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Tony Khan Wants To Feature WWF Legend On AEW Shows Again

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• Tony Khan Wants To Feature WWF Legend On AEW Shows Again

Old School WWF / WCW Legend The Big Show signed with AEW last year and performs in the company under his real name: Paul Wight.

So far, Wight has competed in only 3 matches in All Elite Wrestling, with two of them being 3-on-1 Handicap Matches. He has won all of them.

His AEW debut match took place at the All Out 2021 pay-per-view, where he defeated QT Marshall.

During an interview on Robbie Fox’s “My Mom’s Basement”, AEW President Tony Khan noted that he wants to feature Paul Wight on AEW programming again, once The Giant is cleared to compete.

Below is what Khan said about Wight’s commentary work on AEW’s YouTube shows:

“Paul, seeing him up and around has been great. Paul Wight is such an awesome presence in pro wrestling and when he’s healthy, and can be on the shows again, you know, I want to feature Paul.

Unfortunately, a lot of his time in AEW has been hurt. He’s great on commentary when he’s been able to travel. I think that’s something, he has a great future quite frankly.

I think he’s worked really, really hard at it and deserves opportunities there. So I have a lot of great things to say about Paul Wight.”

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 5, 2008) – WWE No Mercy 2008

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on October 5, 2008, World Wrestling Entertainment aired ‘WWE No Mercy 2008’ LIVE on PPV from the Rose Garden in Portland, Oregon.

This pay-per-view featured the Superstars of the WWE RAW, WWE SmackDown and ECW brands.

Here are the PPV results:

ECW Championship: Matt Hardy (c) defeated Mark Henry

WWE Women’s Championship: Beth Phoenix (c) defeated Candice Michelle

Rey Mysterio defeated Kane by DQ

#1 Contender: Batista defeated John “Bradshaw” Layfield

Big Show defeated The Undertaker

WWE Championship: Triple H (c) defeated Jeff Hardy

Ladder Match – World Heavyweight Championship: Chris Jericho (c) defeated Shawn Michaels

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