WWE legend The Big Show reveals getting emotional to ‘The Last Ride’


WWE legend The Big Show, who has recently returned to WWE shows, spoke to Sahil Khattar about a lot of topics, including The Undertaker, Randy Orton and his own life.

While The Big Show is very appreciative of Randy Orton as a wrestler, saying that he moves around in the ring like nobody else, the cheapness of Orton to attain greatness is something he despises. ” He should be beyond that, ” he believes. He is not afraid of Orton and is ready to take him on.

When asked if he is going to be Orton’s next victim, The Big Show did not blow away the possibility, instead saying that while Orton is even more dangerous with the return of Ric Flair as his mentor, he has spent too much time in the business to worry about such dangerous and is ready to shower Orton with some tough love.

About The Undertaker’s retirement, The Big Show feels that it is an example of “beautiful poetry” that Taker gets a chance to actually be the cowboy who rides off at the sunset. According to him, Taker has had the most complete of career, earning utmost respect from the fans and showing immense loyalty to WWE during Attitude Era.

The Big Show reveals getting emotional while watching each episode of The Last Ride. He used to call The Undertaker, saying ” You got me again! “, making The Deadman laugh.

While speaking on his journey, he revealed working as a driver, doorman, call received and karaoke host before making it big in wrestling. After certain sorrowful incidents in life, he thought: ” What’s gonna complete me? “, and in came wrestling as an option. If not for pro wrestling, he would very likely complete his education and be a history teacher and basketball coach at a high school.

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