In a rather odd move, Big Show acted very much like a baby face at a live event in Vancouver over the weekend. It makes sense for him to do that against Miz, as they are working a three way feud with Ryback. However, Show went the distance by helping Jimmy Uso to the backstage area. Generally, a heel would just leave the attacked baby face in the ring.
August 10, 2015
It appears that we are not going to be seeing photos of Sabu and Big Show drinking beers together on social media anytime soon. The two of them apparently have backstage heat. The former ECW Heavyweight Champion posted a message accusing Show of snitching him out to management. The post has since been deleted.
June 26, 2015
When Kevin Eck revealed that Justin Bieber was extremely interested in wrestling a match at Summerslam in 2014, he revealed the idea that was being thrown around backstage by the creative department. They wanted to do a six man tag team match, which would have enabled them to protect the untrained Bieber. He would have teamed with John Cena and Big Show. Their opponents would have been the very popular Wyatt Family.
May 5, 2015
Since he is a veteran performer who still has a bit of a connection with the audience and does not cause trouble backstage, Big Show generally remains on the good side of WWE when it comes time for Wrestlemania. Management usually try to find a spot for the big guy. As of right now, he is being penciled in for some sort of tag team match with Kane. It will more than likely be The Authority going up against a group of baby faces.
January 22, 2015
When word broke out that a couple of WWE performers were doing silent protests during TLC against management by working at a lackluster pace, fans immediately started wondering which wrestlers were guilty of doing that. One of the names being tossed around right now is Big Show, whose match with Erick Rowan was not rated too high by the fans. The former world heavyweight champion has enough backstage stroke to not get fired for protesting.
December 15, 2014