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Former WWF Champion Says He Will Retire In 2 Years

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During a recent interview with The Battleground Podcast, former WWF Champion and current AEW star “The Big Show” Paul Wight revealed that he’ll retire from in-ring competition in 2 years.

Below is what he said:

“I got a year and a half, two years left, before I hang it all up. Really, it’s about trying to help this younger talent and then moving on to that commentary role. Then, it’s about the younger talent.

Right now, I’m still froggy and want to have fun and play a little bit. I’ve had plenty of matches, have done plenty of tours, had plenty of rivalries. Right now, it’s about doing what I can in helping the product out.

There’s a time, all things come to an end, unfortunately.”

Wight could be returning to All Elite Wrestling programming soon, to team up with Chris Jericho.

On last night’s episode of AEW Dynamite, Jericho said Don Callis has a lot of friends in his family, but he also has a lot of friends and some of them are bigger than Powerhouse Hobbs and thinks he should give them a call.

Big Show last competed in a match on the March 30th 2022 episode of AEW Dark: Elevation, where he defeated Austin Green in just 2 minutes.

He has only wrestled 4 matches in the company so far, with the first one taking place on PPV, while the rest were on AEW’s YouTube shows.

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