WWF on February 9, 1999, and later accepted the ring name 'Big Show.' He began his debut at the 1999 St. Valentine's Day Massacre in Your House, as part of Vince McMahon's stable, The Company.

In the months that followed, he feuded on him and was in alliance with The Rock, Vince McMahon, Kane, and The Undertaker. the Big show won the first WWF Championships with the defeat of The Rock and Triple H at the 1999 Survivor Series.

Big Show Biography History Net Worth And More

Big Show held the belt until 3 January 2000 when he lost Triple H. In the next few months, he started feuding with The Rock and Triple H as one of WrestleMania 2000's headliners. Big Show then began a comic gimmick in which he imitated other wrestlers. He belonged briefly to a stable called The Conspiracy.

Then Big Show was sent to the Ohio Valley Wrestling creation area of the WWF to lose weight and strengthen his cardiovascular health. Big Show returned in 2001 and played an important part in the story of The Invasion. He beat Brock Lesnar for the second time in the 2002 Survivors' Series to become the WWE champion. A month later, Kurt Angle lost his belt.

At No Mercy in 2003, Big Show won Eddie Guerrero's United States Championship. In a worked sumo match in WrestleMania 21, he was defeated by Japanese sumo legend Akebono. Big Show started to work with Kane in October 2005. First, they would form a team of tags and win the World Tag Team Championship but later they would start a rivalry that would lead to two matches without competition.

He won the ECW World Heavyweight Championship on 4 July 2006 as part of WWE's new ECW brand. However, multiple severe injuries impacted his time with the brand. To cure himself, he had to take some time off. Big Show eventually expired with his deal with WWE.

Big Show came back to WWE and met Kane in 2011, after participating in one match for Memphis Wrestling. For the first time, he captured the World Heavyweight Championship in the 2011 TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs. Big Show would recover it on the 2012 Hell in the cell after the loss of it to Daniel Bryan that very day.

He has since been a participant in several of WWE's big tales, including the Authority's plot. Big Show went to the WWE Hall of Fame on 4 April 2018 after a leave of professional wrestling in September 2017, allegedly to have an operation.

Big Show Biography History Net Worth And More

Big Show wife and Kids

Big Show had previously married Melissa Ann Piavis in 1997, but their relationship did not work well. That led them to split in 2000, and two years later they ended their divorce, he married Bess Katramados on February 11th, 2002.

Big Show has two babies from Bess Katramados and one daughter from Melissa Ann Piavis, named Cierra.

Big Show Net Worth

Big Show is a professional American wrestler and actor with a net value of 16 million dollars. Paul Donald Wight II is the real name of Big Show , and he is considered to be in the WWE. He signed with the WCW after starting his in 1994, becoming famous. He soon was named "The Giant" and promoted as André the Giant's son. Wight suffers from acromegaly, as does Andre the Giant.

Big Show Personal Life

Paul Wight underwent surgery at the beginning of the 1990s that successfully stopped further expansion of his hypophysis. In 2005, because of his size drawbacks, he chose not to rent a car or fly with an airplane. But he must spend the most time on the road for his career. So he rented a bus and a bus driver was working.

Twice, Wight was married. On Valentine's Day in 1997, he married Melissa Ann Piavis, his first wifeBig Show has a baby named Cierra. The divorce was completed two years later, on 6 February 2002, and was divorced in 2000. Just five days later, Big Show married Bess Katramados for the second time. They've got two kids together.

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