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Big Show Calls His Countless Heel/Babyface Turns In WWF/WWE “Super Frustrating” (Full List Of Turns)

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• Big Show Calls His Countless Heel/Babyface Turns In WWF/WWE “Super Frustrating” (Full List Of Turns)

Old School WCW/WWF Legend ‘The Big Show’ Paul Wight (fka The Giant) was interviewed by Inside The Ropes, where he expressed his frustration about his countless Heel/Babyface turns during his 1999-2021 WWF/WWE run.

Here’s what the former multiple time WWF/E World Heavyweight Champion had to say:

“Oh, I think it’s super frustrating. One of the things that turning did is made it hard for me to develop a consistent identity, you know, to sell merch.

Merchandise is a huge part of our industry and you either have to have a solid run as a really dominant heel where people want to buy your stuff because you’re the antihero and they like it, or you need to have a solid run as a babyface where they love your stuff and everybody wants to buy it.

When you’re flip-flopping, a lot of times you’re pissing people off, you’re constantly dividing your audience.”

Here’s a list of Paul Wight’s world record of 35 turns during his entire Wrestling (WCW/WWF/WWE/AEW) career:

– Started as a Heel in his 1995 WCW debut

1. Babyface – WCW 1996: Becomes babyface by default because he is the WCW Champion going against the heel nWo invaders

2. Heel – WCW 1996: Joins the nWo

3. Babyface – WCW 1996: Wants a shot at Hollywood Hogan

4. Heel – WCW 1998: The Giant nWo Hollywood

5. Babyface – WCW 1999: After the Finger Poke Of Doom

6. Heel – WWF 1999: St. Valentine’s Day Massacre debut

7. Babyface – WWF 1999: Takes out Vince McMahon at WrestleMania XV

8. Heel – WWF 1999: Unholy Alliance with The Undertaker

9. Babyface – WWF 1999: Becomes WWF World Champion at Survivor Series

10. Heel – WWF 2000: Royal Rumble 2000

11. Babyface – WWF 2000: comedy act who does parodies

12. Heel – WWF 2000: Attacks The Undertaker

13. Babyface – WWF 2001: WCW Invasion

14. Heel – WWF 2002: Joins the nWo

15. Babyface – WWE 2002: After the roster split

16. Heel – WWE 2002: Survivor Series 2002 (WWE title win)

17. Babyface – WWE 2004: Feud with Heel General Manager Kurt Angle

18. Heel – WWE 2006: ECW title win

19. Babyface – WWE 2008: No Way Out 2008 Return

20. Heel – WWE 2008: Floyd Mayweather storyline

21. Babyface – WWE 2008: Floyd Mayweather storyline again

22. Heel – WWE 2008: Turns on The Undertaker

23. Babyface – WWE 2009: Joins Team Raw at Bragging Rights

24. Heel – WWE 2009: Turns on Team Raw at Bragging Rights

25. Babyface – WWE 2010: Turns on Miz

26. Heel – WWE 2012: Turns to get his job back

27. Babyface – WWE 2013: Helps others against The Shield

28. Heel – WWE 2013: Joins The Authority

29. Babyface – WWE 2013: Turns on The Authority

30. Heel – WWE 2014: Rejoins The Authority at Survivor Series 2014

31. Babyface – WWE 2015: Helps others against The Wyatt Family

32. Heel – WWE 2018: 1000th episode of SmackDown

33. Babyface – WWE 2018: Turns on The Bar

34. Heel – WWE 2020: WrestleMania 36

35. Babyface – WWE 2020: Helps others against The Ninjas

Also Read: “Dream Match” Involving The Big Show Close To Happening In AEW?

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (November 8, 2001) – WWF SmackDown!

On this day in 2001, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF SmackDown!’.

It was broadcasted from the Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, New Jersey and featured pre-taped matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Survivor Series 2001’ PPV.

Here’s the match-card:

1. Dudley Boyz vs. The Acolytes

2. Test vs. Matt Hardy

3. The Rock vs. Booker T

4. Big Show vs. William Regal

5. Jeff Hardy & Lita vs. Lance Storm & Ivory

6. The Undertaker vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin & Kurt Angle

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