The Big Show On His Longevity & Fans Taking Him For Granted


The Big Show was recently interviewed by Digital Spy, promoting his role in the WWE Studios film Vendetta. During the interview, Show was asked about his longevity and if the WWE fans take him for granted. Here is what he had to say…

“I think so – I think the uniqueness and the special things that I bring to WWE is sometimes a little bit downplayed because you see me every week. I think that’s one of the things that will happen to me eventually. I’m going to start not being on our programming as much, not being on TV every week. Hopefully when I do get a chance to come back, I’ll be able to have a little bit more impact and a little bit more fun. That’s part of what I should have been doing my whole career anyway. I think quite frankly I have been on TV too much, but part of it is necessity and part of it’s ability. I’m able to work, I am able to get other talent over. I am able to carry storylines. When you’re good at what you do you’re going to work. That’s a good thing. But from the standpoint of being an attraction, sometimes too much isn’t good. So it’s a difficult fine line. I’ve had a great career with it and been very happy, I’m not complaining, but I think as I’m getting older – I’m 43 now – I don’t wanna be on the road five days a week anymore. I really don’t. It’s one of those kind of things. I have time left on my contract here and I’ll work that out, and when that contract ends I’ll always be a part of WWE as long as they want me, but I think I’ll go into more of a limited role. Who knows? Maybe even go into commentating or something like that. Maybe I could do pay-per-view commentating or something – special event commentating. I’ve only got three moves! I’ve only had three moves for 20 years so I don’t think I can do much more.”

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