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Big Show On Why He Decided To Leave WWE

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• Big Show On Why He Decided To Leave WWE

New AEW Superstar “The Big Show” Paul Wight recently appeared on Renee Paquette’s Oral Sessions podcast and talked about making the decision to leave WWE.

Big Show noted that creative frustration played a major role in his WWE departure.

Here’s what he said:

“This was a very quick decision that was made in a matter of 48 hours for me. For me, I think it was just creatively, frustration.

I had gone back and forth with Paul Heyman, Bruce Prichard, and Vince [McMahon]. I had some medical issues a couple of years ago where I had problems with a hip real bad, and you know how things are there, where if you get out of the loop a little.

It’s real hard for them to work you back into the loop, no matter how much talent you have, no matter how much you have to offer. It was frustrating for me.”

PWInsider reported last month that Big Show was very unhappy with his final WWE appearance, which was on the January 4th Legends Night edition of RAW.

On that episode, Randy Orton bullied Big Show in a backstage segment and it was portrayed that Big Show isn’t physically capable of doing anything anymore.

You can watch it below:

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• Old School Wrestling Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF/NWA/WCW Legend “The Red Rooster” Terry Taylor (Real name: Paul Taylor III) celebrates his 66th birthday today.

Terry holds the all time record for jumping ships back and forth between WWF and WCW, after joining the WWF/E in 1988, 1992, 1998, 2002 & 2012 … while in between he joined WCW in 1990, 1994, 1996 & 1999.

While he’s probably most famous for wrestling as The Red Rooster, he also worked as “Terrific” Terry Taylor as well as The Taylor Made Man.


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